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Old 06-08-2014, 08:35 PM   #57
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TST 507 for me, ten flow-through sensors, no repeater necessary, works great.
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Old 06-09-2014, 07:18 AM   #58
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I leave the camera on an check regularly.
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You can see your toad's tires in your rear view camera/monitor?

I drive with my camera on also.
I would notice if my toad went missing.
A flat tire?... not so much.

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I have a jeep TJ, so yes it's easy to see the tires. Or hang something from the rear view to alert you that something is wrong.
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Old 06-13-2014, 06:54 AM   #60
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TST 507 for me, ten flow-through sensors, no repeater necessary, works great.

I agree that the non-flow throughs work better. The flow through sensors can have issues with common valve stems and deflate your tires without warning.
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We run the TST TPMS on the toad--non flow-through has worked better for us than the flow through. I've been assured from TST that the technology is the same, but my experience begs to differ.

Agree that non flow-through work better. Flow-through sensors are finicky about valve stems. Came out one morning and found four flat tires. TST explained that some tapered valve stems won't work. They cheerfully swapped them for the non-flows.
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My right front toad tire runs a little warmer due to exhaust. I also found out that sensor and valve stem extention on inside duals and not compatible they corroded together and one other sensor leaked.
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