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Old 11-21-2017, 10:10 PM   #1
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Thor Outlaw owner looking for advise on TPMS

Which TPMS do you have? Pros/cons, likes/dislikes. I have researched and read reviews and still can't decide I will want to include the toad tires. Thanks!
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I have only used the TST system and it works good. They also have great customer service.
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I have been using the TST 507 on my coach. The toad kit, which is the 510 coupled with the repeater antenna and it has worked flawlessly. I have been using this system for 8 years.
It's easy to set up and the batteries on the 507 can be changed by the user. Plus they do have great customer service.
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X3 on TST.

I have flow through's on coach, toad has non-flow through.

I buy cheap batteries and replace each year, don't wait for them to fail.

System works well, a bit of a pain to program, but only needed to do once.

It would be better if display screen was larger and backlit.
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Challenger, not Outlaw, but we are happy with Tire Minder.
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Old 11-22-2017, 10:50 AM   #6
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I have the Eezrv TPMS (link below). So far, I like it a lot.
I made my decision based on testimonials here on the forum.
I can't compare to any other brand, as this is my first after-market TPMS. It seems to perform as advertised.

http://https://eezrvproduct.com/p/ee...s-systems-info
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We use the TireTraker system for the following reasons:

1. Lifetime warranty

2. Good customer service

3. Cap-type sensors to prevent leakage from the valve stem

4. User-replaceable, low-cost sensor batteries

5. Easy to program and use

6. At the time we bought they had the best price on a system with 10 sensors and a repeater/booster for the rear closet


Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Thanks for the recommendations.
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X3 on TST.

I have flow through's on coach, toad has non-flow through.

I buy cheap batteries and replace each year, don't wait for them to fail.

System works well, a bit of a pain to program, but only needed to do once.

It would be better if display screen was larger and backlit.

After posting this, I checked the TST website. They have a color screen available now for the 507 series, $100. Think I might get it.

My current screen and the newer color screen have a light sensor that can be covered and should make back light stay on all the time, according to the manual on TST website.

If I was buying a new TPMS, a color screen would be a big plus to look for. If you are buying a whole new set, the color screen is only about $50 more. Much easier to see when rolling down the road.
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I have only used the TST system and it works good. They also have great customer service.
Ditto. Bought mine directly from TST and they shipped it to me programmed and ready to go. Thanks Mike!
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