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Old 10-12-2015, 10:48 AM   #1051
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Old 10-16-2015, 06:24 PM   #1052
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Attn TST: 507 Sensor Gasket Part Number

It was suggested in an earlier post that when changing the 507 Sensor CR1632 battery, the cover sealing gasket should be changed as well.

Do you have a part number so I might order 12 of the gaskets?

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Old 10-17-2015, 06:59 AM   #1053
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Give Mike a call at the above number. He's very helpful for any needs.
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Old 10-18-2015, 08:30 AM   #1054
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Ford E450 compatible?

Before buying:
Will the 507 either flow-thru or non-flow wheel senders fit 2014 Ford E450 front wheels factory valve stems and wheel covers without modifying the hole in the wheel covers?

I had a similar system on our 2003 Class III but was not happy with the intermittent response of 1 or 2 senders. Probably just was not making good contact with the valve core.
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Old 10-18-2015, 09:36 AM   #1055
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Question TPMS Monitor Quiz

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All Motorhome tire pressures are set to 95 psi at an ambient temperature of 67 degrees F. The monitor high pressure alarm is set to 114 psi (20% above 95 degrees) and 86 psi (10% below 95 degrees) and high temperature alarm is set to 158 degrees F.

The next morning, when your ready to start the trip, the outside air temperature is now 36 degrees F and when the TST Monitor is turned "ON"; the low tire pressure alarm is triggered because the tire pressures have fallen to 84 and 85 psi.

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Do you now re-air the tires back to 92 psi (tire inflation adjustment @ -1 psi per 10 degrees F temperature drop) or just start your trip and allow the tire pressure to increase naturally as the tires get warmed up to their operating temperature?
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Old 10-18-2015, 10:47 AM   #1056
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Add air. You will not create a problem by getting the air pressure above the minimum pressure for the max load on the sidewall.

Plenty of info here on cold tire inflation:
RV Tire Safety: Cold Inflation
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Old 10-21-2015, 02:28 PM   #1057
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It was suggested in an earlier post that when changing the 507 Sensor CR1632 battery, the cover sealing gasket should be changed as well.

Do you have a part number so I might order 12 of the gaskets?

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We send them free of charge. Please just call our office and we will get them on the way to you.

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Old 10-21-2015, 04:18 PM   #1058
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TST TPMS Systems

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I purchased your system 3 years ago for my Excel Toyhauler (triple axle) and use it all the time when traveling with the trailer. I find the system to be a great asset to our travels. Knowing the PSI and Temperature of each tire is comforting.

Up until recently I use nitrogen in my tow vehicle tires (2013 Chevy dually) and really didn't worry about those tires. However, I now have new tires with just air for inflation and thought it would be a good idea to purchase 6 more sensors to add to the entire system and attempted to purchase them at the Phoenix Good Sam Rally this past March. I was shocked at the cost of each sensor! I paid $219.00 for the system which included the monitor and 6 sensors when I originally both the system. Buying 6 sensors is going to cost a $300. Needless to say I was disappointments and past on the purchase.



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Old 10-23-2015, 11:10 AM   #1059
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Old 11-01-2015, 02:30 PM   #1060
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My TST system recently saved me a real headache.

We have a two-axle travel trailer and a single-axle utility trailer that we regularly tow. When we tow the single-axle trailer, I put the other two sensors on the rear wheels of the truck, as a low rear tire is a bit harder to feel than a front.

We stopped just about dusk at a town thirty miles shy of our evening destination in western Oklahoma to grab a bite. When we came back to the truck the monitor had started alerting, and showed one rear truck tire low. Since the tire still had 40 pounds in it, I drove slowly to the nearest station's tire hose island, and topped the tire off.

It was now after dark, so I parked under an adjacent parking lot light to find the "nail". Surprise! No leak could be found at all until I moved the stem a bit. Never had a stem leak before, but that's what it was.

I was able to conveniently put on a spare with benefit of lights and a hard surface instead of somewhere remote alongside I-40 in the dark, all thanks to knowing that I was losing air, albeit slowly.

Thanks to my -507, I didn't have the risk of changing a tire in a dangerous location, and didn't flat-run an almost-new tire.

A local tire shop got me all fixed up in the morning, and I was only delayed a total of an hour or so.

Total savings: About $200 for the tire, and no worries for my safety.

Thanks, again, TST!

Guess I should place an order for a couple more sensors, huh?

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Old 11-01-2015, 02:39 PM   #1061
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Thank you for the update, and it's agreed time for the rest of the sensors.

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Guess I should place an order for a couple more sensors, huh?

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Old 11-01-2015, 07:41 PM   #1062
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One of my rear 507 sensors wasn't registering so I pulled it and changed the battery. It still isn't registering. Not even a low air alarm, and the monitor shows nothing. Never had this happen before. Any thoughts on getting it to work? Wonder if it's disconnected itself from the monitor?
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Old 11-01-2015, 08:21 PM   #1063
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Give Mike Benson a call with TST at 770-889-9102, he will work it out.
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Old 11-03-2015, 08:20 AM   #1064
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One of my rear 507 sensors wasn't registering so I pulled it and changed the battery. It still isn't registering. Not even a low air alarm, and the monitor shows nothing. Never had this happen before. Any thoughts on getting it to work? Wonder if it's disconnected itself from the monitor?
Please call 770-889-9102 me and we will troubleshoot the sensor, and get you backing up and running.

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