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      05-31-2010, 04:08 PM   #1
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Changing valve

One of my wheel's valves is mildly bended. Works 100% ok, but I was wondering if I can just change that part or I have to buy an entire new set, including the TPMS. And if so, how much it costs,

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The valve stem is a different part than the sensor, but removing the stem requires removing the sensor (and the tire), so I'd leave it alone until you need to change tires or something. Take it from me: properly balancing these wheels/tires is not easy (I had to do it 3 times, and still have a slight vibration), so why bother if it's not leaking? I'd just try to bend it back, if at all. Good luck.
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