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Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by Trevor B, Aug 7, 2018.
Any comments re: this kit from Tesla?
There are cheaper options: option 1 option 2
All will work ..I use a husky inflator from Home Depot as u can set pressure limit and it will automatically inflate to that ...I don’t care for fix a flats ..that’s what AAA or Tesla roadside towing is for
I've had the Tesla kit in my Model S since 2014. It's fine, but nothing special. In fact, the hose on the sealant disintegrated and I had to replace it. Fortunately Tesla warrantied it. For the Model 3 I picked up a Slime kit similar to the one you linked, but at the local auto parts store. I also carry a plug kit so that the sealant is a last resort.
If your going to get the Slime kit, I would suggest getting the kit that can push the slime into the tire when pumping up the tire at the same time. This kit was on sale on Prime Day for about $30.