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Old 06-17-2019, 09:20 AM   #1
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TPMS systems get more expensive when you start looking at systems that have higher numbers of sensors. A 6 sensor array plus a 4 sensor array are less expensive than a 10 sensor array. Has anyone ever tried to use a 4 sensor, and a 6 sensor array to monitor 10 tires?
I am thinking of putting the 6 sensor array on the RV, and the 4 sensor array on the trailer.
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Old 06-17-2019, 11:45 AM   #2
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I've never done that. I currently have an EezTire system that handles 10 tires. When I looked, that was much cheaper than getting a 6 and a 4. What systems are you looking at? Are you sure the only difference between those systems is the number of sensors? Might be comparing apples to oranges.
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Old 06-17-2019, 03:28 PM   #3
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TPMS systems get more expensive when you start looking at systems that have higher numbers of sensors. A 6 sensor array plus a 4 sensor array are less expensive than a 10 sensor array. Has anyone ever tried to use a 4 sensor, and a 6 sensor array to monitor 10 tires?
I am thinking of putting the 6 sensor array on the RV, and the 4 sensor array on the trailer.
Hello John. I will chime in on this one as I just purchased a TPMS for my new to me 2004 Itasca Horizon DP. I researched many different manufactures and read posts from different forums on them. Like most everything else, you will have people who are happy with what they bought and those that will give two thumbs down when they didn't like the way a particular one performed. In my research the TST system had the most good reviews (and some bad ones, as did all the ones I looked at).
I went with the TST TST-507-RV-6-C Cap Sensor Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Color - 6 Pack from etrailer (I am not a spokesperson for them. I bought other items from them and are happy with their pricing/delivery and customer service).
Here's a link https://www.rvupgradestore.com/TST-6...507-rv-6-c.htm

This system has a color screen and comes with 6 sensors. Additional sensors can be purchased separately. The system will monitor up to 38 tires. The monitor can be removed and placed into your toad to monitor the tires on it when you are away from your MH and tooling around in the toad.
The Eez tire system that Itchytoe has was a close second, but felt the TST would suit me best. There are several systems to chose from so pick the one that you fee will suit your needs best.

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