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I have a 2004 lexus GX 470 and i want to put on 22" RIMS i know i have a tire pressure sensor in factory ones, do i have to put the sensor on the new rims?

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You don't have to, but the TPS light will stay on. There are replacement TPS sensors availble from wheel & tire shops, you may want to ask about them when you buy the wheels.

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ya, and all the hills make it 10x worse. i'm from pittsburgh. it all depends on how much you want to spend. but make sure they are winter performance and not all season, they are better for snow and icey conditions.

good ($150-$200):
Bridgestone Blizzak DM-Z3
Goodyear Ultra Grip SUV
Dunlop Grandtrek SJ5

best ($200-$300):
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