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the gt350 and gt350r use either TPMS39 or TPMS45. my 18 R uses TPMS39 . the one in your link above looks to me like TPMS45. one definitive way to find out is to call your local dealer service dept and give them your VIN and they can look it up.
 
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the gt350 and gt350r use either TPMS39 or TPMS45. my 18 R uses TPMS39 . the one in your link above looks to me like TPMS45. one definitive way to find out is to call your local dealer service dept and give them your VIN and they can look it up.
Good idea, thank you.
 

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I got mine from tirerack.com. Just search for your vehicle year and it will show up. I installed them with the wheels and tires, and worked fine from first go, no reset or changes needed.
 

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Tpms 39

I have a set laying around waiting for my new wheels.

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Oh, and another thing, the ones that were shown in the OP thread were rubber stems. The OEM stems are metal to protect against heat. Don't get rubber stems.

The tire rack link in the thread above mine looks to be correct. I would stick with Ford OEM
 
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Oh, and another thing, the ones that were shown in the OP thread were rubber stems. The OEM stems are metal to protect against heat. Don't get rubber stems.

The tire rack link in the thread above mine looks to be correct. I would stick with Ford OEM
Thanks everyone.
 
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