FS: Model 3 lifting/jack pad

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No_petro

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#1
To raise your Model 3 safely without damaging the expensive battery pack, the vehicle's lift points must be used. The lift points are identified with a circular hole at the outer edge of the battery pack close to each wheels. The knob on the lifting pad will fit into the circular hole and provide a solid lifting point.

The lifting pads will come in handy during wheel&tire rotations, brake inspections, annual state inspection, or any work that requires your Model 3 to be lifted into the air.

(Hockey pucks are used for the pads.)
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Version 2:
A set of 2 pads: $18.00.
A set of 4 pads: $30.00.
(Shipping included to 48 contiguous US states, plus storage bag.)

In stock and ready to ship!

To order the pads please start a conversation with me, or reply to this thread, or I can be reach at dtlee1@hotmail.com
 
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PNWmisty

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#4
To raise your Model 3 safely without damaging the expensive battery pack, the vehicle's lift points must be used. The lift points are identified with a circular hole at the outer edge of the battery pack close to each wheels. The knob on the lifting pad will fit into the circular hole and provide a solid lifting point.

The lifting pads will come in handy during wheel&tire rotations, brake inspections, annual state inspection, or any work that requires your Model 3 to be lifted into the air.

(Hockey pucks are used for the pads.)
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Version 2:
A set of 2 pads: $25.00.
A set of 4 pads: $40.00.
(Shipping included to 48 contiguous US states.)

Version 1: limited quantities (due to the manufacturing size of the outer diameter of the locating knobs, a spacer may be required to be added to the knob for a snug fit to the locating hole. The spacer and instructions are included with the pads.)
A set of 2 pads: $22.00.
A set of 4 pads: $35.00.
(Shipping included to 48 contiguous US states.)
Just received the first set of 4 of Version 2 and posted a quick review here:

https://teslaownersonline.com/threads/review-of-ver-2-no-petro-jack-pads.9412/

Thanks for the fast shipping!
 

No_petro

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#5
The Version 2 pads are back in stock and ready for shipment.
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Mosess

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To raise your Model 3 safely without damaging the expensive battery pack, the vehicle's lift points must be used. The lift points are identified with a circular hole at the outer edge of the battery pack close to each wheels. The knob on the lifting pad will fit into the circular hole and provide a solid lifting point.

The lifting pads will come in handy during wheel&tire rotations, brake inspections, annual state inspection, or any work that requires your Model 3 to be lifted into the air.

(Hockey pucks are used for the pads.)
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Version 2:
A set of 2 pads: $25.00.
A set of 4 pads: $40.00.
(Shipping included to 48 contiguous US states.)

Version 1: limited quantities (due to the manufacturing size of the outer diameter of the locating knobs, a spacer may be required to be added to the knob for a snug fit to the locating hole. The spacer and instructions are included with the pads.)
A set of 2 pads: $22.00.
A set of 4 pads: $35.00.
(Shipping included to 48 contiguous US states.)
Where can I buy this set of 4 version 2 jack pads?
 

Vistan

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#17
I can vouch for No_petro's jackpads. High quality components, excellent assembly, fits the Model 3 jack hole perfectly (have to unscrew them slightly to remove), etc. They come in a zippered black mesh bag that is great for storage in the trunk or frunk. Easy to buy with PayPal, tax and shipping included. Quick shipping in a USPS cardboard box.

I toyed with building my own, but at best, I might have been able to put a set together for about half of No-petros price, NOT including the cost and time of running down all the parts...If you already have hockey pucks laying around, then DIY might be worthwhile.

Vistan
 
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mrb

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#18
I’m interested in a set of 4 version 2s. Let me know if you still have some available.