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T7 expected replacement parts list


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I'm interested in hearing what's missing from the below start to parts that are expected to be replaced on a T7.

In other words wear and tear parts.


brake pads

chain and sprocket

wheel bearings

steering head bearings

oil and filter

spark plugs

clutch plates

clutch cable



Brake fluid


Fork seals


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Coolant ( change every 3 years)  Air filter change @12,000 miles ( if using paper element).

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I’ve changed suspension linkage bearings more than I’ve ever had to change wheel or steering head bearings. Especially the lower shock bearing. 


Why the list? 



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Another choice is to find a nearby body shop, or a repairman - any business that deals with vehicles - and request that they request parts for you from Tesla.


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On 11/4/2023 at 10:32 AM, JJS209 said:

fork oil


Surely you'll need something eventually


(One for the English accented lol)

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The bike needs to be changed every two or three years, so that we poor people have something we can afford to drive.

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