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I have the Shotguns. They're heavier than hell but no problems other than the logo. Lol

You can get the TPMS valve stems installed and just swap your sensors in. It's easy if you have a way to break the bead. Them stems are like $3/ea
 

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I ran a set of these on a truck I had for a few years. They're nice wheels and you don't see too many of them. The Buckshots aren't any heavier than any other typical aluminum wheel but the Shotguns certainly do.

We recommend keeping your TPMS working properly but if you do have a programmer that allows you to turn off the TPMS system its up to you to decide if you want to install your OE TPMS sensors or new TPMS sensors in your new wheels. Your OE TPMS sensors will fit in these wheels, all you have to do is take them to a local wheel and tire retailer so they can install them for you. (local charges will apply)

If you decide to purchase a new we sell them too.

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