So i never knew that i had tpms on the jeep. thought it was an option until this morning when i saw the light come on saying my two front tires where low. It probably came on because this is the first time the jeep has sat outside the garage and it was coooold last night. either way, thats how i figured out that i have this.
Today im going to be putting on some 35"s and wanted to know if there is any value in putting the sensors in the new wheels.
Keep your TPMS. When it gets cold, the EVIC will say too low. You'll have to inflate each tire above 35 psi to get the EVIC to stop saying it. Then you can lower it again to like 32 PSI. That get's to be a pain. Then when you deflate them to do some 4x4ing, again you have the same problem.
Just get yourself a FlashCal from Superchips or a ProCal from AEV. The Procal has dip switches whereas the FlashCal has a screen. I prefer the FlashCal.
I just used my procal today to set my psi to 22psi for my 35" Km2s that I'm running at 28-30psi. The way I figure it, the TPMS will alert me if one is losing enough air that I don't visually notice it.
Especially, since you already have the sensors you would probably be foolish not using them. Usually tire places mounting new tires for you do not charge additional to pull the sensors from old wheels they are taking off your vehicle and their placing the sensors on the new rims/tires they are mounting for you. Oh, for the record your spare has a sensor also.