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      04-14-2014, 05:31 PM   #1
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Cheapest set of new tpms?

What website? Thanks
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      04-14-2014, 05:40 PM   #2
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Too bad fella... I just dropped a pre- LCI set off to a local guy in New Jersey.
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just a warning stay away from anything thats not oem
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      04-14-2014, 06:07 PM   #4
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Tirerack is as cheap as anyone.
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If you decide to go used I have a set sitting in my garage off my 08 E90, PM if you'd like!
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anyone know if you can retap the thread on the tpms, I had locks on my caps and some kids tried to steal them and stripped them
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anyone know if you can retap the thread on the tpms, I had locks on my caps and some kids tried to steal them and stripped them
The stems and the sensors are separate. You'll need to dismount the tire to service the TPMS. Just bring it to your local tire shop, they should be able to replace it for something like $20.
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Pay top dollar and get the freshest stock you can, battery life is the issue here. Buy 2 cheap ones and pay to mount and balance X2 or get good Batteries that will go the duration.
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I have a set of oem sensors off a 2011 528i!!
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just a warning stay away from anything thats not oem
I actually bought RS Technik TPMS with stem from Pyspeed for $150 shipped. Never had a problem and works great. I bet they're gonna fail now that I wrote this. lol.
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I would go with Tire Rack for $220. I made the mistake of buying some on ebay for around $150 and they didn't work.
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No issues with my set from TireRack and if you do for some reason run ito a problem, you know that they'll fix it for you.
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Beru TPMS are around $200, get those.
Beru is an OE manufacturer, so you won't have problems.
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Beru TPMS are around $200, get those.
Beru is an OE manufacturer, so you won't have problems.
Just to be perfectly true to my signature, Beru is the name of the BorgWarner product. They sold their TPMS business to Huf in 2012 and are now labelled Huf/Beru. Tirerack sells them - I paid $235 for a set of stems and sensors last fall (including shipping.)
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seems like tire rack is the best option. I'd rather stick with oem
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Can someone provide a link to the sensors on the tire rack's site please. I could only find generic TPMS.
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Can someone provide a link to the sensors on the tire rack's site please. I could only find generic TPMS.
You have to search for wheels (tires probably works too) for your specific car. Add the wheels to your cart and there will be an option to add TPMS sensors to your cart. Add them and then delete the wheels. Then checkout.
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You have to search for wheels (tires probably works too) for your specific car. Add the wheels to your cart and there will be an option to add TPMS sensors to your cart. Add them and then delete the wheels. Then checkout.
Haha wow...I never would've guess that. They should really make that easier. Thanks.
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Haha wow...I never would've guess that. They should really make that easier. Thanks.
No problem. I only knew that because I saw it somewhere on here before. I ordered a set today and the estimated delivery is tomorrow. Not too bad.
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You have to search for wheels (tires probably works too) for your specific car. Add the wheels to your cart and there will be an option to add TPMS sensors to your cart. Add them and then delete the wheels. Then checkout.
Go to the Wheel & Tire forum in this forum. It's sponsored by TireRack. Look up Gary at Tirerack at the link below. Send him an email with what you want. You can then touch base by phone for CC info and he can put the order through for you and make sure you get the right ones.

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http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=53729
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