My TrailReady's came with a standard valve stem hole. Not aware of any other options.
I hucked the supplied chromies to the back of a storage shelf and installed new TPMS valve stems like Whitey's picture - worked perfectly.
Because of the angle and location of the valve stem hole in the TR's, I don't think it's possible to damage the sensors when aired down unless you go flat and set down on the sensor, assuming you have the screw-on sensors that use the stem like Whitey's picture. I think the older JKs used the flag-style TMPS sensor, and these could be vulnerable. Your rig is newer than my 2010, so you should be good to go!
EDIT: buy short
TPMS valve stems - they'll work perfectly with your slim rock rings.
I used Schrader 20018. If these fit your sensors, I guarantee they're the best choice.
EDIT 2: Just checked Whitey's link, looks like it's for the short stems - that's what you want.
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