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Old 08-20-2010, 09:53 PM   #1
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Tire-Safeguard TPMS

Does anyone have a Tire-Safeguard TPMS? I'm interested in them. One of the features I like is the sensors have a air valve in it so you don't have to take the sensor off to put air in or out of your tires. I'd like to hear from people that have them and what your thoughts are about the product.

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I'm starting to make a list of these to compare to (xmas is comin'). Have you looked at TST ? Opinions?


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Check out this thread. TST TPMS Systems
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Old 08-21-2010, 10:14 AM   #4
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I looked at the TST System. Initially I was going to buy it. Then I saw the Tire-Safeguard System. It does pressure and temp like the TST, but you don't need to have a repeater for large coaches because their signal strenght can go over 120'. Their sensors have a battery life from 6-8 years and as I mentioned the sensors have a air vavle in them. They also have a 2 year warranty. The company that makes them, HCI, has been around since 1994. I think that TST is only a few years old. I maybe wrong with that. Check them out on he web.
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