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Tpms sensor

Tpms sensor

Postby rcbarbee09 [OP] » Apr 01 2013, 6:34pm

I put my new rim and tire on the truck and the tpms want fit in the new rims what can I do
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Re: Tpms sensor

Postby Machster69 » Apr 01 2013, 8:36pm

Be more specific...

The sensor is too big??
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Re: Tpms sensor

Postby rcbarbee09 [OP] » Apr 01 2013, 10:55pm

Yes the sensor is to big for the rim
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Re: Tpms sensor

Postby Welcher774 » Apr 01 2013, 11:58pm

Ok, there are a few options. First is the tpms sensor you have a metal stem or rubber? If metal, the nut comes off and the sensor can be transplanted into new said wheel. If rubber, buy new gm style rubber valve stems and unscrew the old sensors, put on new stems and you are set. Hope this helps.
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Re: Tpms sensor

Postby nvycrmn » Apr 16 2013, 5:23pm

Looking for a little more info. I am looking at getting new moto wheels 18x9. Will the TPMS from my stock 18x8 wheels fit on the new wheels? IIRC, I have the rubber valve stems...
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