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Old 05-03-2005, 05:35 AM   #1
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Does anyone have recommendations on a combination of the powder type balancing systems along with the new aftermarket tire pressure monitoring systems? Can they both be used on the same tires and which systems are the best? Heard that powder systems require a different valve stem which may prevent use of pressure monitoring system?
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Does anyone have recommendations on a combination of the powder type balancing systems along with the new aftermarket tire pressure monitoring systems? Can they both be used on the same tires and which systems are the best? Heard that powder systems require a different valve stem which may prevent use of pressure monitoring system?
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I have the Tire Sentry system on my 02'. Just put on Toyo 127's and they were powder balanced (TM300, www.techtirerepairs.com. The package includes a filtered valve core. The tire sentry system does require the special valve. I have not tried them as yet, to see if it works. Make sure you use the rubber valve stem support for the inner rears. Between the extender and the sensor they put a load on the tire valve stem which causes cracking and loss of pressure.

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Old 05-07-2005, 04:09 AM   #4
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Thanks for your response, it was very helpful
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