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Old 07-07-2014, 10:01 PM   #1
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2014's on a 2010?

Hey quick question.

Would stock wheels from a 2014 fit my 2010? I found a set of 5 stock Sport wheels and tires (Wrangler SR-A's) off of a 2014 with no miles (13) on them. The guy wants $600. I'm thinkin' he'll go $500.

Anyway, will they fit?

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Old 07-07-2014, 10:06 PM   #2
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They'll fit. I just sold my stock wheels and tires (SR-A's) to a guy with an '08. Got $700 for mine.

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Old 07-07-2014, 10:09 PM   #4
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They will fit, but I think the tpms are different.
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Old 07-07-2014, 10:11 PM   #5
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They will fit, but I think the tpms are different.
Oh, That makes a difference then. I want those to work.

Can anyone verify this statement?
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Old 07-07-2014, 10:25 PM   #6
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I sold mine for $400. Depends how long they want to sit on them. There were tons of sets on Craigslist for around $350-400 so I'd offer him $450 and see if he bites.
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Old 07-07-2014, 10:39 PM   #7
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I sold mine for $400. Depends how long they want to sit on them. There were tons of sets on Craigslist for around $350-400 so I'd offer him $450 and see if he bites.
How about the TPM's?
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Old 07-07-2014, 11:15 PM   #8
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You can probably go to a tire shop and have your current sensors swapped in to the new tires... I am doing that with the new wheels I picked up. New TPMS were quoted at around $50, a piece, or they can swap out the old ones for $11 a tire... I went with the swap. Multiply that by 5 tires.... new ones seem kinda pricey...
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How about the TPM's?
No TPMS. I had them up for 600 and 500 and they were on craigslist for a while...I wanted to just unload them so I settled for less.
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How about the TPM's?
The TPMS sensors have different frequencies for a 14 and 10. They won't work.
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Old 07-08-2014, 09:28 AM   #11
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Well, that stinks! I thought that was an OK deal.
Isn't there anyway to turn that monitoring system off? At that point, who cares...
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Well, that stinks! I thought that was an OK deal.
Isn't there anyway to turn that monitoring system off? At that point, who cares...
AEV Procal will turn it off. $159 from Quadratec
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AEV Procal will turn it off. $159 from Quadratec
Yeah, I heard that. I also plan to get a lift, wheels and tires down the road, needing it at that point anyway, right?

It turns it completely off? Any reasons to really have the system functional?? Is it easy to turn off??
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I can also verify that the TPMS won't work. I have 2013 Sahara wheels on my 2012. I get a constant light on my dash and just ignore it. I have the old sensors still in my factory wheels sitting in the garage. The light is not bothersome enough for me to have them swapped yet. You can get your current ones swapped into the new wheels at a tire shop then sell the newer ones and make back the money spent to swap them. That is what I plan to do unless somebody buys my Sport wheels and wants them in. In that case I will just turn it off with a procal as mentioned. Until then it is only one chime when starting then a dim light.
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Sounds like that might be the way to go. I think the deal is gone but there will be another...

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