Are the ones from MPP more reliable than the OEM version? Seems the OEM versions are a weak point.
The invoice state some alignment check but I know nothing about mechanic so not sure what it would look like... I do know the squeaking sounds are gone so at least I'm happy about that.
When I got mine done at a service center they showed an alignment check but no alignment done.I would take it for a professional alignment just to be safe. Really Tesla shouldn't do suspension work with mobile service because you always should get a proper alignment after any suspension work, and the alignment should be included if it's warranty work. Otherwise you could prematurely wear out your tires and also possible reduce your range if they are out of alignment.