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Thread: Finally pulled the trigger on some XD229 Machetes!! TMPS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patr1ckm View Post
    So did you buy new sensors? I just ordered the same xd wheels and I want the best solution for the TPMS.
    Yes I did. Try TPMS.com. Had a typo in my other reply.

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    I'm just running regular valve stems and 0'd them out with the Procal. Just check your tire pressure regularly like one should and you'll be just fine. Old cars didn't have tpms and it wasn't a problem.

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    Another thing I found out was the Machetes have second hole for valve stems. I assume this would be for fast deflation type stems? I went with just some regular stems. Last minute thing.

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    I am having great luck with these and you cannot beat the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StewiesJK View Post
    I am having great luck with these and you cannot beat the price.

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    That's a great price. Where the hell were you a month ago? I could have saved that $30 x2 that I was looking to save. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawkfan View Post
    Another thing I found out was the Machetes have second hole for valve stems. I assume this would be for fast deflation type stems? I went with just some regular stems. Last minute thing.
    Put in 1 regular and 1 tpms sensor , nice to be able to use either or to measure while you’re filling ..


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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Put in 1 regular and 1 tpms sensor , nice to be able to use either or to measure while you’re filling ..


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    Yea I did one of each also. Would have been nice to put a rapid deflator stem (not sure what they are called or exist???)

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