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Old 04-09-2008, 09:20 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by 68 Overlander
I just saw this today TB, didn't mean to ignore you. We (and PressurePro) prefer metal stems to prevent flexing of the stem. There have been no problems that I'm aware of but metal is just better all around. I would recommend anybody purchasing new tires to change to metal stems regardless of whether or not they are installing a TPMS.
No problem...we have used the PPros on the rubber stems that can with the unit so far without any problems, but will switch to metal when we replace the tires... So far we have been very pleased with the PPros, and feel they ass a new dimension of safety and peace of mind on the road. We do watch the tires and cold pressure very carefully and check the tires (and lug bolt torque) before every trip...and is part of our "getting ready" routine.

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