TPMS part number

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  1. Coldheartid

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    Well I just ordered a pair of 20x11 wheels that I plan on stuffing under the beast with 315x35's, However I do not want to break down the stock wheels just to get the TPMS out and would rather just buy new ones. Anyone know the part number.?

    Thanks
     
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    What kind of wheels did you get? Pics? Links?

    I'm anxious to see them installed and get the specs as to offset/backspace.
     
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    Bravado.jpg This is the wheel 20x11 21mm ET on rear and 20x9.5 18mm ET on front when they get here in about 2 weeks. Just need the TPMS part number so I don't have to break down the stock wheels.
     
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    I'm curious to see what's the smallest diameter wheel that will clear the brakes, for more tire sidewall when running a slick.
     
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    The back brakes are not the issue,, you could probably throw a 17" wheel on the back
     
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    There is no good service anywhere??

    I called
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    I called to get a part number for the TPMS on my 2015 Dodge Hellcat and heres how it went.
    I was given part number 56053037AB when I asked the price I was told $5.85 to which I said that can't be correct as they usually run $50 to $100 for this part then he said oh yeah here it is part number 68020719AC or if that doesn't work try 56054084AA and they run $60.20 I said thank you and proceeded to put these part numbers into your system and found neither of them to be the TPMS (Tire pressure measuring sensor) either. I will not be buying from your business nor will I recommend to any of the folks I converse with on Hellcat.org in fact I will caution them away from your service and explain my experience. Thanks anyway.

    This car is just too new to get parts from most places. I have however recommended for EBC to let me know when they get Redstuff for our cars so I have a POC there. I also contacted discount tires direct and Hellcat has been added to the site. I'll tell you what, It is a lot of work to teach all the Dodge salesman and get the aftermarket suppliers on board. I'll be glad to go back to my real job on the 5th. lol
     
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    Do your wheels have rubber valve stems? If so it doesn't have a sensor it uses the ABS sensor noise like an Audi I assume. My R/T has rubber stems.
     
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    56053037AB - Sensor nut (Challenger HC)
    68020719AC - Nut, washer, cap, valve core and seal (Challenger HC)

    56054084AA - Dodge Charger sensor

    The Challenger HC sensors are not listed in the parts system yet.
     
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    Yes, That is good info for those numbers and I also found out the sensor number is 56029400AE Won't know for sure until I see if the TPMS see's them after the road test.
     
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    Questions?

    56054084AA - comes up as an air bag side sensor?

    56029400AE - did they work?

    any information on the Hellcat part number being released?
     
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    still no listing on StarParts.
     
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    True on brakes! but will it clear control arms on inner side of rim.
     
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    I think those may have a clearance problem, good luck, let us know
     
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    You will need both part numbers. The stem nut is not included.
    Nut #56053037-AB 3.38 ea.
    Sensor #56029400-AE 69.63 ea

    Other part numbers,

    Hellcat wheel #5LD38VXW-AB $1065.00 They can be bought for $1000.00 if your dealer treats you right!
    SRT center caps #5QW99RXF-AA $18.75

    FYI, It appears that Centerline is the manufacture for the Hellcat wheels..
    When I ordered the center caps they where sent in the Centerline packaging.
    Does anyone know a contact at Centerline and see if they would make us a wider matching aftermarket wheel?
     
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    Interesting, would have never guessed Centerline. The rims are the perfect match to the CHR BBS series of rims.
     

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