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Old 05-20-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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TPMS Questions

Sounds like you old pros have it figured out w/the air. How about a new topic. Any of you all put on a tpms sysyem on you coach and toad? I am having a tough time with the inside duals. Can't get the right angle so the sensor fits. Also my 06 bounder w/6500k on it wants to wander a bit up at 65-70 mph

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Old 05-20-2012, 07:19 PM   #2
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Hi and welcome to iRV2.

I have moved your post in to its own thread so as not to hijack the thread it was posted in.

Making the sensors fit for some TPMS systems can be a challenge. On mine, the inside duals have metal stems which poke through slots in the outer dual and are held in place by a tight fitting rubber grommet. Inside duals are actually the easiest one to house the sensors on my rig but feel free to use our search function and you'll find tons of reading material on this topic.

Best of luck.

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