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Old 05-06-2013, 10:26 PM   #1
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TPMS pricing

Ive got new wheels and tires on the way and I am selling my stockers back to the dealer. I plan on having the TPMS transferred to the new tires. What is a reasonable amount to pay for the job? This will include mount and balance of new tires and rims.
The dealer quoted me $160 and they would need the Jeep half the day. This seems a bit overkill on both fronts.
Any advice would be appreciated. And yes I did use the search function but couldn't find anything directly referencing this situation.
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Just had mine rebuilt and 5 new tires mounted and balanced for $112.

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Assuming your having all 5 done, $32 per wheel to dismount the old ones, pull and rebuild the TPMS, mount and balance the new ones. ...sounds really good for a dealer quote.

A place like NTB or Town Fair Tire would probably charge a few bucks less and they don't charge extra for big tires. Most small shops have big surcharges for big tires.
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Assuming your having all 5 done, $32 per wheel to dismount the old ones, pull and rebuild the TPMS, mount and balance the new ones. ...sounds really good for a dealer quote.

A place like NTB or Town Fair Tire would probably charge a few bucks less and they don't charge extra for big tires. Most small shops have big surcharges for big tires.
Sounds a bit more reasonable when you put it that way. What exactly is involved in rebuilding the TPMS?
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