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Old 06-13-2010, 02:15 PM   #15
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Dan,

I would really appreciate some more views of the new TST TMPS. It's hard to determine which one to choose without being able to see the new monitor display, and pics of the parts that the kit includes.

If you send me one I would be happy to photograph it for you, and post the pics...
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Dan, I just added 4 sensors to cover my toad. In the manual it tells me to press "Mode and -" at the same time when I leave my toad behind in order to stop monitoring those tires. When I rejoin my toad and wish to start monitoring those tires do I press "Mode and +" ?
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Old 06-16-2010, 12:39 PM   #17
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Hello Sgtjoe!

I hope things are good in Utah and I am delighted that your system saved you from a road side debacle!

I was thinking about you the other day, and I am glad to know you are alive, well, and safely rving.

Take care and thank you for your post!

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Old 06-16-2010, 12:41 PM   #18
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Hello Vegasdan!

Yes.. To make your towed reappear, simply press the (MODE) and the (-) key at the same time to make the towed both disappear and reappear.

Monitoring your towed vehicle is a good decision as I cannot tell you how many customers we have that have experienced blowouts with the towed and been completely unaware...

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Old 06-16-2010, 12:45 PM   #19
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Hello Romeo,

We are adding pictures of the new system to our website that will allow you to enlarge them.

We will be including this in the next week or so.

Also, we are adding a downloadable version of both owners manuals to the website as well.

Thank you for your offer to photograph the new system.... Shoot me an email and next time we need pictures, we will keep you in mind.

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Dan,

Since the senors must be removed to make any air adjustments, after setting duals within 1psi of each other, what is considered an acceptable range between cold sensor readings before removing them to verify and or make any adjustments.
That is kind of a tricky question because there are so many variables that effect PSI... For example, tires are sensitive to the point that you will notice fairly significant variances in temperature (which also effects PSI) based upon which side of the rig is in the sun, etc.

Typically, most tires will see an increase in PSI ranging from 10% - 15% over the cold PSI.

I hope I have answered your question, and if not, please re-post and I will try again.

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Old 06-24-2010, 06:38 PM   #21
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Dan,

Sorry I didn't get to the tech chat last night. I didn't see the notice until after it was over.

As for my earlier question, I wasn't clear enough in what I was asking. My question had to do with when to remove the sensors to add or remove air when cold readings differed? For example, initially my rear duals are aired to 95psi and the 4 sensors verify that by registering within 1lb of each other (95,95,95,94), which to me would be considered acceptable. However, subsequent cold readings consistently shows what was an initial 1lb difference as 2lbs. So I guess I'm wanting to know, when comparing cold readings, at what psi difference do I remove the sensor and verify the sensor reading with a gauge? BTW- the sun is not a factor, so the temps are all within a degree of each other. Thank you.
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Hi Dan,
I don't have any TPMS yet but will purchase one in the near future. If I do decide to buy your product, can I do that with your company directly or do you have any authorized distributor on the West Coast side of our country?
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You may purchase directly from us either online or you may phone in your order.... www.tsttruck.com

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Why doesn't anyone answer my inquiry on your contact us page
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Hello Sgt Joe,

The monitor battery can be replaced, however, we do need to send it back to the factory for that.

We would be happy to do that for you.. I hope all is well with you.

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What is the turn around time for replacement batteries once the sensors are received in house? Do you need the display panel as well?
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Can I be notified when the new model becomes availabe? Is there any price difference in what I see for the old model. And will there be a close out price on the old model?

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