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Old 08-02-2017, 10:54 PM   #1
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Tire pressure monitoring system. Aftermarket recommendation.

Anyone have good experience with an aftermarket tpms system? Looking to add one to my gasser.
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https://www.google.com/search?q=TPMS...w=1370&bih=666

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Old 08-03-2017, 10:39 AM   #3
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I have been happy with Tire Minder. Has lifetime guarantee

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I use the EEZTire system. Very pleased with it except a couple of the sending unit batteries were dead when I got it. Syncs quickly, display is very readable, and it handles my TOAD as well. The main reason I picked it originally was because of people complaining about how difficult other TPMS were to see either due to size of screen or readability in sunlight.
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X2 for Tire Minder. I am happy with mine as well. I like their battery replacement program as well.
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I bought the TireTraker for the following reasons:

1. Easy to program and use

2. User-replaceable, low-cost sensor batteries

3. Lifetime warranty

4. Cap-type sensors to prevent valve stem air loss

5. Good customer support

6. Signal booster to mount in the rear bedroom closet for the toad sensors

7. Best price I could find at the time for a system with 10 sensors
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To the OP. Remember that if there were 10 different TPMS on the market, you could find 10 different opinions on which one was the best. We all tend to promote that which we have purchased. They all work, so just pick the one that trips your trigger. Your choice will probably be a good one.
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I bought the TireTraker for the following reasons:

1. Easy to program and use

2. User-replaceable, low-cost sensor batteries

3. Lifetime warranty

4. Cap-type sensors to prevent valve stem air loss

5. Good customer support

6. Signal booster to mount in the rear bedroom closet for the toad sensors

7. Best price I could find at the time for a system with 10 sensors

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Also see my blog post on how I program my TPMS (should do similar on any brand IMO as a tire engineer)
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EEZTire has my vote. We have it on our towed vehicle also. We have a 40 diesel pusher and needed a booster but it was well worth the $450 +/-.
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We use Tireminder and could not be happier. They work great, have easily replaceable batteries and great customer support.
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