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Larryr201

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Posted: 11/14/17 05:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hello All,

Starting to research TPMS Systems for both RV(6 tires) and tow vehicle with four down. I use the RVI 2 brake system that has the ability to monitor 4 transmitters, but I would much rather monitor all tires! Any feedback (positive & negative) about what others use would be much appreciated.
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I have the TST system and like it. About 3 years after buying it, the receiver quit working on battery. It would only work if plugged in. Even though it was out of warranty, the company sent me a new receiver free of charge. It will do more than enough tires for you.

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TST here also. Awesome system and you can set it up for multiple tires.

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X2 on the TST system. We have their 507 system with user replaceable sensor batteries, and are very satisfied with it. TST customer service is very responsive and helpful.


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Have used PressurePro for years. Only American made TPMS I'm aware of and just work great. Saved my butt twice.

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When I talked to the Tire Patrol People a year ago they claimed their system was made in the USA including the circuit boards.

But I have two issues with the Tire Patrol.

First it is out of stock and has been for the last 6 months.

Second when the system sets overnight the sensors go to sleep and do not wake up until the tire rotates.

I like to check my pressures early in the morning before the sun gets to the tires.

Then if there is a problem I have time to correct the problem instead of finding out after I have gone down the road a piece.

Of the systems currently available that I am aware of the Pressure Pro is the best system.

I particularly like the 15 minute notification of a lost signal and the ability to measure the signal level from the sensors with the Pressure Pro.

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Have used the TST system for about six or seven years now. Been all over the country. If I lost the system, I would replace it with another TST before our next trip.

I highly recommend replacing all of the batteries and orings in the spring before you head out. And don't buy the cheap Amazon batteries.


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RCMAN46 wrote:

When I talked to the Tire Patrol People a year ago they claimed their system was made in the USA including the circuit boards.

But I have two issues with the Tire Patrol.

First it is out of stock and has been for the last 6 months.

Second when the system sets overnight the sensors go to sleep and do not wake up until the tire rotates.

I like to check my pressures early in the morning before the sun gets to the tires.

Then if there is a problem I have time to correct the problem instead of finding out after I have gone down the road a piece.

Of the systems currently available that I am aware of the Pressure Pro is the best system.

I particularly like the 15 minute notification of a lost signal and the ability to measure the signal level from the sensors with the Pressure Pro.

Agree that is a show stopper and he TST imports are a little cheaper but don't think the have the expandable capabilities of the new PressurePro systems. Having visited them and seen the family business, there is no question in my mind the Zaroor's have the nitch on this technology.

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