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Old 03-29-2020, 10:57 AM   #1
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Tire Pressure Monitor System

What system is everyone using.
I need 10 sensor setup.
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Old 03-29-2020, 11:17 AM   #2
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I am using the TST 507 system with 10 sensors and signal booster.
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We have a TireMinder TM66. Supports up to 22 sensors, I believe. Ours came with six, and the booster. I have very little experience with it so far, but its motion sensor wasn't working, so it shut off every 15 minutes. The company provided a replacement unit via Priority Mail in 2 days. Its pressure sensors don't agree with my tire gauges (which agree with each other), but it's hard to care much as long as I understand the variance and set the unit up with the "right" pressures so the alarms don't go off prematurely. It's got a high tire temperature alarm *and* rapid (imminent failure, pull over now!), moderate (stop at next exit/rest stop), and low (check into it sometime soon) rate air loss alarms. Seems pretty well thought-out so far, but I've no basis for comparison with other systems other than those in our cars.
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TST 507 system with 10 non flow through sensors. I've been using it for seven years with no problems. The new system package comes with the color monitor and a repeater.
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We have the EEZTire-TPMS Real Time works great only problem is the ones in the rear seem to work there way loose every now and then which sends off an alarm
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EEZEE TPMS here too. Works well.
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TST 507 with 12 sensors and booster.
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Tire SafeGuard, no booster required.

https://www.tiresafeguard.com/
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TST 507 with 12 sensors and booster.


What HE said.....
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I also have EEEZtire 10 sensor system for the motorhome and car trailer. Works great and no need for a booster. To date, our sensors have not come loose.

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We have had the TST system for 10 years. Great warrantee and excellent customer service. I wouldn't want any other brand. You would be happy with their product. That said, there are other quality TPMS on the market, and you wouldn't go wrong with any of them. Pick the one that trips your trigger and go with it.
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I used the EEZtire with 10 sensors and a repeater although I really don't think the repeater was necessary. I never had any sensors come loose so not sure what that comment was about. Since we used the Jeep for some "adventure driving" I would remove the Jeep sensors to reduce their vulnerability to getting knocked off although I never had a problem when I forgot to remove them.

Important thing is to have a TPMS for the toad/dolly/trailer in addition to the coach.
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We have had the TST system for 10 years. Great warrantee and excellent customer service. I wouldn't want any other brand. You would be happy with their product. That said, there are other quality TPMS on the market, and you wouldn't go wrong with any of them. Pick the one that trips your trigger and go with it.
Yeah, what this guy said. Especially the part about Excellent Customer Service. TST should write a book about Excellent Customer Service.
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We use the TST 507 system with 10 non flow thru sensors. 6 on the class a and 4 on the toad. Our system came with the repeater, which we have not had to use on our 35' unit. Satisfied with the system. My only "complaint" is that what the monitor displays on air pressure / tie is about 1 to 2 pounds off vs what a tire gauge states. Apparently, this is a fairly common problem.
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