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Old 07-09-2015, 05:44 PM   #15
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I'm another vote for PressurePro. Easy to set up... and then it just works.
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Old 07-09-2015, 09:36 PM   #16
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I also went with the EEZ system and really like it. Extremely easy to set up. I liked the fact it has English verbage on the screen for warnings instead of just icons. I installed mine and didn't realize I left it on unattended for several days. The battery in the monitor died, and would not recharge. In fact the whole unit was simply dead. Tom exchanged the monitor for me and all is good. I also went with the non-flow through sensors. Its a nicer looking unit imo, as it doesn't have the rubber antenna on the side.
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Old 07-09-2015, 09:56 PM   #17
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my choice and why

I am on my second system from tst, I went with the flow through sensors as they allowed for battery replacement and that was important to me, now when I felt my flow through sensors were sticking out to far on my car hauler wheels, mike took back my used flow throughs and sent me the smaller non flow throughs for the trailer no charge, no questions which coincidently takes me to why I choose TST the second time, Mike and his crew take their customer service seriously, to me they appear to have our interest and safety as their first priority, I cant speak to the other companys supplying similiar equipment but TST, has the best customer service I have experienced in my short 50 plus years on this planet, that to me along with the fact that my system works flawlessly on my 40 plus footer with 30 feet of trailer behind without mssing a beat, yes I have a repeater, and I have replaced tha batteries, so if ease of use customer service and dependability is important, Give the TST system a try.

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Old 07-10-2015, 12:19 PM   #18
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Thank you Moxy!
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Thank you Moxy!

No need to thank me Mike, just saying the truth, you and your crew are the best, I recommend your stuff to all my friends and anyone who will listen, your customer service has earned you one customer for life, its one thing to get something, its another to get questions answered immediatly, to get parts and service quickly and the feeling that there is nothing you wouldnt do to esure customer satisfaction and safety, I wish there were other companies supplying products that had the integrity that TST has demonstrated to me, keep up the good work.

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Old 07-11-2015, 11:53 AM   #20
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I have a tire minder, no issues in over 4 years of use. Also its easy to add more sensors as needed.
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Old 07-11-2015, 12:12 PM   #21
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What do you guys consider a good tire pressure monitoring system for 6 wheels that is fairly simple to install and is a unit that allows adding air without removing the system better or not? Thanks.

Ric, I use the TireTraker system. I chose it because I wanted the "cap" type sensors instead of the flow-through, so there is no chance of air leaking from the valve stem. At the time they had the best price on a system with 10 sensors and a remote booster! The sensor batteries are user-replaceable, available most anywhere!
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Old 07-11-2015, 12:54 PM   #22
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I bought the TST, just got back from first trip with it. Boxing it up and sending it back. A lot of people said they loved it, which is why I purchased it. No thanks, might try another brand or just skip it all together, ours was way too much trouble for what its worth.

This makes me really curious as to what kind of troubles this system posed for you?



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I spoke with DEGORED and we are going to figure out what is going and correct and problem he is having.
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I spoke with DEGORED and we are going to figure out what is going and correct and problem he is having.
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I have the TST system and the only problem I had was I set the alerts a little closer than I should have to the pressures I was carrying in the tires. I love the peace of mind the system gives me and found it easy to program and use. I just put new batteries in all the sensors and found that easy to do. I do not have the flow thru sensors and am happy with the non flow thrus.
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Old 07-13-2015, 08:22 PM   #25
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Another vote EEZRV easy to install simple to use. Also snap to order.
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Used to be a Pressure Pro dealer/distributor. Then I bought a TST system for our Dutch Star. Our new to us Magna has the Smartire II system but the sensors are starting to go bad so I'll put the TST on it.
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Old 07-13-2015, 08:46 PM   #27
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I too bought EEZRV for 6 tires. Easy to install. I'd buy it again.
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