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Old 04-01-2016, 01:49 PM   #29
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I call EEZ RV on 3-30 and ordered the TPMS with the repeater and it arrived today 4-1. Everything as ordered. Haven't had time to install, heavy rain today. Maybe this weekend. Now that's fast response.
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Old 04-02-2016, 08:46 AM   #30
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I am also installing a TPMS this spring. eerv had been my choice until I noticed the EK210 on Amazon. This unit is $ 100 cheaper and seems to do all the same functions. Only 1 review but positive. Anybody have one of these units?
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Old 04-02-2016, 09:56 AM   #31
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I bought the EZ monitoring system last month with 10 sensors. Great price, great support, I set different pressures for each axle and did not need a repeater on a 40 foot coach. Great system.
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Dw got us the TST 507. One was bad so they sent a new sensor. I do not like the display unit, its too small and hard to see even with the illumination on. It needs to have more contrast. It covers the coach and toad with no problem.
Our TST507 has 10 sensors. On a recent trip it alarmed that 2 toad tires were under inflated. The toad was back at the house 100 miles away!!!
I put the display in front of the steering wheel on the dash with velcro., I can see it better and reach it to turn it off.
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Old 04-04-2016, 11:00 PM   #33
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My coach came with a Pressure Pro System installed but with the batteries failing. I bought new sensors and will be installing them. I am curious what the poster who said they "fell behind the curve" meant.
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Old 04-04-2016, 11:08 PM   #34
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. . .EEZ Rv system is easily read with large display; also has a loud beeper for those bad ears. . .IMMEDIATE help was available for me today as I wanted to change my parameters. . .Good product & service, , ,
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I'm a new Class A owner and am in the market for a TPMS. Are there any advantages or disadvantages of the flowthru sensors?
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I'm a new Class A owner and am in the market for a TPMS. Are there any advantages or disadvantages of the flowthru sensors?
I didn't get the flowthru just because they were longer and I feared they would be damaged sticking out of the wheel further.
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Decided on and ordered the EEZtire 10 non-flow through with a repeater. Shouldf be here next week so we'll see how it goes. Price, monitor size, sensor size and simplicity were deciding factors.
I have been studying all the post and that is my deciding factor. A 1.5 inch viruses a 3 inch monitor made sense to me.
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I tried the flow-through sensors first and was very frustrated with them. The air flow through them is incredibly slow if any moves at all. I was able to return the flow through and exchange them for the regular sensors.
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Agree--the flow-thru sensors fill pretty slow. I have had them for a couple years and have gotten used to it. Initial thought was that you dont have to remove sensor to fill tire but in retrospect, removing the sensor is probably not a big hassle.....
PS--not sure how other brands work but on the rare occasion that you leave the toad behind and just drive the coach, the TST gets a bit confused as to the status of the toad. There is probably a simple solution like turning the monitor off completely but given how rare it is to leave the toad, I dont really care....
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I know with the EEZRV system you just push a button on the Monitor and it unlinks the toad from the monitor. When you hook up again you push it again and it reconnects. Very simple.
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I know with the EEZRV system you just push a button on the Monitor and it unlinks the toad from the monitor. When you hook up again you push it again and it reconnects. Very simple.
Tireminder TM66 or the 1A1 has the quick disconnect for a toad set up or trailer as well. Plus it auto shuts down and auto turns on when it detects movement in the coach. I am very happy with my TM66 set up. Excellent customer service as well.
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