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I'm tempted but not sure, I really like the way my car feels the way it is. And tires for 16's are so much cheaper than 18's. Heck, I'm in florida and could even go pick them up to save the shipping.....grr.
 

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The recommended tire pressure for the 18" LTZ wheel is 30 psi, front and rear. How about on the 16"? Are the TPMS units from the 16" compatible to the 18"? Will the buyer not be able to transfer the TPMS units from the 16" to the 18" and need to buy new units?
 

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The recommended tire pressure for the 18" LTZ wheel is 30 psi, front and rear. How about on the 16"? Are the TPMS units from the 16" compatible to the 18"? Will the buyer not be able to transfer the TPMS units from the 16" to the 18" and need to buy new units?
TPMS are coded to the vehicle, not the tire/wheel. They can be transferred to any tire. The monitor is actually a wireless transmitter that's connected to your valvestem (obviously on the inside of the tire). We started putting them on the Saab 9-7x's a year before GM mandated them on all new vehicles.
 

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The recommended tire pressure for the 18" LTZ wheel is 30 psi, front and rear. How about on the 16"? Are the TPMS units from the 16" compatible to the 18"? Will the buyer not be able to transfer the TPMS units from the 16" to the 18" and need to buy new units?
GM also recommends 30PSI F/R on the 16" wheels. I assume the 17" are the same.
 
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