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This is a discussion on Tpms Sensors for XXR 527 within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Just wondering if anyone knows if the oem 2012 wrx tpms sensors will fit on xxr's...

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    Tpms Sensors for XXR 527

    Just wondering if anyone knows if the oem 2012 wrx tpms sensors will fit on xxr's
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    The tpms does not attach to the wheels, rather the valve stems (I am assuming you are getting new tires). So you will need to remove them and attach them to the new valve stems. Thus, yes they will work with xxr's (and all wheels for that matter).

    The TPMS sensors can be obtained for fairly cheap. I have two sets. One on my winter set up and one on my summer set up.

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    I figured as much, Im doing a wheel trade with someone so i was gonna dismount my tires take my sensors out and put them on the new wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anpato View Post
    I figured as much, Im doing a wheel trade with someone so i was gonna dismount my tires take my sensors out and put them on the new wheels.
    What size wheels are you getting?

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    18x9.75 +23 theyre only temporary until my work xd9's arrive
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    You are gonna have some hella stretch (if you're on stock tires) and big time rubbing with that offset.

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    No stretch, theyre wrapped in 265 tires amd im rolling my fenders this weekend.
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    265's would be good. I was thinking you meant your stockers were going on there!

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    The smallest id run would be a 255, I like moar racecar hahaha
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