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Old 03-07-2010, 11:32 AM   #1
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A good example of why a TPMS is good!

Watch this video.
YouTube - EquipmentSupplyCo's Channel

A good TPMS will alarm for over temp as well as over pressure.

By the time we find out withou a TPMS it's too late.

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Old 03-07-2010, 01:14 PM   #2
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Thank you. That was an incredible video, who knew!!
I can't imagine driving without a TPMS.
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Never would have imagined that. Pretty scary. Thanks for the video.
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What was the robot doing that started this chemical reaction? I couldn't tell in the video.

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The Robot was Welding. But other things can cause the problem, like locked brakes, or using a torch to loosen lug nuts.

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Very good. I need to share that video. Education is the keyword in prevention.
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You can't put into words the level of comfort you have with a TPMS as you run down the road being able to see the pressure and temperatures fluxuate with your speed and road conditions. I never imagined the difference between cold and hot tires.
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