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Old 08-28-2012, 05:04 PM   #1
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Default Tpms for summer and winter wheels

I bought a second set of oem Subaru alloys with tires with the intention of putting them on my Impreza, but now I sold the Impreza and have an 09 WRX. I was going to keep them for a summer/winter set but I realized the complications that go with having two sets of tpms. What is the best course of action for me to take to get the tires swapped and make for ease of switching later? The tires I'm on now (all seasons) are basically bald, so I will need new tires before these ones go back on in November, but for now I want these off and the summer set on.
They are both the same wheel (gray 09 premium wheels), so I also debated selling one set.
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