## Limited Quantity of Model 3 Gen 1 jack adapters available at a clearance price ##
These adapters are a must-have for any Tesla owner. The jack lift-points on a Tesla are not the same as any other car, and lifting the car incorrectly risks damage to the battery tray or side skirts.
The second-gen Model 3 Jackpad tool incorporates a retractable, self-adjusting magnet which attaches the tool to the chassis. The captive magnet extends 5mm above the top of the post when inserted into the jack point. It makes an audible click indicating that the tool is properly inserted. The Model 3 vehicle jack points are an aluminum stamping and are not nearly as precise as the Model S or Model X injection molded jack points. The retractable magnet design compensates for small variations in the depth and shape of the jack point location hole and precludes the magnet from ever supporting the weight of the car. The Silicone O-ring stabilizes the tool in the jack point socket and helps to maintain the magnet-to-chassis contact patch.
This jack pad tool is 18mm thick (almost 3/4"), a full 10mm (2/5") shorter than first generation Model 3 jack pad. The low profile design accommodates taller floor jack saddles and higher 2-post lift arms, especially on the lower Performance chassis. The Safety Yellow Silicone band replaces the "grip" groove on the original tools and is a visible reminder that the jack pad tools are in place.
Proudly made in the USA,this tool takes the guesswork out of positioning a floor jack beneath the vehicle jack points. The post on the tool precisely locates the tool in the center of the jack point on the car. The tool provides a comfortable amount of clearance between the undercarriage and the rim of a floor jack saddle or the pad on the arm of a 2-post lift. Unlike some competing tools with an abrasive top surface, the Reverse Logic tool features an LDPE washer that prevents damage to the painted surface of the Model 3 jack points. The simple round design guarantees that the tool will be inserted into the jack point correctly, whereas, rectangular shaped tools can be inadvertently inserted with the incorrect orientation. This is the best jack adapter tool you can buy for your Model 3.
The Model S and X adapters retain the first-generation design (since the chassis stamping is more precise) and feature a rubber pad to protect any paint around the jacking point, and a rubber o-ring (the orange o-ring) to allow you to pre-install the adapter in the jacking point before lifting the jack to it - this makes aligning the pad very easy.
Simply insert the jack pad adapter in the lift point on your Tesla. If you're not sure where to look, find the round receptacle along the edge of the car, just inside each of the wheels. Once the jack pad is inserted, slowly lift the jack until it engages with the pad, then continue to lift the car. Once you've completed your work, slowly lower the car, remove the jack, and then remove the jack adapter.