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Old 07-01-2008, 10:04 PM
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oh yeah mine are the 3 piecers(gt-7's) so they don't work with them. I've got both methods coming to me(straps and brackets). One of them is bound to work. I'll let ya know if I find a trick to making the brackets work.
the brackets should work for you (if you get the right ones)... they are designed for 2 & 3 piece wheels (i-Forged has a few)... I was using them for something entirely different than what most people do...
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anyone use these iforged tpms adapters yet

i have the bracket version, and an extra sensor ( 40700-jk00b - these have the more rounded bodies than the older sensors ) sitting in front of me, and the body of the sensor sits lower than the mounting surface on the bracket. i don't have my wheels yet, so i can't check to see how they fit, but i'm wondering if these are going to work for me or not. might work if i bend the bracket a bit is what i'm thinking
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I've got the bracket versions as well but have yet to receive my wheels. I haven't taken my TPMS out of my stock 19's yet so I can't say. I will update here when I finally get my wheels to let you know if I got them to work
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a shot of mine.. i think it might be alright if i bend the bracket a little.

you can see in the picture how the black body of the sensor goes lower than the mounting hole in the bracket
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a shot of mine.. i think it might be alright if i bend the bracket a little.

you can see in the picture how the black body of the sensor goes lower than the mounting hole in the bracket
yep - thats the one I was trying to use...
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When they take the sensor out of my stock wheels will they need anything replaced on them. Some people have been saying that you need to buy some new piece after you have them unmounted....is this true or do they come off the stock wheel as shown in your picture?
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When they take the sensor out of my stock wheels will they need anything replaced on them. Some people have been saying that you need to buy some new piece after you have them unmounted....is this true or do they come off the stock wheel as shown in your picture?
they come off with the valve stem and can often be reused in normal location on the new wheels... depends on what kind of wheels you get - if they can't be mounted as normal, you can use the bracket shown to mount the entire stem inside the tire... nothing extra (other than the mounting bracket) is needed... just be sure to keep the same sensor position (front right, left right, right rear, left rear).
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sweet thanks man
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i think it's recommended to replace the seal every time you take them off, but you'd probably be fine reusing yours if it's not in bad shape
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I would imagine since I am doing like you with the bracket it wouldn't even matter if the seal was bad right?
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nah shouldn't matter

you going to just put a regular valve stem in your stock wheels?
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Stock wheels are being sold to a local guy here with a g35 sedan. Its up to him if he wants to use his tpms or keep them in his winter wheels. I don't drive my car in the winter so no need for a winter setup
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accordfreak,

is that a 7/16" sheathing clip?
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Is it possible to weld the sheathings clip against the center of the wheel instead of using the clamp kit??? I planning to do this on my asanti wheel. I tried to get the clamp kit but they seem to never pick up the phone. Any suggestion on where else to lay hand on this?
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Hey Baoster,
I have the clamp kit if you want it, brand new in box.....

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