What's the best TPMS solution for these wheels?
F'n Rockin' by the way, these are at the top of my list. . .
Original TPMS sensors from factory aluminum alloy wheels will transfer right over with no complications.
If you have steel wheels from the factory, you'll need to do one of the following:
1) Order sensors that are used in Toyota alloy wheels and reprogram your vehicle to recognize these sensors (requires a special reprogramming tool which we do have, but if you're not local you'll need to find a shop that has one).
2) Order EZ Sensors from Schraeder or another brand (I recommend EZ Sensors), and have someone with the tool mentioned above program the sensors to mimic your steel wheels' sensor codes. This is my most recommended solution.
3) Use your original steel wheel sensors with an aftermarket stainless steel band that wraps around the barrel of the wheel. This is my least recommended solution.
4) Do no reinstall the sensors from your steel wheels at all, and either build a pressured PVC pipe to put the sensors in so you can trick the vehicle's computer, or just leave the TPMS light on and ignore it. *I cannot legally recommend this as an option at all, but since it does exist you can consider this an option. Check your tire pressure regularly (which we all should do regardless if we have TPMS sensors or not).
These procedures are ONLY necessary if you have a Toyota truck that came with steel wheels, and the truck uses TPMS sensors. If you have a Toyota truck with alloy wheels, or a truck from any other car manufacturer your original TPMS sensors transfer right over.