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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-24-2019, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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Harley tire pressure monitors

Did this last night at work. You can put the cvo tire pressure valve stems in an ultra. Go into digital tech and assign them/setup. Blah blah. You have to go under the radio flash and turn on the tire pressure option. Works just fine. Have not tried it on a special rear rim. But I would guess it should work. You just have to tell the guys from now on when you get s tire change that they are in there. The tire machine may reach the dodads cuz we are putting them on the wrong rim. H-D specifies for center valve stem mounts only. That way they are sure to clear the sensor.


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i was gonna ask you about that yesterday as well, but didn't want to hit you with too much at one time, and it isn't like i was gonna buy the sensors right then anyway. figured that could wait....

so, do you guys keep those in stock? (if you need a test mule..... ;D)

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What rim did you put it on? The RGS rims valve stem hole is 11.3 mm and the CVO rim valve stem is 8.3 mm.

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I had this done on my new 2019 RGU before I picked it up. I also had HD Agitator wheels added at the same time. It's a simple thing to do, contrary to some parts people insisting the CVO's have some magical extras to allow the TPMS to work and non-CVO's can't be enabled.
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