Chrome tire valve stems for aluminum wheels
I'm wanting to have the tire shop install bolt on chrome valve stems on my truck but the ones I purchased from O'Reillys threaded down from the outside of the rim and the tire shop said the inset for the nut wasn't big enough to accomodate it. Therefore I need to find a set of valve stems that has the nut screw on from inside the tire (the tire shop doesn't carry them).
I've found them on eBay, but there's several sets of them with prices of $4.99, $5.99, $7.39, and $12.88. From the pictures they all look the same, so how can I determine which one to order? Is this a case of getting what you pay for? From what I've read, it's easy to strip the threads while tightening the nut but not sure if this depends on the quality of the valve stems.
Has anyone ever ordered and installed this type of metal valve stem, and if so where did you purchase them?
By the way, I'm doing this because I'm using Pressure Pro tire pressure monitoring sensors on the valve stems and traveling at Interstate speed limits I don't want to risk the normal rubber valve stems braking or pulling out of the hole. May never happen but I'm told there's always the possibility.