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That’s ok, I created a business process patent on suing someone for copyright infringement.

I’ll let you sue (other) people for copyright infringement if you let me keep using the English language.

Also… I copyrighted the following arrangement of movements 🖕🖕
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My spouse has suggested doing that. Her name is already on a patent or so.

-Crissa
Which is why Crissa’s spouse is buying CT’s for LA county reservation holders. (Full circle joke, had to be there. Crissa says NO. Boo hiss)
 

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Jeff, as someone who has just started reading this thread, your comments are being quoted, but I can't find your original comments. Did you delete them? It makes it very hard to follow the context of what is being said.
BTW, your comments come off as very biased. Calling everyone Idiotic libtards, and saying the forum is toxic, is very unprofessional. As with any open forum on the internet there are always going to be different points of view, and each member of that forum will have good days and bad. Sometimes you just chalk things up to experience. Also, I'm sure there are lots of people who don't feel the need to comment on here, and that's fine. You're free to come and go as you please. Farewell, till we meet again sometime.
the very use of the word 'libtard ' shows who the tard really is.
 

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Cybertruck was out testing at the Merced County Castle Airport (about 2 hrs east of Fremont factory). You can see there's windshield wipers, side mirrors and the wheel aero covers have been removed. Do the rear tires look bigger than the fronts?


Cybertruck spotted with windshield wipers, side mirrors, wheel aero covers removed, staggered ...jpg
Cybertruck spotted with windshield wipers, side mirrors, wheel aero covers removed, staggered ...jpg
Cybertruck spotted with windshield wipers, side mirrors, wheel aero covers removed, staggered ...jpg
Cybertruck spotted with windshield wipers, side mirrors, wheel aero covers removed, staggered ...jpg

Tesla Cybertruck windshield, side mirrors, wheel aero covers removed 2 (1).jpg












And here's the video posted earlier today showing rear steering and turning radius.

ADMIN - PLEASE kill or merge competing threads.
 

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Just going to post this rendition (which someone else owns) of the alpha truck in here for a nice palate cleanser.

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Last year, I took that image and lowered the body to see how Cybertruck would look like lowered. I love it! I hope the air suspension will lower it down like this, to park in my driveway. BTW, I didn't widen it. And yes, I hope I can take those Mickey Mouse looking ears off my truck easily.

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The Cybertruck will literally be the second most expensive thing we've ever purchased.

Including medical care.

-Crissa
After taxes and fees, it will be almost as much as our first house in Denver (1990)
 

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The Cybertruck will literally be the second most expensive thing we've ever purchased.

Including medical care.

-Crissa
Right and this purchase will work for you whereas medical care seems to be the only thing in my life I work so hard to deal with yet pay soo much for. They must really have us fooled.
 

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Right and this purchase will work for you whereas medical care seems to be the only thing in my life I work so hard to deal with yet pay soo much for. They must really have us fooled.
Yeah, medical is super stupid expensive. Profit-motive breaks down when it's an inescapable cost.

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The largest windshield ever installed on a passenger vehicle?

I am not sure if Safelight and other mobile windshield replacement companies can transport a replacement in their service vehicles. It‘s most likely a two person job because it’s humongous size.

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The largest windshield ever installed on a passenger vehicle?

I am not sure if Safelight and other mobile windshield replacement companies can transport one in their service vehicles. It‘s most likely a two person job because it’s humongous size and may be exempt from mobile service calls.

1635166185783.jpeg

Well then if Safelight current remote service trucks are too small, Safelight will need to buy Cybertrucks as remote service vehicles.
 

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I’m not entirely sure what this kind of thing would do to the driver position. Does the driver move forward and down with the glass? Compare with the actual below here. Seems like whoever did this photo edit just took the existing design and made the window area taller which makes little sense without thinking about where the yoke and driver end up.

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Does anyone else find it odd that the location for the windshield wiper motor in that image that Tesla shared of the CT windshield looks to be on the passenger side. I suppose I could be seeing this wrong and maybe the side of the windshield in the image in the link is would be such that we were on the inside of the vehicle and the notch for the wiper is actually on the driver side. link
 

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I think it looks great! I understand if some don’t like the look at it gets to production and would encourage those of you to look for alternatives and probably start by canceling your reservation. Especially if you are already of me in line,
The image is certainly low resolution and distorted. Reflections can also wreak havoc with determining proportions. I agree that the shadow line looks like a windshield wiper arm, similar to the one on the Tesla semi.
in the video, it also looks like there is something “off” with the rear wheel ref;edition that might be showing a rear-wheel turn, but hard (for me) to tell.
i don’t mind the mirrors as much as I thought I would, but they are also small for.a truck. I don’t think we can remove them in California… yet.
 
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