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Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Musky Mike, Oct 12, 2019 at 5:18 PM.

  1. Musky Mike

    Musky Mike Senior Member

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    Looking at getting a new set of rims and they will need TPMS. Will these work, will the dealer have to program them?

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    Why don't you just use the ones out of your factory wheels.


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    Because I’m going to keep my factory wheels and tires. In going go taller with the new tire/rim setup just for hunting season. That’s the only time I need taller, more aggressive tires.
     
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    Are they plug and play?
     
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    Yes. They are the factory ones and require no programing. Mount and they will sync up automatically. Trust me I went through it when I got my new wheels from custom offsets. Long to short I went to ram and got the factory ones after trying two different aftermarket ones. In the new body style (DT) they use a different frequency and all my local tire guys were trying to use the config from a 19 classic because the tools they had didn’t have the new profile.


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