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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.

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    bump for a great product. I love the new version that comes with the magnet too. I used it to change my flat tire
     
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    agree with Mattack4000. Tesla should have these available for service centers and road service, in addition to the car owners
     
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    I fully agree, would be fun to scale business to that level. could only imagine as I sold little over 5k units last year and about 9k total since starting this side business about two years ago.

    Greatly appreciate the kind words, I work hard at everything I do and its nice to hear appreciation of that work.
     
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    #112 Murphy’s Law, Jun 28, 2019
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    Is there a cheaper way to get these in Canada?
     
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    I only ship thru ebays international shipping service which applies your countries import taxes at purchase, makes the process easier and less chance of lost packages.
     
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    Alright, thanks. Purchased via ebay!
     
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    Thanks for making these. I like these better than the round ones. Gives more room to distribute weight more. Also have you though of using a tire like dense rubber on the pads? Figure if they are strong enough to hold a 5000 lb car up without deforming to much, it would work on a jack pad as well. =)

    I do not see the 'free shipping" with 2 or more items on the ebay page. it actually says that shipping is $3 per item more. How do we take advantage of that free shipping?
     
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    Tire like dense rubber = costly and well oddly enough there's a lot of folks that squeak when they walk. My cost point is already at the edge of not making enough profit to continue producing them. I manufacture them myself besides the cutting of the rubber bottoms I have done at a local show.
    The free shipping was part of the july 4th sale.
     
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    Thanks. I like saving where I can. =) To bad there is no way to economically use old tires, because there are literally billions of them.
     
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    Here in the states there is a few companies that use recycled tires for landscaping pellets. I agree on recycling, we recycle everything possible.
     
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    I did order a set of 4 off ebay. Need to find a nice little carrying case to put them in.
     
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