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Old 08-02-2013, 01:55 AM   #1
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If I get new wheels do I need to get new TPMS sensors too?

If I end up purchasing new wheels can I reuse the TPMS sensors off the stock wheel on the new wheel or do I need to purchase brand new TPMS sensors for the new set of wheels. I do not plan on using the stock wheels, I am just going to stack them in my garage. I am just a tad confused if the TPMS sensors can be removed and added to a wheel?
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Old 08-02-2013, 02:28 AM   #2
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They can be reused. If you ever trade the car and put the stockers back on tho, by the time you pay to have them switched out twice, it'll cost more money in the long run. Just buy new ones.
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They can be reused. If you ever trade the car and put the stockers back on tho, by the time you pay to have them switched out twice, it'll cost more money in the long run. Just buy new ones.
+1. Such a headache to do. Especially if you're like me and plan on using the stockers for winter.
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I switched my factory sensors to my newer wheels, OP said he doesn't plan on using them so its understandable... I'm selling my stockers w/o the sensors
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