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Old 05-21-2016, 12:04 PM   #1
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Need advice on TPMS system

I am currently in the market for a TPMS kit for my RV and am looking at TST, TireTracker, and Tire Minder. I am wondering if you would mind giving me your opinions on these or any other TPMS systems?

Thank you in advance for taking the time.
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I went with EEZ Tire because I liked the monitor and any alarms are spelled out versus using icons to signal the problem. During the installation I had a couple of questions and called EEZ Tire; they were very helpful so I was a happy camper. All of the systems you mentioned I'm sure are fine. It all comes down to personal preference. The important thing is to have a TPMS.

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With all due respect, did you happen to do a search on this subject?? If not, give it a try as this is one of the most common subjects and comes up almost daily.

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With all due respect, did you happen to do a search on this subject?? If not, give it a try as this is one of the most common subjects and comes up almost daily.
X2 (speaking as one who has initiated one or two of those discussions)

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Here's a link to some previous threads that may assist.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Tpms...com&gws_rd=ssl
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I went with the TireTraker for the reasons below.

1. "Cap" type sensors to prevent the escape of air.

2. Sensor batteries user replaceable.

3. Easy to program and use.

4. At the time I bought, they had the best price on a system with 10 sensors and a repeater to boost the signal from the toad sensors.

5. They now offer a lifetime warranty!


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Thank you for your input. I have done a lot of reading and will be ordering soon.
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