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Do the TPMS work if taken out the OEM tires and put in the new wheels? Any reprogramming need to be done for 22's size wheels on the vehicle? Let me know people. Thank You. Tekk B.
 

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Stock TPMs will work but it depends on the rim, I think I read someplace that the stock ones will not work on certain rims. No reprogramming will be needed if you get the correct size tires for the rim. You want to try to keep the overall diameter as close to stock as you can.
 

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TekkBrown said:
Do the TPMS work if taken out the OEM tires and put in the new wheels? Any reprogramming need to be done for 22's size wheels on the vehicle? Let me know people. Thank You. Tekk B.
Wow - you're gonna need some low-low profiles tires - maybe just a coat of black paint on the rims to keep the same overall diameter ! LOL

Post some pictures when you get them.
 

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I got 265/35/22 they look great on Dvinci Gusto wheels. I'll post some pics soon. Thanx for the help fellas.
 

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I had the TPMS taken out of the OEM wheels and put in the 22s with no problem. My tire guy did tell me that I had to buy new stem valves for the sensors which cost $8 a piece at the dealer. After the tire guy mounted, balanced the wheels, the sensors automatically read and sent the info to my DIC and Iphone Onstar app. There was no need to relearn. Everything went great!
 

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... the sensors automatically read and sent the info to my DIC and Iphone Onstar app. There was no need to relearn. Everything went great!
You may want to let some air out of one of the tires just to verify that the computer knows which location each of your tires are mounted at. Unless they kept track of it, they are probably at different locations. Not a big deal, but handy to know in case you develop a small leak. You may end up adding air to the wrong tire.
 

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Those look really sweet. What is the ride and handling like?
 

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Those look really sweet. What is the ride and handling like?
Ride is a little rougher but handling is nice and firm. As far as MPG ive lost 1 mpg ... I still cant believe GMC advertises up to 32! Fallacy!
 
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