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Vendor Tesla Model X tire service jack pad adapter

Discussion in 'Model X' started by Murphy’s Law, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. Murphy’s Law

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    If you buy them at the same time then yes Ebay discount the cost.
     
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    Yes, when you add them to cart on eBay the discount will show.
     
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    I would buy a set if you shipped to new zealand?
     
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    I do believe NZ is in the shipping list, check and let me know if not.
     
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    Short video


    Having another giveaway next month
    Follow my YouTube page for information
     
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    Ok this months giveaway
    *purchase required*
    will be 2 jack pad adapters, there will be 2 winners each receiving 2 jack pads of their choice.


    Requirements are that you have purchased a product from us and that you snap a picture of the receipt and send it to me thru a message here Tesla tire service jack pad adapters


    Also you must follow us on eBay for sales and new products here murphyslawjackpads on eBay

    Or follow us on twitter here @Murphyslawjack1


    You can not win more than one giveaway per year so last months winner is not eligible.


    Each jack pad or service kit counts as one entry which I will place one ticket into the drawing box. I will send you a pic of the ticket/s when you have meet the guidelines listed above.

    Drawing will be on November 1st


    Good luck and thank you for being a valued customer. Thank you for supporting small business


    James Williford
     
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    How would I go about using a jack like this? http://a.co/d/3NOFvOF

    The ebay ad says I can't do it? Can anyone explain why?
     
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    The diameter of the jack saddle is too small, the weight is not distributed enough. I designed the jack pads to be used with the larger diameter jack saddles. Also those jacks have too small of a foot print to again distribute the weight on the ground and can tip over too easily.

    It’s like riding a bike on a tire half the width it should. Using a jack like that will break the adapter and put your vehicle at risk. Personally those jacks are dangerous especially with a heavy vehicle like a Tesla.
     
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    I’m personally looking at getting this one: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B073WB6K7D/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_U57SBb3F288M5
     
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    • Saddle diameter: 11.7 cm (4.6 in.)
    Is that a better saddle? This other jack I found is 6,000 lbs
     
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    Remember you are only lifting one corner so tonnage isn’t the main factor although important, you want a jack with a wide stance to evenly distribute the weight and a large enough saddle to evenly distribute the weight there as well.
    I designed the pads to work with the best jack style for the job, not the smallest floor jack. Safety was my first concern.
     
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    No
    That’s a jack stand/jack and the liftnpoint needs to be round.
    My pads weee designed to be used with low profile floor jacks with a wide saddle to distribute the weight.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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