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Old 12-03-2010, 12:30 AM   #1
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tire monitor

wold like info on tire pressure monitors
pressure pro sts pressure or hawkshead tpms
are thay aney good
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There are, literally, dozens of threads on TPM systems here. If you click on the word Search in the teal tool bar (with the down arrow next to it) & type in tire pressure monitoring & then click on Go, you'll bring up all the threads on the subject.

That should give you a bunch of reading until the new day starts & more members come online who can give you current feedback.

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Old 12-03-2010, 05:27 AM   #3
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TPMS

after reading most of the post here I decided on the HawksHead system They all seem to do the same thing but HawksHead system lets you change the batteries.
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valve steam

do you all used mettle steams
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I've had my Doran 360 TPMS for over 2 years now. I hate to say it but if I were to buy another one I would not go with the Doran because I've had three sensors die already and at $30 a pop it adds up.

I use metal stems on the coach but short rubber ones on the toad.

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autojohn, All tire pressure monitoring systems recommend full metal valve stems to avoid air leakage.
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We've been very happy with our TST system. It has saves us several times since we bought it. Diana
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