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Old 05-01-2011, 12:10 PM   #43
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Nothing wrong with thumping the duals at each stop. I do it also. When someone posts something other than the norm he sure gets the tar and feather treatment. I got the same treatment for my "fresh water care" article, but that's another story and not for this discussion. I, for one, want to hear ALL ideas and learn all DIFFERENT ways to do things. That's what makes this forum interesting. The reader takes it all in and then makes a decision on the best way for himself. Happy Trails, Joe
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Old 05-01-2011, 08:20 PM   #44
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Lots of good systems out there. I have used the TST 510 system for over two years and love it. I only use the standard small antenna and have never lost the signal for my toad. Great system!
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Lots of good systems out there. I have used the TST 510 system for over two years and love it. I only use the standard small antenna and have never lost the signal for my toad. Great system!
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I have a question about the sending units on the TST system. I put 94 lbs in the tire as measured by my gauge. The sending unit is transmitting 87 pounds to the receiving unit. The other units match pretty well with the gauge readout.
Any suggestions?
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This could be just a manufacturers tolerance. Just about all products have built in tolerances which is why we have flexible parameters that we set so we don't get "false" alarms. With our TST, as long as it is close and no alarms are going off, we just don't worry about it.
If it really concerns you, you could e-mail TST and ask what the mfg tolerance is which would set your mind at ease. Di

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I have a question about the sending units on the TST system. I put 94 lbs in the tire as measured by my gauge. The sending unit is transmitting 87 pounds to the receiving unit. The other units match pretty well with the gauge readout.
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I have a question about the sending units on the TST system. I put 94 lbs in the tire as measured by my gauge. The sending unit is transmitting 87 pounds to the receiving unit. The other units match pretty well with the gauge readout.
Any suggestions?
According to the info on TST's FAQ page the sensor accuracy is +/- 0.73 psi
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I have a question about the sending units on the TST system. I put 94 lbs in the tire as measured by my gauge. The sending unit is transmitting 87 pounds to the receiving unit. The other units match pretty well with the gauge readout.
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I have never noticed a discrepancy of that magnitude. In fact mine all read right on the money compared to my dial type truck gauge. Something is amiss there. Do you have an extension on that tire that may be pinched or something?
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I think there is only one place to go for the answer and that is TST. It is there product and they should certainly give you the correct answers and remove and doubt you may have. Di
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Hal, that TPMS sold by Camping World is identical to my Hawkshead. I don't understand it but take a close look and see what you think.
Mike, do you monitor the toad too, and do you need a remote transmitter to do it?
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