I have a TPMS that includes the spare in my Phaeton and it lays horiziontal, in the trunk. But I think you need to try it, Words are opinions, The antenna to antenna orientation etc. Who know unless it's been tried. Good Luck.Ski Zero said:I'll talk to my tire guy tomorrow. I just wanted to know if it would still work or not if it's vertical v. horizontal.
I AM talking about either or both!ekaxel said:"I have a TPMS that includes the spare in my Phaeton and it lays horizontal, in the trunk. But I think you need to try it, Words are opinions, The antenna to antenna orientation etc. Who know unless it's been tried. Good Luck."
I believe we are talking about the orientation of the sensor inside the wheel, not how the tire is sitting in/on the car.
Eddy' wheel probably did not have a well wide enough for the sensor to lay flat. If it has to stick up, it can interfere with the tire as it is being mounted, or as Eddy's tire guy said, get damaged by a flat.
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I guess I need to add more photos to my gallery. Basically the B-Quite stuff (internet bought) is a low cost version of the Expensive well know stuff (forgot name )ekka said:Hi Grip
Good luck your sale and hope the Mo finds a lovin' owner soon and thanks for the your response on the Xbox power supply post previosly.
Very interested in your efforts to reduce road nose, how did you go about that ?
Saw these in your list of mods
B-Quite Supreme, sound damper matting
External Sound triple Undercoated (personally coated NO over lap me