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Old 08-16-2009, 11:42 PM   #1
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TRD Enkei Deep Six

So i found a great deal on some 20" Enkei Deep six on e-bay and i am planning to run 265/50/20 toyo proxy s/t on them....yes i am a mall crawler.......the rims came from a 2006 tundra and it has the original
TPMS with them......can i use those or do i need to swap them out with my original TPMS....thanks
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Old 08-17-2009, 12:15 AM   #2
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by the way here is a pic
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Old 08-17-2009, 01:49 AM   #3
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I would assume you would swap them out with Tacoma TPMS cause I would think they're the same module just programmed differently. Then again, I really have no damn idea haha!

Definitely nice rims!
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I have Enkeis on mine. They are 18" but dont know what model they are. They came with the truck. TPs seems to work OK.
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The TPMS module on your truck is programmed to the sensors on your current wheels (each sensor has its own unique number). If you use the senors from the new wheels, you will need to have Toyota reprogram the TPMS module. You will not have to reprogram if you put your current sensors on the new wheels.

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yes i am a mall crawler
At least you admit it lol.

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At least you admit it lol.

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haha........Street Queen am I........My truck is allergic to mud. My '99 on the other hand, bring it on......lol only thing it doesn't have any power
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So i found a great deal on some 20" Enkei Deep six on e-bay and i am planning to run 265/50/20 toyo proxy s/t on them....yes i am a mall crawler.......the rims came from a 2006 tundra and it has the original
TPMS with them......can i use those or do i need to swap them out with my original TPMS....thanks
how much did you end up spending on the enkei deep six's?
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