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Old 11-14-2012, 10:00 PM   #1
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TST TPMS Internal mount sensors

I currently have the flow thru sensors on my TST system. When I went to get steel valve stems on my Anniversary Edition SV264 wheels they did not have any that would work.(May have just been the shop I took it to?). I ended up with the high pressure valve stems. I want to get rid of the OEM tires and get some Maxxis and thought I would go with the internal sensors while I'm at it. Has anyone put the internal sensors on the "Anniversary Edition" rims? If so, what length valve stems did you order? Thanks....
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Old 11-28-2012, 09:12 AM   #2
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I currently have the flow thru sensors on my TST system. When I went to get steel valve stems on my Anniversary Edition SV264 wheels they did not have any that would work.(May have just been the shop I took it to?). I ended up with the high pressure valve stems. I want to get rid of the OEM tires and get some Maxxis and thought I would go with the internal sensors while I'm at it. Has anyone put the internal sensors on the "Anniversary Edition" rims? If so, what length valve stems did you order? Thanks....
These are good question. Hope some one answers you, we have the SP240 Anniversary Edition and will eventually want to change out the tires. Have only made 5 trips and about 1200 miles so everything is still new to us. Much nicer than our R-pod was but we miss the little fellow.
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