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Old 11-27-2016, 10:35 AM   #1
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Tire Monitor question

Just wondering if the TPS's available measure both the RV and the towed vehicle?
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Yes they do. Here's a link to some previous threads .

https://www.google.com/search?q=Tpms...earch=irv2.com
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Old 11-27-2016, 07:46 PM   #3
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Yeap. They measure whatever tires you put the sensors on, so get a 10 or 12 sensor system and you can monitor coach and toad at the same time.
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The only problem I have with a towed is I use a dolly and can not set different pressures for car and dolly, if you are flat towing, no problem, I just have to set high side for dolly and low side for car. I use EEZ tire
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With TST TPMS you can set each axle to whatever pressure you desire. I have sensors on all axles.
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I have a TST on all axles. Coach and toad. If you put sensors on the toad you may need to get the signal booster to make sure the system works correctly.
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I have the tire-SafeGuard. No booster needed for my 41ft plus toad. I installed it just over a month ago and it paid for itself in two weeks, when I had an inner dually start to fail. I would highly recommend a tpms. It monitor's temp and pressure. It monitor my Toad as well. Big advantage is it works on plastic valve stems so I didn't have to change the valve stems on my toad.
Which ever system you choose will pay for itself, at some point.
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The only problem I have with a towed is I use a dolly and can not set different pressures for car and dolly, if you are flat towing, no problem, I just have to set high side for dolly and low side for car. I use EEZ tire
What?? I have a EEZ system and I can set each tire for whatever I want. What system do you have?
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The only problem I have with a towed is I use a dolly and can not set different pressures for car and dolly, if you are flat towing, no problem, I just have to set high side for dolly and low side for car. I use EEZ tire

I use the EEZ system with a dolly and have no problem setting different car and dolly settings as they are set by the axle.


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