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So I dropped off my new wheels (that are not set-up perfectly for TPMS sensors) and a set of OEM/FoMoCo sensors to be assembled, mounted, and dynamically balanced. The shop owner says he should be able to buy a kit to get the TPMS sensors to fit/work in my non-OEM wheels. Anybody have any knowledge of this :?: :mrgreen:
 

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i dont have any knowledge of the after market TPMS kits but on my new escalade i just got the shop to take the TPMS out of my stock wheels and tires and put them on my set of 24s and it worked out perfect...I didnt need them as much on my stockers because I only ride them in the winters and they are a little more crucial on my set of after market wheels(also saved having to buy another set of TPMS for the wheels)
 

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BWB RRS HSE said:
So I dropped off my new wheels (that are not set-up perfectly for TPMS sensors) and a set of OEM/FoMoCo sensors to be assembled, mounted, and dynamically balanced. The shop owner says he should be able to buy a kit to get the TPMS sensors to fit/work in my non-OEM wheels. Anybody have any knowledge of this :?: :mrgreen:
I know folks here have had aftermarket wheels drilled for TPMS. I would contact one of our wheel vendors for advice.
 

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Thanks for the tips...I'm out of town this week but the shop says all is good to have the wheels put on at 7:45AM next Monday.....I'm hoping all goes to plan! :pray: :pray: :mrgreen:
 
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