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Old 01-20-2011, 12:42 PM   #99
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Hi Jim,

Equal balance powder will not interfere with your system or its operations.

Thank you for your order and travel in safety!

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Thanks for the response Dan. I look forward to this mod. Jim
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Will TST be in Quartzsite? If so, please post a location so we can find you. Thanks, HarveyP
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:41 PM   #101
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I ordered a TST 510RV 6 sensor system yesterday based on the many good reviews on this forum for the TST.

Thanks everyone for the wealth of information!
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Old 02-09-2011, 06:02 PM   #102
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Hello all,

I am Dan Covington, an owner of Truck System Technologies, Inc.

We do not seek to compromise the friendly, informative nature of this forum.

I am starting this thread as an area for forum members to go to with questions about tire pressure monitoring...

I welcome any questions you may have about our systems..

Thank You!

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507 system with 2 tire sensors cost 100-dollars more than the older system. The cost of the new style and old style sensors are the same at 2 for $100. So the cost extra should be linked to the receiver so why does a 10 tire system work out to $160 more than the 2 tire system which uses the same receiver? It tends to go against logic.
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Old 02-09-2011, 06:52 PM   #103
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I was getting ready to get on the road yestrday and I misplaced the manual for my Model 507 System.

What I needed to do was install a new sensor. I rec'd a Quick Installation Guide from the office via eMail and I have to tell you that the paper was well written, suscinct and easily understood. I was able to apply the instruction without any issue and it worked on the very first attempt.

Programming the 507 sensor was a breeze and I did it while the sensor was installed on the valve stem. Using the display on battery, it was absolutely great that I was able to program the sensor in less than 30 seconds.

Although I asked for a PDF file, the file only came in a Word 2007 format.

Please download and use the PDF (attached) at your discretion and "Thank You" for the document.
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Old 02-09-2011, 08:42 PM   #104
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So whats with this TPMS Safety Tire Pressure Monitor System 4 Sensor 907SE - eBay (item 290532524386 end time Feb-15-11 23:07:36 PST) Looks just like the TST 507 system but made in China??
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It's the 510 system which I have.
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Old 02-09-2011, 10:28 PM   #106
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Will you have a booth at the Perry, Ga Reunion???
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Hello everyone. I'm hoping you guys can help me solve a problem with my TST system. I received the TST system yesterday and am installing it today. I installed the transmitters on both the front tires and both of the two inner rear tires with no issues. The problem I'm having is installing the transmitters on the two outer rear tires. I have 3 inch valve stems on the two outer rear tires and they are turned in and slightly down toward the slots in the rim. When I try to install the transmitters on these two tires the transmitters hit the rim inside the slots and prevent me from screwing onto the valve stem straight(see attached photo of valve step position). Have any of you had this problem and is their a way to solve it other than installing new stems and facing them out away from the rim toward the outside of the tire? Any help or thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks
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I had a tire store turn those valves. They let out some air and turned them 90 degrees.
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Has anyone used the 510 sensors with the 507 monitor? If the only difference is the 510 you have to send the sensor back to change the battery, 507 you can replace the battery yourself. I was curious if they were interchangeable
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Will you have a booth at the Perry, Ga Reunion???
Yes, we will be at the Perry GA Reunion. We will have our distributor on site with either a company representative or myself....

Please stop by our booth and visit... We would love to see you!

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Hello everyone. I'm hoping you guys can help me solve a problem with my TST system. I received the TST system yesterday and am installing it today. I installed the transmitters on both the front tires and both of the two inner rear tires with no issues. The problem I'm having is installing the transmitters on the two outer rear tires. I have 3 inch valve stems on the two outer rear tires and they are turned in and slightly down toward the slots in the rim. When I try to install the transmitters on these two tires the transmitters hit the rim inside the slots and prevent me from screwing onto the valve stem straight(see attached photo of valve step position). Have any of you had this problem and is their a way to solve it other than installing new stems and facing them out away from the rim toward the outside of the tire? Any help or thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks
Looks like you already have the metal valve stems. You might try letting a little air out and loosening the nut on the stem and turning it. I had metal ones added to mine and they extend inside of the rim by about an inch.
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Hello everyone. I'm hoping you guys can help me solve a problem with my TST system. I received the TST system yesterday and am installing it today. I installed the transmitters on both the front tires and both of the two inner rear tires with no issues. The problem I'm having is installing the transmitters on the two outer rear tires. I have 3 inch valve stems on the two outer rear tires and they are turned in and slightly down toward the slots in the rim. When I try to install the transmitters on these two tires the transmitters hit the rim inside the slots and prevent me from screwing onto the valve stem straight(see attached photo of valve step position). Have any of you had this problem and is their a way to solve it other than installing new stems and facing them out away from the rim toward the outside of the tire? Any help or thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks
On second thought I think I have seen valve extenders somewhere. Don't know why they wouldn't work. Just keep them tight.
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