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Old 06-19-2013, 08:41 AM
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If you switch the sensors from your old wheels to your new ones they will synch up to the truck after about 25 miles or so. I am planning on doing the tire and wheel swap also but I am just going to leave the old sensors in and just get a new set for the new tires/wheels. Why? That way I can sell the old tires/wheels as a set and not have to screw around with either leaving the tires off the wheels OR paying to have the old ones re balanced and re-mounted. Things may change depending on cost, and what the tire place is willing to do for me.

Good luck and post pics when you do the swap!
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