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I've had the TST System for 10 years now (510 then 507) & from what I've seen on this Forum when this question comes up or any related one the TST seems to be the winner over all the rest for good reason...you get what you pay for...the 507 TST System is quality & has great support!
2004 American Eagle "J"/400 ISL/Spartan MM
Luxe Ryder Trailer
2007 Honda ST1300 & 2004 Honda Rune
I have Tireminder i4 but they sell the i10 too.
I just have it connected to my Jeep I pull and it’s more reliable than the Xite System built into my RV.
The ones on the RV keep dying and they cost $60 to replace and the batteries can not be replaced.
Tireminder is better by far
Easy set up
The sensors have batteries you can replace.
The wireless monitor hood a charge for over 10 hrs of driving time.
TST is the best one out there plus super customer service. Not the cheapest, but the best.
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Dennis, if it’s not too late checkout the Smart Tireminder set with replaceable batteries, signal booster, and app for monitoring and alarming. I had a TST 510 system which is now non-supported and didn’t want to pay the price for the 507. My Tireminder was considerably less!
I didn't know much about the tire monitoring systems but reading up here on IRV2 helped me with my decision. I really liked the fact that the TireMinder could show me all of the tires on my coach with one screen which pushed me in that direction as did the price. I've had it about 8 months now and I really like it. I have to admit that I must remember to charge it before departure but so far I've managed to get it done. I've also read that TireMinder's customer service is great but so far haven't needed it.