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Old 11-16-2009, 02:01 PM   #1
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Truck System Technologies, Inc. (TST)

This is a great company to work with. I had contacted them once before on my new TST Tire Pressure Monitoring system, and without hesitation they would send me a new sensor for the one that was acting up. I asked that they hold off as I had only installed four sensors on the TOAD and I wanted to have everything installed so they could ship once.

Well, last night my GPS system was stolen out of the TOAD, parked here at the stick house. This is not typical for this neighborhood so I suspect kids. At the same time the took the power cord for the TST Monitor. Fortunately I had taken the monitor in the house - why didn't I take the GPS in also - heck, I don't know. Complacency I guess.

Anyhow, Dan at TST sympathized with me and at no cost to me they will be shipping me a replacement power cord.

It doesn't get much better than that. They are also starting some new products, one being backup sensors for 5the wheels, coaches, cars, etc. Four sensors hard wired to the backup light system and then wireless transmit to the cab.

I look forward to doing some further business with their product line.

Thanks Dan at TST, thanks a lot.

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Old 11-18-2009, 02:59 PM   #2
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Wayne, I am a distributor for TST and to hear this type of unsolicited comment is great. when I was initially looking at TPMS I wanted one that I could be happy with as a user and one that I would feel comfortable representing. TST has filled the bill in both cases. It is very comforting for me to know that Dan is back there and will take care of my customers if I can't.

It is hard to explain this to a potential customer; but, when they see posts like yours it make my job a whole bunch easier.

Thanks for your insight, Ken Roberts, TST Distributor

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Old 11-18-2009, 07:38 PM   #3
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I just installed a ten sensor package on my Winnie Sightseer 35J and Toad. It went on quickly and fairly painlessly. Winnebago's placement of valve stems was reasonably easy to access.

The unit will read sensors on the toad with it parked 10 feet behind the coach with the small antenna. I did not test it for longer distances. I am pleased that I did not need to find a place to mount the (supplied) larger antenna.

As soon as I programmed the unit, it gave me an alert for low pressure on one of the toad tires. At first I thought that I had a bad sensor or that the toad was too far away. I was wrong and had to add air to the tire.

I think I am really going to like this system. I lost a tire on the toad during my last trip that went unnoticed too long and did over $2000 damage to the toad. The insurance deductible would have paid for the system. Should have bought it earlier.
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