Not much you can do about staggered setups, but because they are staggered, the front and rear tires don't have the same properties, so the tread depth difference isn't as important, although it's still bad practice to have almost bald rears and new fronts.And what about staggered setups?
I would think a lift would be fine as long as it is either made for the Tesla lift points or one uses jack pads to avoid battery pack damage.
I would use air tools to remove lug nuts but not to install them. For installation I’d use a torque wrench. Does anyone know any reason not to use air tools to remove lug nuts?
Rotation is good, but I like to use America's Tire/Discount Tire as they spin balance the tires & wheels too (and all for free). I was just into my local AT hop with my P3D+ at 3,500 miles/6 months (yes, short distance). I have almost perfectly even wear (just a tad bit more inner wear on the rears) and have not noticed any vibration. Balance was a bit out on 3 of 4. All good.
What about installing on a Tesla do you think is different from having them rotated?Do you plan to use them for new tires when due? I’m concerned about using anyone but Tesla for tire install