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Old 09-15-2009, 09:59 AM
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Ok so I plan on switching my rims to the 22" SRT10 rims, I am pretty positive the new rims and tires do not have TPMS. So I am assuming it would be cheaper to pull the existing rims and tires and pull the sensors out of the tires and use them in the new rims? Or just buy new ones?

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I would have dealer or tire ship pull the sensors and reuse them in the new rims.
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I would have dealer or tire ship pull the sensors and reuse them in the new rims.
yeah I thought about doing that, then the dealer told me what they'd charge to break the rims and tires off each set, and it'd be a wash. I will just buy new sensors sometime in the next couple of months and when I have these balanced have them installed.
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yeah tire rack will sell you 4 for 160. At the end of the day that's probably your best bet. Plus you'll still have them in the stockers if you ever put them back on.
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yeah tire rack will sell you 4 for 160. At the end of the day that's probably your best bet. Plus you'll still have them in the stockers if you ever put them back on.
Stock rims have been sold to the guy i'm getting these rims for. Instead of paying 2k for new rims and tires, i'm just paying 1k and giving him my stock rims.
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NO NEED TO CALIBRATE SPEEDO if you have the same diameter tire.
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NO NEED TO CALIBRATE SPEEDO if you have the same diameter tire.
Going from 20" to a 22" with a bigger tire.
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Ok so I got the new rims on, I need to check the tire size because when I turn the wheel to the extreme right or left, it rubs against the inside of the wheel well. Other than that seems to ride good, TPMS light didn't come on until this morning at 70mph, all evening it didn't turn on. Wonder if they have sensors or not.
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What size tire did you put on?
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