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Old 02-02-2013, 12:41 PM   #1
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Daddys got a new pair of shoes

Some of you may recall a recent thread I made on all season tires because I needed to replace my summer only pirellis. Most of the options i priced out were looking to be around a grand if not more. Then I look on good ol trusty American muscle and I find that if spend a littttllee extra I can get a whole new set of 19 amr's wrapped in Pirelli p zero Nero all seasons. Some may say there's better tires out there but I thought the price was too good to pass up considering I was gonna spend at least a grand anywhere else on tires alone. Free shipping, free mounting and balancing, free nitrogen, can't beat it!
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That's awesome and they look great!

Where's your current rims going?
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Looking Great there Mayhem!!!! and you made a good choice on the tires...dont let em fool or rib you! Nice job!!!
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Some of you may recall a recent thread I made on all season tires because I needed to replace my summer only pirellis. Most of the options i priced out were looking to be around a grand if not more. Then I look on good ol trusty American muscle and I find that if spend a littttllee extra I can get a whole new set of 19 amr's wrapped in Pirelli p zero Nero all seasons. Some may say there's better tires out there but I thought the price was too good to pass up considering I was gonna spend at least a grand anywhere else on tires alone. Free shipping, free mounting and balancing, free nitrogen, can't beat it!
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That's awesome and they look great!

Where's your current rims going?
Haha they're staying in my garage for now stacked all pretty. Ill put them back on in a couple months to stretch out the end of the life on the summer rubber
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UPDATE: ok so when I ordered the wheels I didn't get the tpms kit because my car is basically a base model and I couldn't find any tire pressure monitor going thru my cars system so I figured it didn't have it. Turns out it does! My car is now reading a tire pressure monitor fault ( ! ) what do I do??
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Looking good Mayhem! The AMR's look incredible on the Black S197's.

TPMS Sensors are standard on all 2007+ Mustangs. So your 2012 is definitely going to be equipped with the sensors. There's a few different options now that the wheels are already on your car. You could purchase a set of TPMS sensors and have the mounted on your new AMR's. You could pull the sensors off of your stock wheels and have them installed on your new wheels or you could just live with the light. It's not causing any damage to your car, the computer just can't hook up with the sensors right now to give you an accurate reading so it's throwing a light.

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Those are awesome wheels!
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Those are awesome wheels!
Thanks man! I love them. And thanks for the info Dan. Basically I just wanna know how I can turn that annoying light off. I know I'm not damaging my car and I know I have good tire pressure but the light is just annoying!
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Some of you may recall a recent thread I made on all season tires because I needed to replace my summer only pirellis. Most of the options i priced out were looking to be around a grand if not more. Then I look on good ol trusty American muscle and I find that if spend a littttllee extra I can get a whole new set of 19 amr's wrapped in Pirelli p zero Nero all seasons. Some may say there's better tires out there but I thought the price was too good to pass up considering I was gonna spend at least a grand anywhere else on tires alone. Free shipping, free mounting and balancing, free nitrogen, can't beat it!
Me too!!!!
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Are you selling your old rims? I'm in nj as eell

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You really can't beat AM package prices. I have been spending months trying to come up with a cheaper solution on buying the rims and tires separate. Once you add everything in, AM always comes up cheaper. Unless you find a killer deal on tires through Ebay or something, there's no point of wasting your time shopping around.

I'm really digging the charcoal AMR's on the black, nice choice!
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