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Hi all here is my winter set up for Nova Scotia Canada. 20" steel wheels from Costco matched with 275/60R20 Michelin X-Ice Snow.
Does anyone know if OEM TPMS from a 2022 Chev Silverado High Country will work on this 2022 Yukon Denali? Both call for 433mhz. People are saying the TMPS have a signature and will only work on a Silverado. Is that true?
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Should be no problem as long as the frequency is the same, shop is going to have to program them when they install and remount/balance your wheels.
 

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Scored some 2023 Sierra SLE 20” rims for $900, Blizzaks at Discount Tire Cyber Monday Sale for $1035, and 4 TPMS from the dealer using my GM Rewards points. Think they look pretty good on my Satin Steele Metallic. Pretty happy for less than $2k out the door.
 

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Scored some 2023 Sierra SLE 20” rims for $900, Blizzaks at Discount Tire Cyber Monday Sale for $1035, and 4 TPMS from the dealer using my GM Rewards points. Think they look pretty good on my Satin Steele Metallic. Pretty happy for less than $2k out the door.
Ok, now not so happy, just noticed the folks at Discount Tire got the Driver Side tires mounted backwards...guess its back to see them tomorrow.
 

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Cool Set-up, I also have a set of summer tires/wheels and winter tires/wheels. Since I change them myself I bought this TPMS reset tool on Amazon and it works perfect,

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Cool Set-up, I also have a set of summer tires/wheels and winter tires/wheels. Since I change them myself I bought this TPMS reset tool on Amazon and it works perfect,

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I have a similar tool, though I don’t think it’s the same brand, because it seems every time I get my tires rotated the shop can’t be bothered to reset the positions on my sensors…. I got tired of asking them to do it so I ordered the tool on Amazon and it works perfectly.
 
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Scored some 2023 Sierra SLE 20” rims for $900, Blizzaks at Discount Tire Cyber Monday Sale for $1035, and 4 TPMS from the dealer using my GM Rewards points. Think they look pretty good on my Satin Steele Metallic. Pretty happy for less than $2k out the door.
I think you did well for yourself. Looks awesome
 
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Update on the TPMS. Like mentioned earlier I bought a set of TPMS from a 2022 Chev Silverado to put in the 2022 Yukon. Both are 433mhz. They are not compatible with the Yukon. Yukon's use a VIP self learning feature from what I gather and will not pair. I have now been able to secure some OEM ones brought in from another dealer as they are still on national back order. That being said the tires are all built and ill have to pay again to have the tires and rims tore down replace sensors and put back together.
To make it better at least I have sold the current TPMS for the Silverado already and was able to get what I paid for them back!!

Not a huge losss just a couple headaches, time, effort and $$
 

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