Upgraded my skid plates from the cheap and flimsy OEM fiber board type to these sleek and well designed aluminum ones.
After 3+ years I found a chunk missing out of my rear skid plate and rather than spend the $250 Tesla wants for a single OEM replacement which would easily be damaged again (especially for those of us lowered cars) I went with an aftermarket upgrade.
I got this front and rear set for $335 shipped on eBay. Same ones Electrified Garage and RPM Tesla is selling for $500+. You can get them for even less shipped directly from China, but I opted for a stateside seller and they arrived in perfect condition in individual boxes.
Perfect fit reusing the OEM hardware, sturdy and sleek! Highly recommend
For sure... If you have to replace one, this is definitely the way to go vs. OEM. Amazon is another option just under $400....screenshot attached.
Many local NJ/NY owners have had theirs ripped off due to driving through high water as the OEM fiber board just can't take that kinda drag on them.
Mine must have got snagged on something though as I was just missing about a 10"x10" square in the rear plate and couldn't justify spending anything near Tesla pricing for basically cardboard. The added dangers of being lower than factory ride height.