You can often choose to use slip-in rubber or bolt-in metal valve stems. We typically prefer the rubber ones, without using the chrome outer covers, as they seem to be the most forgiving towards breakage when impacted by rocks or other debris. We also try to install the shortest ones possible that still allow us to fully access the valve stem with an air chuck. If you have factory or aftermarket tire pressure monitor sensors (TPMS) they’ll typically have a metal stem with some type of metal retention nut on the outside of the wheel. You’ll have to decide whether to keep them or swap to another valve stem type of preference.