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Old 07-27-2009, 07:36 PM   #15
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I just took my TST's on their maiden voyage of 2000 miles. No problems and couldn't be happier with their performance.

They need to work on installation a bit. On my coach, the wrench is against the wheel on my inside dual valve stems and I had to remove the sensor and put the wrench on 180 degrees from the original placement in order to remove the wrench from the sensor after installation. To adequately tighten the sensors on those same valve stems, I modified the tool by cutting a portion of the "wings" off to give me enough clearance to rotate the tool easily. Others have commented on the wrench. Just do a search on TST tire monitors.
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I too have been very pleased with the TST system. I'm thankful for the temp sensors, a real plus with the current Workhorse brake issues. Great company, great product.
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To adequately tighten the sensors on those same valve stems, I modified the tool by cutting a portion of the "wings" off to give me enough clearance to rotate the tool easily.
Now that is a great idea. I used different extentions. I am sure that my coach is harder than most to get right.
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