TPMS black rubber $37 set

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  1. Billet Hellcat

    Billet Hellcat Gold Member

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    I just put new TPMS sensors on my new wheels and did not want the $100 silver ones that came on the Hellcat so I ordered these Part# 56029398AB 433mhz they worked perfect and $37 a set free shipping eBay all black :D
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    Did they pair up without issues
     
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    Billet Hellcat Gold Member

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    No problem ;)
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    Excellent info thanks!
     
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    This is excellent information. I copied your post into a WIKI entry. Have to preserve great tidbits of information like this. Thanks for sharing! Man I love those Triumph wheels! If I go aftermarket at some point those are the ones!
     
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    That's a bargain.
     
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    ebay site said ............This part is not compatible with 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Coupe 2-Door 6.2L 6166CC 376Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Supercharged. was this the right number thanx
     
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    Yes I'm running them and they work perfect they are not the metal silver stems that come on the hellcat they are a black rubber one that is what I wanted. They are 433 MHz that's what works. Just a option you can buy the metal ones for around $100+
     
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    thanx billet
     
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    how do you pair them? i installed some new wheels and need to reset the TPMS
     
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    Just install them and drive a few miles and they will reset
     
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    Be extremely careful using the rubber version, yes they "will work" but they are much more prone to failure than the oem style metal versions. Check the speed rating as well typically the rubber ones are not meant for use above 100-110mph....definitely do not track the car with those installed....
     
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    Oh you must sell the metal ones o_O
    Let's see mine didn't fly off @ 188 mph I must have got a good set. ;)
     
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    Nope we are not in the tire business :) but I did have one of these fail on track not fun...there is a reason the oem ones are metal and rated for speed...your car your life just wanted to mention it as I have seen what can happen...for a street car that will never see speed that style is fine for a car you intend on taking over 100 regularly I would not trust it.
     
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    Kris I'm just messing with you but Thanks for the info I never heard of one failing but good to know for sure for the guys running track or high speed runs. ;)
     
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