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Old 05-16-2021, 03:52 PM   #1
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TPMS?

What is the best model TPMS, reasonably priced, on the market today for a 42' MH and Toad?
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Old 05-16-2021, 03:58 PM   #2
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Would like to hear what others think of TST flow Through System on TechnoRv website.
The kit contains color monitor, and both flow through and cap sensors.

Looking for recommendations as well.
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Old 05-16-2021, 04:00 PM   #3
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IMO TST. They started in the trucking industry and offer the best to RVers. I have them on coach and towed. I have flow-thru on the coach and caps on the towed.
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Old 05-16-2021, 06:27 PM   #4
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I've had TST for 10 years now and have never felt I needed anything else. Great reliable system, excellent customer service and reasonably priced. I don't know what the best system is, but TST works well for me.
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Old 05-16-2021, 06:37 PM   #5
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I had a different system on my old class C. I got a TST when I got a fifth wheel and have another TST on my Class A. The system has been flawless.
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I bought the TireTraker system for the following reasons:

1. Lowest cost at the time for a system with 10 sensors and repeater.

2. Cap-type sensors to prevent air loss through the valve stem.

3. Low-cost user-replaceable sensor batteries.

4. Easy to program and use.

5. Lifetime warranty
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No idea on best very subjective.

Been using https://eezrvproducts.com/shop for a while and happy with it. Buy direct from their website to save a few $ as you may avoid sales tax.

Also a 40+ foot coach will most definitely need the booster. Easy to install - search YouTube
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Old 05-18-2021, 06:09 PM   #8
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TST system. Saved us 3 times, once on coach and twice on towed. Stan
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No idea on best very subjective.

Also a 40+ foot coach will most definitely need the booster. Easy to install - search YouTube
I also use the EEZ TPMS. Started using it several years, and rigs, ago. We keep upgrading and just adding more sensors. After 6 years we have no issues.

We use it on our current 42" coach without the booster and have no problems with receiving a signal. Batteries are easy to change in the sensors and the received battery will last for several days of driving for us.

I am not saying it is the best out there and I am sure there are many new upgraded options but it has served us well over the years.
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TechnoRV just announced a 15% off sale on the TST 507 TPMS: https://www.technorv.com/tst-tire-pr...oring-systems/

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I have the TireTraker system with the lifetime warranty. Last winter when I was going to southern Texas I had a sensor on my toad fail. When I got to my site, I called TireTraker and explained what it was doing. He was very helpful and had me send him my 5 year old sensor. He sent me a new sensor at no cost to me. I don't know if they are the best but I do think their service is as good as it gets.
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Our TST 507 system came with 10 cap type sensors (6 for motorhome and 4 for towed). The sensors have user replaceable batteries you can buy from Walmart. It has ran flawlessly!
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I recently switched from EEZ to TST. I spent a year with the EEZ trying to get it to work and their customer service was abysmal. It would work great when stationary, then drop sensors when moving. Initially, the TST had the same issue. TST’s customer service was great and helped with troubleshooting the issue. It turns out that our remote thermometer works on the same frequency and was disrupting the signal. It also turns out that both systems work just fine with the thermometer batteries removed. I am keeping the TST system as it is installed, working and has a feature the EEZ system does not have that I like.

I now have a 1 year old EEZ system with 10 cap sensors and a repeater sitting in the box. OP, PM me if you want the EEZ system for less than half of new.
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Old 05-23-2021, 02:32 PM   #14
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Many thanks for each of these helpful responses. I have gone with TST for Motorhome and Toad.

Will be installing them myself. If I can do it, any one can!
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