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      01-28-2014, 02:19 PM   #1
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APEX TPMS

Any experience with these? They are about $50 cheaper than Tirerack's prices.

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stick with OEM bud.
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Any experience with these? They are about $50 cheaper than Tirerack's prices.

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stick with OEM bud.
i mean sure, when viable..


but ive heard about apex and never a bad word. i think id be worth a shot... i would like to hear back from you too if you go with it
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Tire rack is from the same manufacter as oem. Spend the $50
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Just wondering if anyone has actual real world experience. As we all know there are a lot of great non-OEM parts.

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