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Old 11-23-2022, 05:00 PM   #1
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Pressure pro

I have a pressure pro tpms but I need new sensors. I need 6 and was quoted $43 each.....am I better off buying new sensors or maybe a complete new system that has changeable batteries?
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I just bought a new system rather than Pressure Pro sensors. Working fine, comes with repeater. Unlike Pressure Pro I can push a button combination and read pressures before starting in the morning rather than having to be rolling.

https://www.tiretraker.com/
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I just bought a new system rather than Pressure Pro sensors. Working fine, comes with repeater. Unlike Pressure Pro I can push a button combination and read pressures before starting in the morning rather than having to be rolling.

https://www.tiretraker.com/
Same problem, same solution. I went with Tire Minder that furnishes an extra set of batteries when the system is purchased.
Only been on one trip so far and like the unit.
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Tst507 sets the standard.
Replaceable batteries, forever USA phone support.

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Old 12-01-2022, 06:16 PM   #6
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I just bought a new system rather than Pressure Pro sensors. Working fine, comes with repeater. Unlike Pressure Pro I can push a button combination and read pressures before starting in the morning rather than having to be rolling.

https://www.tiretraker.com/
That's the one I bought two years ago. It also came with extra batteries. I'm sure you are aware that you have to clear the readings then wait for each sensor to update first thing in the morning, if you only press the center button first thing in the morning you are seeing last nights readings. Of course if you just start driving it will automatically update after 10 min or so.

I've been pleased with mine except for one issue, about a year in the receiver started to randomly fall asleep while driving, then after a while it would emit a chirp and wake back up. I emailed them and they said send it in, which I did and they either repaired it or sent me another, don't remember which but it has been fine since then.
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TireTraker also gives you extra, replaceable batteries and has a lifetime warranty.
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TireMinder I-10 gets my note every time. I got rid of TST years ago when they had a color monitor that was hard to read. I see they finally got a new monitor you can actually see in the sun, but it still only displays one tire at a time - pretty old school way of doing things.
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Big fan of the new TST 770 monitor. Very crisp display, number of new features. One tire reading at a time may be old school, but it works for me. For the TST 507 cap sensors, I can change batteries and o-rings in about 90 seconds per sensor. TST user for about 7 years. Always good support, when needed.
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