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Old 07-13-2013, 05:15 AM   #1
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Tire Pressure Monitor System (Best)

What is the best, easy, and up to date TPMS for 6 wheels?
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There have been many threads on this subject. Here is a link to some of them.

http://www.google.com/search?q=Tpms&...earch=irv2.com

I use TST . Been on my MH for three years and work as advertised.
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Old 07-13-2013, 06:25 AM   #3
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I also have a TST. Works great. I had a hawks head and that was garbage.
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TST for us as well.
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Tire-SafeGuard for me. 5 plus years and I am happy with performance and 24 hour tech support.
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Hi maxwell18,
They all work. The technology is a commodity. The difference is they all work a bit different from each other. This means there is no best. The purchase decision is a personal preference. Discover how each system you are considering works. Purchase the one that works the way you can interact with the best. I have Pressure Pro. The system works as advertised and I would make the same purchase again. I have had the system for 8 years. It has alerted me to two tire low pressure conditions. Both were on the toad.
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Over 20 years without a problem.

I have good tires, a tire thumper, an IR for rest stops, and a pressure gauge I use before leaving camp. That is my TPMS.

The risk is a side blowout on a steer tire, which happens too quick, me thinks.
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Before I installed my Tire monitor system I would check my tires with a gauge each morning. One morning while in Canada, I checked the tires and then pulled out of the RV Park. The wife wanted to stop at the little market in front so I parked and then did another walk around of the RV and Toad. From the back of the RV Park to the front, I had picked up a nail in a front tire on the toad and the tire was nearly flat. Had I not stopped who knows how much damage I would have done to a tire and rim? I bought a tire monitor system as soon as we returned home. in 5 plus years it has warned me of 2 slow leaks as we were driving.
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Hi maxwell18,
They all work. The technology is a commodity. The difference is they all work a bit different from each other. This means there is no best. The purchase decision is a personal preference. Discover how each system you are considering works. Purchase the one that works the way you can interact with the best. I have Pressure Pro. The system works as advertised and I would make the same purchase again. I have had the system for 8 years. It has alerted me to two tire low pressure conditions. Both were on the toad.
+1 except i've only had mine 6 1/2 years. Still on the original batteries.
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I've been really happy with my TireMinder TPMS over the past 3 years. The folks at Minder Research are incredibly helpful and customer-focused.
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I have Tire SafeGuard and I am VERY happy with its performance and tech service.

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TST good system easy to use and you can talk to someone on the phone if need be!
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