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Old 06-22-2016, 11:04 PM   #8151
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Been lots of negative feedback about rubber stems....

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I've always read you should use metal valve steams.
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Old 06-22-2016, 11:56 PM   #8152
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I've always read you should use metal valve steams.
You know I have heard that also however I can't find anything in the manual with the TST507 where it says that. I'm going to reread to see if I missed something.
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Comes from those that have experience with using them...seems the rubber ones don't like the added weight over time

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Old 06-23-2016, 12:54 AM   #8156
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You know I have heard that also however I can't find anything in the manual with the TST507 where it says that. I'm going to reread to see if I missed something.

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I'm running 65 psi in my truck's tires with rubber valve stems so it's not a matter of the air pressure but the extra weight of the TPMS sensors on the valve stems would make it advisable.
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Thanks for the input all good thoughts. I think what I'm going to do is stick with the rubber stems until I change the tires out after this season (of if something happens sooner) first step will be getting them rebalanced. I will let the forum know how the stems/sensors hold up. If I didn't mention it I have short rubber stems about one inch
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Thanks for the input all good thoughts. I think what I'm going to do is stick with the rubber stems until I change the tires out after this season (of if something happens sooner) first step will be getting them rebalanced. I will let the forum know how the stems/sensors hold up. If I didn't mention it I have short rubber stems about one inch
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