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Old 03-26-2012, 03:07 PM   #1
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Is there anyone out there who has a Rv and trailer using a TPMS. Just what some advice on buying one or not. I have Renegade and 30' trailer.

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Old 03-26-2012, 05:32 PM   #2
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I have a Renegade as well and tow a Suburban behind and do not use a TPMS. Had a class A before and yes I did have them one. I just feel truck tires are more trust worthy than rv tires. Personal felling. I check pressure and condition before each trip, do my walk around during stops, have my cb on and never run with poor tires. So far so good. But who know when one will go flat on the road??? Will I know it?? Maybe but never had the problem so dont know.
I just feel that keeping the proper tire pressure and running with good tires the chance is slim of a problem unless you hit an object that splits the tire open.

Still have my old system for six tires. Let see now I would need one for 14 tires. Plus a signal booster to get from the toad to the cab.

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Old 03-26-2012, 06:17 PM   #3
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I am on my first trip with my new TSP 510. I have been rving for ever and this is the first one I have used. I did quite a bit of researh and finally went with this one. I had a bad sensor out of the box and I have another that is intermittent. This seems to be pretty common. The customer service is outstanding
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:25 AM   #4
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I found one from eezrv products here in Yuma. It looks like it does everything I need 12 censors. The price with 12censors 1 repeater was just under $500.00. My trucker friend said its a must have and said everyone should have one even if just for the safety. The guy beside me blew an inner on a motor home and when all was done it cost him $1600. The tire guy said it was a loose extension .
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