Roof Racks for Tesla Model 3
The Model 3 Roof Racks are meant to carry bicycles, ski boxes, canoes or any type of bulky items. Of course, you need the right carrier for your item to transport safely. Like a bicycle carrier for transporting bicycles for example.
The Model 3 Roof Racks use T-slots to attach carriers and can carry weight up to 65kg. This allows for highly aero dynamic efficiency. The rack tracks require a 20x20mm T-slot from the carrier.
Currently, all of our Roof Racks are equipped with locks to enhance security. These locks significantly increase the difficulty of removing and stealing the roof racks from your vehicle. The locking mechanism operates using a key (spare key provided), and a mechanism that secures the screw nut in place when locked. This provides an added layer of protection and ensures the roof racks remain securely attached to your car.
Storage Bag for Roof Racks Bag free of charge
The robust Roof Racks Bag from Teslavie is especially developed for the roof racks that for the Tesla model 3 and model Y. Not only does the bag protect your roof racks from being damaged, it also keeps all the parts together and makes it easier to store. The two roof racks fit in the two large compartments and the smaller items, like the clips, silicon pads, nuts and the spanner, in a spacious zippered pocket, This pocket is inside the bag.
The free bag is a € 49,95 save!
For more information about bag check here.
A bit about wind noise
This is the short answer: Tesla cars hardly makes any noise, so wind noise from roof racks are just more apparent!
Tesla cards have no noisy internal combustion engine and low wind noise due to the high aerodynamic design. The main noise comes from the tires.
The Teslavie Roof Racks are, just as the Tesla cars, are highly aerodynamic and hence produce less wind drag and noise than other roof rack models.
Note: the installation in the video is done on a Model Y, but the steps are exactly the same as on the Model 3. See the steps written out below the video.
- Thoroughly clean the vehicle’s roof around the location of the glass. Especially around the Roof Rack entry markings | V |.
- Apply one protective film to the front driver side of the vehicle and aligning the edge of the tape with the edge of the trim line. Repeat for the other three corners of the car.
- Keeping the clip tool in place and carefully insert a clip at the arrow location.
- Make sure the clip is engaged in the metal receiver under the glass. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the other corners of the car.
- Place the front driver side pad over the clip on the front driver side. Use the icon on the silicon pads to identify and install the correct pad in the proper location. Repeat this for the other corners of the car.
- Make sure all four clips are engaged, properly aligned and in the upright position. Then, carefully place the front and rear crossbars over the pads.
- Install the nuts and hand tighten onto each of the towers.
- Tighten the nuts with the spanner carefully. DO NOT overpressure the nuts! Stuck is stuck and when stuck it should be left as is.
- Test that the front and rear crossbars are securely installed by pulling vigorously in all directions.
- Place the covers. Start with the bottom edge, then press the top into place.