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Old 09-14-2010, 11:52 AM   #1
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Pressure-Pro Dealer?

About 8-10 years ago I bought a Pressure-Pro tire pressure monitoring system from a guy here on IRV2.. maybe it was the old forum.. don't remember. I have really been pleased with it.. and I'm surprised the batteries are still good in the sensors.

A friend just bought a TT and i suggested he look into the 6 wheel package.

The question I have is.. does anyone know his name.. He was all over IRV2 as a RV'er who sold these as added income for himself.

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The question I have is.. does anyone know his name.. He was all over IRV2 as a RV'er who sold these as added income for himself.
Bill, There a new show in town and what we are seeing as a very popular product is a system from Truck Systems Technologies. The TST System does both pressure and temperature.

TST is a participant in our Technical Chat Room on a bi-monthly basis and Dan Covington has developed quite a following. Dan said that he trying to plan on coming to the 10th Anniversary Rally here in Myrtle Beach to meet up with the iRV2 folks that he chats with on our site.

I expect that Dan will be offering a seminar during the course of the rally if he comes and I bet that will be very well received.

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I hope Dan shows up,I'm interested!
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Great White, I think you will be surprised at the technological advances made in TPMS design in just the past couple years. Perhaps a PP dealer somewhere will make you a good deal on trade-in of your present unit. If not, I encourage you to check out RV Tire Systems. I bought a 4 tire system last July 1, immediately left on a trip. I experienced all 4 tires failing from ply separation at the same time. My TST receiver alerted me to high tire temperatures or I would not have known until they blew out and/or the low pressure alarm sounded.
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