Maybe you can try this one https://www.amazon.com/Nansure-Spla...Tesla+model+y+mud+flaps&qid=1611761394&sr=8-4So I've had my MY for two weeks now and am noticing a lot of road dirt, spray behind my wheels (20" induction).mmWhat mud flap options exist? I've seen a few model 3 versions - but most are saying they don't fit the model Y.
What are others trying or waiting on to install?
re: the OEM flaps from Tesla -- does anyone else fear the car will look weird/unbalanced having the flaps only for the front? I think I would look at a vehicle with front flaps only and wonder what happened to the rears.
Someone posted that a lot of the spray in front of the rear wheels actually come from the rear wheels. I purchased the Tesla OEM PPF for that area, so along with the front flaps I hope this will cover a lot of the car.Tesla doesn’t sell the rear flap for the model 3 either. This is just for paint protection I think. Since the strike zone is in front of the rear wheel. I don’t think paint damage has been an issue behind the rear wheels which is why they don’t sell rear flaps. I think RA sells them if people want flaps to truly keep the whole car cleaner from mud/dirt. For now the front flaps do the trick against paint chips.
Sorry, IMO not about aesthetics here, front pair will do for now; maybe the rear pair will follow.
I do know my Model Y needs all the help it can get to stay clean and protect body.
Install took me less than 5 minutes. Just have to clean and pop out the existing pins.