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Old 04-15-2012, 06:36 AM   #51 (permalink)
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I know what you are saying about the 20x 9 but!! my tyre guy here told me they make both 20x8.5 and 20x 9 so I will double check tomorrow and get back to you in regards too this as I was surprised when he told me he ordered 20x 9. So now I will call him in the morning.
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Absolutely make sure as it could be an expensive mistake

have a look here

Foose Legend SS Black Wheels

They definitely DO NOT make a 20x9 Foose black legend ss

and NO 20" rims in this series will fit our bolt pattern of 5x115...ONLY 22" ( but you can have a staggered set with the correct offset tolerance 22x9 Front & 22x10.5 Rear )

Here's another place that might help you

Foose Wheels by Chip Foose- Wheelsforless

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My TPMS arrived today from the US and guess what they are made in the UK, and yes our sensors are the same as yours and our cars are also made in Austria.
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Absolutely make sure as it could be an expensive mistake

have a look here

Foose Legend SS Black Wheels

They definitely DO NOT make a 20x9 Foose black legend ss

and NO 20" rims in this series will fit our bolt pattern of 5x115...ONLY 22" ( but you can have a staggered set with the correct offset tolerance 22x9 Front & 22x10.5 Rear )

Here's another place that might help you

Foose Wheels by Chip Foose- Wheelsforless
Sent off an email today to confirm that these are 5x115 and are 20x 9 or even 20 x 8.5 I don't really care as long as the PCD is correct, the order was place in the States last Monday and the supplier has not said that they are not available so I am hoping the email will confirm this. I will keep you posted once I get an answer .
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( Latest update )Ok got this info from a distributor here in Sydney Australia called Taleb Tyres. Foose does make 20x 8.5 Foose Black legend ss wheels are available for (5x 115 ) but! no 20x 9 also they can get hold of 20x 10 I hope that helps as you had me worried for a while lol. Got my hart set on these for my car I don't care if they are only 8.5 ``wide instead on 9`` I can live with that. PLUS I JUST FOUND THIS LINK Wheel Empire sell 20 x 8.5 and 20 x 10 Foose Black SS Legend also 5 x 115 their address and contact number is Wheel empire 4295 E Jurup street, #112 Ontirio C.A International phone number is (909) 606-8970 I trust that helps you it took a bit of searching but!! it paid off lol
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My TPMS arrived today from the US and guess what they are made in the UK, and yes our sensors are the same as yours and our cars are also made in Austria.
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Yes they are all made in the UK. Can you give us an update when you fit them Geoff i hope they work for you. If not you'll be after a set of AAs. Dont know if Doug has had a chance to check if his are activated.
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Yes they are all made in the UK. Can you give us an update when you fit them Geoff i hope they work for you. If not you'll be after a set of AAs. Dont know if Doug has had a chance to check if his are activated.
Thanks mate this is one of the things I love about our forums always someone willing to help other members. Also please disregard my posting about the Foose Legend SS wheels after been told I can get them and heaps of searching the web for distributors it has come to the fact that they only do the wheel in chrome and it only has the SRT off set so you need to run spacers. I don't know about the 22``I did not ask, I wanted to get away from 22` thats why i sold my Leaxnis LSS10 which I love the looks ect.,Just wanted to have change in the looks department lol. I have found a set of Gloss Black Challenger 20x 9 from Factory Reproductions in California and I spoke to Doug Heideman, he was so helpful.I should have the Wheels here in Australia by next week all going well .
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This is what I have done so there won't be any issues with my TPMS. I bought the new Valves and sensors off ebay once they arrived I changed the Rubber Valve onto my sensor so there should be no issues with my car reading the sensors. Now once my new wheels arrive sometime this week, I will fit them and all should be good.And yes the new sensors that I bought off ebay were 433 MHZ. anyway.
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Sorry to hijack the thread, but didn't feel like this needed a new question.

I just had my winters and summers swapped over by my local garage, a day after I got the dreaded bong and EVIC told me to check the wheel. There's nothing wrong with it so I'm guessing something's up with the sensor.

Rang my garage, but they told me it's stuck in the wheel and they don't touch it. But looking at the pics of one of these things it's part of the valve?

Are they having me on? They're normally a decent garage, there's not many left where I live

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I just had my winters and summers swapped over by my local garage, a day after I got the dreaded bong and EVIC told me to check the wheel. There's nothing wrong with it so I'm guessing something's up with the sensor.

Rang my garage, but they told me it's stuck in the wheel and they don't touch it. But looking at the pics of one of these things it's part of the valve?

Are they having me on? They're normally a decent garage, there's not many left where I live

Thanks in advance
The sensor and valve are a single item which is secured to the rim with the external plastic collar/nut. Its not "stuck in". Were your tyres swapped from the rims with the TPMS in situ? Did you check the tyre pressure with a gauge? Its possible that the TPMS seal was disturbed and then leaked, so you may just need to replace the seal using a service kit.
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This is what I have done so there won't be any issues with my TPMS. I bought the new Valves and sensors off ebay once they arrived I changed the Rubber Valve onto my sensor so there should be no issues with my car reading the sensors. Now once my new wheels arrive sometime this week, I will fit them and all should be good.And yes the new sensors that I bought off ebay were 433 MHZ. anyway.
Cheers
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That was a expensive way of doing it Geoff the rubber valve is 60 pence over here. It would have been nice to see if the ABs worked on yours because although these sensors work at 433 Mhz they dont seem to work on our cars.
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That was a expensive way of doing it Geoff the rubber valve is 60 pence over here. It would have been nice to see if the ABs worked on yours because although these sensors work at 433 Mhz they dont seem to work on our cars.
The main reason I did this was the tyre guys broke on of my valves so I thought bugger it I will just change the new rubber valves from the new set to be double sure I will have no issues and it would be cheaper than finding out that the sensor etc is not working and going to the expense of getting the tyres removed and refitted plus balancing the wheels again.
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