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post #1 of 4 Old 05-27-2013, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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I am about to purchase a set of 2006 F250 Lariat wheels for my 2011 F250. First question, They will fit right? I have researched and it looks like they will but I might as well just ask again. Second question is about the sensors. Which sensors do I want to buy to have them installed so it will work with my trucks TPMS? Thanks.

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05+ wheels will work on any 05+ truck (Ford). Idk about the sensors.

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Thanks for the reassurance. Ya, I guess I will just have to keep researching.

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My friend just went from OEM 17s with 265s to aftermarket 18s with 285s. The tire store simply removed the TPMS sensor from the OEM wheel and reinstalled it on the aftermarket wheels. Worked out just fine. Unless you intend to switch back and forth, this would be the way I would go.

I know for a fact that on the Mustang if the TPMS is replaced (as in new) with a new set of wheels, then they MUST be calibrated to your car. I seriously doubt the F series is any different.

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