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Old 11-25-2015, 10:06 AM   #1
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Don't miss out on TST's Thanksgiving Holiday Sale. Starts today and goes through Black Friday at midnight. We are available everyday including Thanksgiving until midnight.
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Old 11-25-2015, 10:48 AM   #2
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Thanks Brian,

I am glad I called, I think it is a good deal compared to what i was seeing at camping world and other sites.
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Old 11-25-2015, 02:54 PM   #3
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Sale price

What is the sale price fora 507 10 wheel system?
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I am thankful that your company lost my part and now I get nothing. And that was after speaking to you Mike.
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Old 11-27-2015, 09:17 PM   #5
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I am thankful that your company lost my part and now I get nothing. And that was after speaking to you Mike.
Please tell me what happened? I am sorry and will rectify this problem.
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What is the sale price fora 507 10 wheel system?
The sale is 10% off, plus a 3 year warranty and free shipping. We also pre program the kit so when you receive it you just install the sensors on the wheels.

I am here until midnight, and Saturday and Sunday until midnight also. 770-889-9102

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Old 11-29-2015, 11:15 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by mcbrian I am thankful that your company lost my part and now I get nothing. And that was after speaking to you Mike

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Well Mike I am surprised that you don't remember speaking to me on November 6th and then again on November 14th. We then exchanged several text messages on your cell phone. I thought you were going to resolve it then but I never heard from you again. I figured you were blowing me off.
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Hi Mike,
I have the 10 set TST system and I purchased two monitors, one for the RV and all 10 tires, and one for the TOAD, just four tires programmed. We talked a few times regarding the readings. I just finished a 3-1/2 month trip. Ran into many MH users who have tire gauges. i purchased two digital gauges and I have one dual manual gauge. All of the manual gauges I have tried are within 1 psi of each other. All the digital gauges I have tried are within 1/2 psi of each other.

Here is my problem. Both TST monitors are 3 pounds lower than the digital and 2+ pounds lower than the analog. There cannot be that many digital and analog gauges on the market that are off by 3 pounds. I'm living with it as I know that when my RV tires on the TST monitor read 106 or 107 psi that I have 109 or 110 psi in the tires, and the same for the TOAD, when the TST monitor reads 32 psi the actual by several different digital gauges is 35 psi. I just set the limits lower.

I'm also wondering if any other users are experiencing the same readings.

In conclusion - I love the system and would purchase again if need be.
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Hi Mike,
I have the 10 set TST system and I purchased two monitors, one for the RV and all 10 tires, and one for the TOAD, just four tires programmed. We talked a few times regarding the readings. I just finished a 3-1/2 month trip. Ran into many MH users who have tire gauges. i purchased two digital gauges and I have one dual manual gauge. All of the manual gauges I have tried are within 1 psi of each other. All the digital gauges I have tried are within 1/2 psi of each other.

Here is my problem. Both TST monitors are 3 pounds lower than the digital and 2+ pounds lower than the analog. There cannot be that many digital and analog gauges on the market that are off by 3 pounds. I'm living with it as I know that when my RV tires on the TST monitor read 106 or 107 psi that I have 109 or 110 psi in the tires, and the same for the TOAD, when the TST monitor reads 32 psi the actual by several different digital gauges is 35 psi. I just set the limits lower.

I'm also wondering if any other users are experiencing the same readings.

In conclusion - I love the system and would purchase again if need be.
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Thanks for the message. You will see a difference from gauges to the sensors. The sensors will be up 1.5+/- and gauges will vary up to 3-4 PSI. I would go by what the sensors read on the monitor. Please call me with any questions. Thanks,
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Here is my problem. Both TST monitors are 3 pounds lower than the digital and 2+ pounds lower than the analog. There cannot be that many digital and analog gauges on the market that are off by 3 pounds. I'm living with it as I know that when my RV tires on the TST monitor read 106 or 107 psi that I have 109 or 110 psi in the tires, and the same for the TOAD, when the TST monitor reads 32 psi the actual by several different digital gauges is 35 psi. I just set the limits lower.

I'm also wondering if any other users are experiencing the same readings.
I have had a similar experience with my TST 507RV system. In my case, five (5) sensors read 2 psi lower than my 2-1/2" diameter analog and my digital gauge which is accurate within plus/minus .5 psi. Sensor number six seems very non-linear and consistently reads 4 to 6 PSI lower than the other five sensors. I sent the odd-ball "sensor six" back to TST two weeks ago for testing, have had a follow-up phone call from Mike, and am still waiting to get my sensor or a replacement back from them.

I now utilize the TPMS as an indicator only and rely on the accuracy of my pressure measuring equipment for setting initial tire pressures.

While I am concerned about its accuracy; I too really like the 507RV TPMS and am looking forward to getting one of the new monitors to be released soon.
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What is your last name so I can check on the sensor, and make sure we sent it back to you.
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Jeff,
Thanks, and that's what I do, just rely on it as an indicator. Going through a car wash I forgot to take the sensor off the TOAD and the car wash pulled my valve stem completely out. There was the unmistakable beep and I immediately knew what happened. Nothing I could do until it got out of the car wash - flat and all. They shut the machine off and searched the trough and found the sensor attached to the valve stem. Sensor still working.
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Curious as to how you know your digital gauge is accurate within +/- .5 psi?
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