Hmmm interesting, I wonder how to remove the tpms and it not yank the air stem out? Again I'm just guessing what it looks like under the hub caps and rim. I haven't yanked them off yet. Still debating on TireRack.com for my new rims.
I asked at a local tire place about removing the TPMS and they said that they couldn't do it
because it's against the federal reg's to do it and they could be held liable. If you can find someone to do it, the tires have to be deflated, the bead broken lose, to expose the sensors, A socket of the correct size is needed to remove them and a valve stem has to be installed,about 1.5" in lenght.
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