How do you transfer tpms from stock steelies to after market wheels? I guess what I'm askin is how is it mounted? And is kumho tires any good? I just like the name cuz it's what I tell my wife when we do the do... :naughty:
TPMS transfers are quite simple. They are held in with a nut. Just be careful as they are expensive to replace if you mess them up. If you check your air pressure on a regular basis, there is a way to by pass the system by loading the TMPS in a sealed pressurized tube and put in the spare tire cover. There is a How To about this.
i will chime in on the kumho tires. i loved the kumho tires i had on my civic they are a great summer tire. winter they do ok. they are a soft tire so they will wear out a little faster than a normal tire. but if you are looking for a great tire for traction you will be happy with these tires. when i get my after market wheel im going back with the kumho tires.
Do yourself a favor, Keep your steelies for winter, and get all seasons or if you up north get winter tires (if needed)
get a second, nice set of wheels, and put summer tires on those, Kumho ecsta tires are great, I had them for a while until I sold my set of wheels.
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