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Old 11-12-2015, 01:18 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by MonkeyClaw View Post
This is my issue - I don't want to have a repeater. I don't think it should be necessary and think it's a waste of money. In addition, it's another thing to hook up, troubleshoot and break when there are issues.
My repeater from TST came free of charge... All you do is wire it in and there is nothing to go wrong.

You may be unreasonable in your expectation that something as tiny as an oversized valve cap should have the power to project a radio signal 50+ feet from your toad to the dash of your RV where you will likely be mounting the screen. A repeater is such a small thing to worry about in my opinion.

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TPMS recommendation

EEZ RV for me too. Just got it this year. Works. Straight forward setup. Use it on toad and a cargo trailer.

39/40 foot dp. NO repeater.

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EZZ tire for me too, works great
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I have had a Tire Tracker for the past 4 years and it has been a constant source of problems. Bad sensors, short battery life and with false alarms, I do not trust the thing.

I am looking at TST or Pressure Pro.

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I have had a Tire Tracker for the past 4 years and it has been a constant source of problems. Bad sensors, short battery life and with false alarms, I do not trust the thing.

I am looking at TST or Pressure Pro.

I would love to talk with you about TST. I am available until midnight 7 days a week at 770-889-9102
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