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2011 Ranger Sport Wheels/Tires Appraisal

I no-longer have use for my factory 2011 Ranger Sport wheels and am looking to get rid of them. They are the factory y-spoke 16 inch wheels with original factory tires and TPMS sensors.

I'm looking for input as to how much I should be able to sell them for. The wheels have never been curbed but seem to have a tiny bit of the usual wear on the rims where the clearcoat starts to peel/bubble up a little bit. The tires have 28,000 miles on them but still have some tread.

I'm also not sure if I should bother removing the TPMS sensors and selling those separately... do people care to buy those? If so, how much?

Any input is appreciated.
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Well I would pull the sensors for you to have. They are programmed to your truck. Might as well keep em and get rid of the TPMS light.
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Yeah, I was considering that but I didn't bother because 1) I would have to pay someone to remove the tires first, and 2) I got my new wheel/tire combo from discounttire. They installed and balanced the tires for free, so i would have to pay someone to remove them, install the sensors, and then reinstall the tires.

I'm curious if they are worth anything, on or off the wheels.

Maybe I'll just start taking offers for the whole package.
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Do what I did. Not my picture but the same idea.

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pvc tube with TPMS sensors inside. fill the tube with air and strap it under the truck. No more tpms light.
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Do what I did. Not my picture but the same idea.



pvc tube with TPMS sensors inside. fill the tube with air and strap it under the truck. No more tpms light.
Damn, why didn't I think of that? Crap, just spent $180 in new bands for tire/wheel install. ARGG
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I got my TPMS sensors mounted into the spare tire. As long as its at 30PSI, no light
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I got my TPMS sensors mounted into the spare tire. As long as its at 30PSI, no light
How are they all mounted on the spare?
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How are they all mounted on the spare?
The Ranger uses strap style TPMS. So, all you got to do is mount them all ont the one same strap in the spare tire, inflate her to recommended pressure, and voila.
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The Ranger uses strap style TPMS. So, all you got to do is mount them all ont the one same strap in the spare tire, inflate her to recommended pressure, and voila.
So simple its brilliant! Thanks!
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So simple its brilliant! Thanks!
No worries buddy
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