I know this thread is a year and a half old as of the time that I am making this post, but I still get quite a few questions about this issue, and some people are also under the impression that TPMS sensors don't work at all with the Konig wheels, so I'd like to clarify.
This issue is not specific to the Konig Countersteer Offroad
wheels. It's also not specific to just Toyota Tacomas or even Toyota Trucks. This applies to all TPMS equipped Toyotas and every wheel that can possibly be installed on a Toyota.
Due to different angles of the valve stems between steel Toyota factory wheels and alloy Toyota factory wheels, anyone who has a Toyota that was factory equipped with steel wheels and is now changing to alloy wheels (or vice versa) will need to do one of the following:
1) Change to a different type of TPMS sensor (one from alloy Toyota wheels or an aftermarket sensor),
2) Use an adapter with their original wheels' TPMS sensors.
3) Leave their sensors out, install standard valve stems, and check tire pressure frequently (tire pressure should actually be checked frequently regardless if sensors are installed or not).
If you leave the sensors out you will have a light illuminated on your dash, unless you perform one of the various "disable" methods (most popular and most easily reversible is the pipe trick).
Please remember that if your truck came with aluminum alloy wheels from Toyota, your sensors will mount right into the Konig wheels and you won't have to make any modifications whatsoever.
As always anyone who has any concerns about TPMS with the Konig wheels - please feel free to PM me and I'll be happy to help you out.