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Was losing air for last few weeks, found a leak in a tire valve. It's leaking where it goes through the rim. I took it out and it was starting to tear. I have 4th gen rims and I believe the size is Tr413 .453" My question is can I use any valve or does it have to be a truck specific. I have some Milton ones that I use on everything else, just not sure of psi rating. The one that came out used to have tpms sensor attached to it, po kept the sensors when I got the rims, valve works without the sensor.  

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Good question. I would give your local tire shop a call. I would consider a metal stem if possible that bolts to the wheel. That would be better bet for sealing and prevent leakage. As for standard pull thru stems, I'm not sure what the size of the rim hole has to be. 

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