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Old 07-23-2016, 06:04 PM   #1
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Tire Pressure Monitor Systems

All the sensors on my older Advantage Pressure Pro system are dead. Since it is going to cost me over $500 including tax and shipping to replace all 10 sensors, is there another newer complete system you recommend thatís around the same price. And why do you recommend it?
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Old 07-23-2016, 07:08 PM   #2
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I just ordered the Eezrv system based on reviews and some feedback here. Just received it so don't have personal experience yet but it satisfies all my needs in a system.
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I too have the EEZ system.
I've had it since January and it is working fine. I did have to buy the extender.
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I have a TST 507 and love it. It very accurate and easy to use. It has user replaceable batteries, which I replaced this year. They were about $4.50 each. Simple to change and cheap. I have the flow thru sensors on MH and toad.
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It won't cost you quite that much. As far as I know, Pressure Pro still sells replacement sensors (for dead batteries) at a discount. Give Advantage a call and see - I replaced mine for about $37 each, as I recall.

But I think a replacement system is a reasonable alternative as well. You get a new display/monitor with more recent technology than your old one.
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Old 07-24-2016, 07:29 AM   #6
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Ditto EEZ, just replaced all 10 batteries about $35. Last about 2 years.
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Ditto EEZ system. Bought a 10-sensor system from Amazon for $449, and didn't need a booster. However, our rig with car trailer is only 52 ft. long. I did spend $ to add steel valve stems to the trailer tires.

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I too have the EEZ system.
I've had it since January and it is working fine. I did have to buy the extender.
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Does anyone have a toms on there outlaw, and where did you purchase it.
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We bought the TireTraker system with 10 sensors and a range extender for $478 about 4 years ago and have not had any serious issues with it. Here are the reasons we chose it:

1. Lowest cost at the time for that configuration

2. Easy programming and operation

3. User-replaceable sensor batteries at low cost

4. Cap-type sensors so no chance of air leaks


The system now has a lifetime warranty!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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