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TPMS sensor for 2nd gen Beadlock wheels.

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by Grego69, Mar 11, 2024.

  1. Mar 11, 2024 at 1:49 PM
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    Grego69

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    Hi guys, just need a little help with the correct part number for the TPMS sensor. Just want to make sure im gonna be ordering the right one.

    So i have a 2014 Double cab SR5. Its time to change my tire. Might as well change the wheels. So im ordering a TRD wheels Beadlock. Im also planning to change my TPMS sensors since its been almost 10 yrs.
    My question is, do I need a different TPMS for the beadlock? Will my old TPMS sensor from the stock alloy wheels work on the beadlock? If so i guess i can order the part # 42067-04011 which fit my 2014. Im worried if the beadlock requires a TPMS with a diff angle. I dont know 20 or 40 degrees. I just read on the forum.

    anybody can help me what correct TPMS PART NUMBER i will be needing to purchase for the Beadlock? I have 2014 SR5 double cab.

    by the way, im buying tires from Costco and will have them install the Sensors as well. Just want to make sure the Sensor will fit on the Beadlock and be able to communicate with the Receiver. Last thing i want is them telling me that i actually have the wrong TPMS sensor.

    Thank you guys,
     
  2. Mar 11, 2024 at 2:03 PM
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    wi_taco

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    Do you have a picture or part numbers of the specific wheels you are changing over to? Not all beadlock wheels are the same. We don't have enough information to give you a solid answer.
     
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    inwood customs

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    I don't see any reason the same sensors that fit factory alloy wheels wouldn't work. Steel wheels need a different sensor.

    You can buy them from Amazon for about $60 for a set of 4. I also replaced mine proactively before they died when buying new tires. I've never been charged anything extra when they were installing new tires anyway. If they don't fit you can send them back easily.

    Amazon.com: MORESENSOR 315MHz TPMS Tire Pressure Sensor 4-Pack | Compatible with Lexus & Toyota Select Models | Replacement for 42607-33011 | Clamp-in | NX-S008-4 : Automotive

    They have some for as little as $30 for 4. But this brand is what I have used in the past and I know they work on my Tacoma, Wrangler and F150.
     
  5. Mar 11, 2024 at 4:12 PM
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    Im planning to order the bronze one. PTR56-35220-F5. Size 16.

    Yeah im planning to stop by at the stealership tomorrow. See which one i need to get.
     
  6. Mar 11, 2024 at 4:23 PM
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    BKinzey

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    So you are buying Toyota (OEM) beadlocks. I don't have them but I have never seen anyone post here that they needed a different TPMS sensor than the one for alloy wheels. And a lot of people have bought those.
     
  7. Mar 11, 2024 at 5:23 PM
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    Yeah im buying an OEM beadlocks. Also gonna buy OEM TPMS sensor.
     

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