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Old 10-24-2013, 05:00 PM
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Will it work? 2012 20" factory wheels and 2013 18" factory Tpms

My question is can I swap my 18s from my 2013 f250 I'm buying tomorrow with the 20s from a 2010 and the tpms still work. If not, is it possible to swap the sensors in the wheels and keep the sensors with the truck?
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I would think so....have you found a set of factory 20s?
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Old 10-24-2013, 05:07 PM
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No I haven't. The dealership has 2 used 6.4L with factory 20s on them but the manager says they won't work if swapped and he doesn't want to swap out. I'm trying to see if theirs truth to jt
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I have a set of 2011 20s ready to ship with caps and lugs
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Take your sensors to the new rims. It will work. If you have band sensors, you will just need to purchase new, longer bands (think large hose clamp) from carquest or similar auto parts store. If you have valve stem tpms, just switch them over, they are removable.

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Old 10-24-2013, 05:50 PM
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Haha, I'm wanting the 2010 20s,i think they look the best. And I'll argue some tomorrow with them. I assumed it would work by swapping the tpms.
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If I recall , 2010 was the last year ford had the band style tpms sensors on the wheels. My '11 has the valve stem sensors, so should the 12 and 13. Like said above just have them swap the valve stems from your current wheels to the new ones.

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My dealer told me it would not work when I swapped out my 18's for 20's
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Old 10-28-2013, 09:22 AM
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your dealer is smoking crack. did he say why?

the only thing i can think is that the diameter opening for the tpms is different from an 18" to 20", but that doesn't make sense. why would ford do that? stupid question, right?

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Old 10-28-2013, 12:31 PM
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Yeah I assumed they were full of it. I'm wanting the 20s from the 6.4 I think they look a lot better vs the new style 20s
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