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Old 07-15-2018, 03:21 PM   #1
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Tire pressure monitoring

Plz opine on which tire pressure monitoring system you prefer for a Mercedes Sprinter, 6 wheel rig. Anyone use the Hawkshead brand?
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Old 07-15-2018, 03:32 PM   #2
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This is what I use.

The good things about this model is the new color display and small antenna, the flow thru valve transmitters and they give you a 3 year warranty. It also has an antenna repeater but I haven't used mine and my MH is 38ft long.
The batteries in the tire transmitters last for years. I just replacement mine after 4 years.

You may be able to find this model a bit cheaper.

https://tsttruck.com/collections/kit...-color-display




I found this one for $364
http://tweetys.com/tst507-color-syst...SABEgIm2vD_BwE
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I have a Sprinter chassis and use TST TPMS on both the B+ and the toad. Older system, not a color monitor, but it gives me tire pressures and temps just fine! Also no repeater needed for the toad. Been using TST for a decade - highly recommend!
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I've been using the TST 507 System with flow through sensors on the coach and cap style on the toad since 2011. Very pleased with he performance.

Recently upgraded to the color monitor, less than pleased with the monitor. The color monitor has a limited viewing angle. I moved up higher to be at eye level, easier to view now.

The new monitor appears to have a stronger receiver/antenna, no need for my old repeater.
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Tire pressure monitoring

I bought the EEZTire system with 10 sensors so I could monitor the toad pressure as well on my 2017 Dynamax Isata3 on the Sprinter chassis.

It works great and easy to setup, completely wireless. The rechargeable battery on the monitor will go for days without recharging.
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I've been using the TST 507 System with flow through sensors on the coach and cap style on the toad since 2011. Very pleased with he performance.

Recently upgraded to the color monitor, less than pleased with the monitor. The color monitor has a limited viewing angle. I moved up higher to be at eye level, easier to view now.

The new monitor appears to have a stronger receiver/antenna, no need for my old repeater.
I have used the TST system since they first were sold here in the states. I recently upgraded to the Color Monitor which is much easier to see in day light. Much better.

It also came with a really good friction mount that sits on top of my dash right in front of me. Really easy to see now.
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