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JIMMY034

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Posted: 06/20/19 06:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I bought a TireMinder TPMS (for anyone unfamiliar with what this is, it's a Tire Pressure Monitoring System) and it looks like really good quality. It was easy to install and it has the solar powered display that can also be powered by a micro-USB cable. Displays tire pressures and temps, batteries supposedly last 6 to 8 months and are easy to replace. The sensors screwed right onto the valvestems. I mounted the 'repeater' in the front storage compartment. I installed it at the dealer when I picked up our trailer after being repaired. Seemed to work very well. Anyone else use this? Or a different brand?


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TST with similar set up.

Piece of mind.


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Yep. Peace of mind.

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Bipeflier wrote:

TST with similar set up.

Piece of mind.


X2, TST here too. Tireminder is another good one. Won't leave home without it.


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Have had a TST for quite a few years. Definitely gives peace of mind while driving, especially on long distance, hours long, drives.

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BB_TX wrote:

Have had a TST for quite a few years. Definitely gives peace of mind while driving, especially on long distance, hours long, drives.


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EEZTire TPMS here. Glad I have it.


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TST 507 here for the past 9 years full time. I did just purchase a new monitor. The original mono one still works fine, but the new color monitor just sucked me right in. The only problem is they reversed which item is on each side of the screen. With the new color monitor the pressure is on the right vs the original mono screen with the pressure on the left. I have to reprogram my brain I guess.


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I use the Tire Minders, very happy with them and also enjoy the peace of mind while towing


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Posted: 06/21/19 07:50am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2X on the TireMinder.


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