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Old 07-30-2012, 04:30 PM   #1
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Nice wheels that use stock TPMS?

I know there were a few guys on here who had a nice set of 16-17 wheels and used their old TPMS sensors on then. Anyone know of what rims they are or any that do work with them?
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Im running 16" Procomp 7089's with the tpms and no problems
thats awesome, Im just about to buy the 7089's but a 17" (Im sure they are the same) and thats the biggest dilemma.
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thats awesome man. you wont regret it!
Did you use just the stock OEM lug on them too?
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moto metal 951 rims, used stock steel wheel sensors at discount tire
nice. Im looking for an all black wheel I think though, but its good to know there are some out there
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Old 07-30-2012, 06:57 PM   #8
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Almost all aftermarket wheels made in the last few years accept TPMS sensors. Very rare that one doesn't.
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If you have the stock alloy wheels, the oem TPMS should work on the majority of aftermarket alloy wheels out there. You'll only run into issues using oem steel sensors on aftermarket alloy wheels. Alloy to alloy, you're golden.
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Just bought these, calipers clear & the TPMS fit.........AR Fuels, 16x8, 4.5 bs, 0 offset, 550.00.

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na, i got these.... BLACK CHROME Spline Drive E/T Ultra Style Conical Lug Nuts from wheelers and this...
Spline Drive Socket for Spline Drive Lug Nuts Shown Above, Works with either a 3/4" or 13/16" Socket or Lug Wrench:5.95 to put them on from wheelers...http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tacomablackalloys.htm


So they work good for these wheel? I'm gonna order them now then. I shouldn't need anything else either too? Did you also buy that thin wall socket or didn't need it? What about lock nuts to fit it?
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So they work good for these wheel? I'm gonna order them now then. I shouldn't need anything else either too? Did you also buy that thin wall socket or didn't need it? What about lock nuts to fit it?
yes, they work excellent. you will need the thin wall socket but i didnt order locknuts as im not too worried about it plus youd probably need the thin wall socket in order to get the wheels off anyway.
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