Mud Flaps Splash Guards
The open road can take its toll on your vehicle's exterior. Debris and mud from the road can coat the exterior of your Tesla Model Y and can encourage corrosion. Small and large stones can be hurled from the tread of the tires against the paintwork and cause small chips. In no time, these will develop into larger areas of corrosion. This both reduces the value of your vehicle and detracts from its appearance. With noguard mud, your Model Y& Model 3 paintwork is very vulnerable.
This 4pcs mud guards perfectly solve this issue. They protect the lower portions of your Model Y from snow, salt, sand, rocks and other debris your wheels throw around.
Installation position: all wheels (front and rear)
Type: Wheel Cover Mudguard
Model: Model Y matte black Model 3 matte black
High quality material, good flexibility
Punch-free installation, simple installation with built-in buckle.
The original car hole position is non-destructive installation, and the special turnbuckle is durable and firm.
Paint Protection Film
1. First up on this list of Tesla Model Y issues and how to address them is paint protection film (PPF).
This plastic film acts as a protective barrier around your car. It helps reduce rock chips and scratches and even protects your ride from the sun. Many Tesla owners protect their vehicles with PPF. Cost and coverage range as you can apply partial applications for high impact areas (clear bra, fenders, bumpers, etc.) or a complete trunk-to-trunk installation.
2. Why do I need mud flaps on the Model 3 and Model Y?
Next on this list of accessories to address the problems and design flaws of the Model Y are the inconspicuous mud flaps.
It is well known that the paint quality on the Model Y and Model 3 is questionable, so installing a mud flap is a must. Little consideration was given to keeping road debris away from the car's trunk; otherwise, the paint would not wear properly. Either way, within a few weeks of ownership, you may start to notice wear and debris in the rocker area. After passing through some slush, the wheels raise a lot of debris, which all bounces off the lower half of the Model Y. Your new Model Y will soon be looking pretty rough.
Thankfully, TeslaGX which has created a perfect fit for models like the Model Y. With these mud flaps, debris can be kept away from the vehicle. This dramatically reduces the amount of debris.
So the best way to protect your Model Y bodypaint is to install mud flaps.
Q1:Do I need to drill holes in the wheel liner to install?
A1:It can be installed without drilling holes. Use tools to remove the screws from the original car holes and align the mudguard with the original car holes to install.
Q2:Why is it so difficult for the screw to enter the hole when I install it?
A2:This is because the screw installation steps are wrong. The nut should be put into the hole first, then the mud flaps should be installed, and finally the screw should be put into the nut to fix it.