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hey guys,
so ive done a little searching and havent found much on this but i was wondering what i had to do with the sensors on my wheels when i put my cst lift on..(if anything)
just want to double check in case i have to get new lines or have someone do it for me....i know they have to be transfered when i get my new wheels, but im not sure about the lift height having affect on them
any help is appriciated..


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Your lift won't have any effect on the sensors themselves. They'll work just fine. But yes, you will need to (and can) put them on any new wheels you get in the future.
 

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They're not hard-wired or anything. They just mount inside on the back side of the valve stem inside the tire. They emit an electronic signal to the truck's computer to register the pressure. As long as the valve stem hole in the new wheels can accommodate the steel valve stem shaft, you should be able to use them.
 
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