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New Rims = New TPMS??

I'm considering the SRT8 knockoffs for my '09 commander. Would I need all new TPMS assemblies. Could you include a link for some quality ones without the dealership price . . Thanks.

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You can pick them up off e-Bay all day long, just make sure you get the correct ones for your year vehicle as they changed over the years. Your current ones will work on your new rims also.





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You can pick them up off e-Bay all day long, just make sure you get the correct ones for your year vehicle as they changed over the years. Your current ones will work on your new rims also.
Thanx 49er. Don't want to end up with chinese junk. Are they all decent quality? 2 of my stock ones have broken (fill up) stems. Are they repairable?
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do you plan on having 2 sets of usable wheels? because as mentioned, you can just move the sensors from your old wheel to the new ones
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