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      03-13-2008, 02:18 PM   #1
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Question OEM ZCP TPMS Compatible?

i just need a yes/no (hopefully yes) . thanks guys.
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We can have TPMS installed on your wheels and tires on our CSL reps if you like. Take a look at the website!

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http://www.europeanautosource.com/in...67_203_204_242
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We can have TPMS installed on your wheels and tires on our CSL reps if you like. Take a look at the website!

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http://www.europeanautosource.com/in...67_203_204_242
thanks but after much research on oem i am going with oem zcp .

anyone confirm tpms on oem zcp?
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After looking at a few pictures of the barrel of the OEM ZCP wheels, it looks like there shouldn't be any problems with it. It wouldn't hurt to email or call up Tischer to see if they have any info.
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After looking at a few pictures of the barrel of the OEM ZCP wheels, it looks like there shouldn't be any problems with it. It wouldn't hurt to email or call up Tischer to see if they have any info.
VMR thanks for helping. i posted two pictures for even further clarity. hopefully you can use these pictures to get a more clear answer? thanks again.
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Yea, those are the pictures I looked at when determining whether or not if the TPMS will work. The valve stem is protruding from the back of the drop center of the wheel, thus allowing room for the sensor to be easily installed.
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