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Old 05-26-2013, 04:37 PM   #21
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I have a Hawkshead. It is great and cheaper than that one.
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Old 05-26-2013, 09:42 PM   #22
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If you have such a heart ach with EBAY PM me and I will give you his brick and morter store address and phone number. This is a real business. The engineer is a reall nice guy and will call you back any time you have a problem. THey have many other products and this can also be found in the back of Motorhome mag.
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Old 05-26-2013, 09:52 PM   #23
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I just looked up their web site. If you do not want to go through EBAY their site is
www.eezrvproducts.com

Boo I do not think you will go wrong.

This info is provided for those who were talking while being uninformed. Tom is the nicest guy you will fine and he will not cheet you. You will get what is shown in the picture and he stands by his product. He did with me.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:31 PM   #24
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Have the TST 507 on HM and toad, works great and purchased it directly from TST. the system even tells you when one of the batteries are low and which one, ran to wlamart and purchased new watch battery and was good to go. Don't need the repeater at all, picks up the toad even when it is parked in the garage and HM on side of house.
I agree. We have the TST 507 and highly recommend the system. We have flow through on the motorhome and non-flow throughs on the toad! Non-flow throughs are shorter and don't stick out on the toad like the flow throughs would. We also have no need for the repeater. Never an issue picking up the TPM's on the toad.
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Old 05-27-2013, 10:19 AM   #25
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My two cents:
Maybe the repeaters are more necessary as the battery life wanes and the signal strength drops...??

I don't have a system yet. Planning on it, but not actively shopping.
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Old 05-29-2013, 03:19 PM   #26
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I have a Pressure Pro TPMS (it's about 4 years old) and on the way home from a trip yesterday, it started beeping indicating that one of the tires pressure had dropped (pressure was set around 96 psi and the monitor showed that it was in the 80 psi range). Since I was only a couple of miles from home, I decided to continue until I got home. It was pouring rain yesterday (naturally) and I didn't get to check the tire pressure but I hit the tire with my fist and it was rock hard. Checked the display again and it said that the pressure was 8 psi, then it went to 0 psi, and a short time later back up to 12 psi. I checked the tire pressure today and it was 99 psi. I am guessing that the sensor is going bad.
My real question is, do I spend $240 for 6 new sensors (that don't have replaceable batteries) or $299 for a complete TST system, or $289 for a complete EEZRV for $289 (both the TST and EEZ systems have replaceable batteries?
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Old 05-29-2013, 03:35 PM   #27
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I have a Pressure Pro TPMS (it's about 4 years old) and on the way home from a trip yesterday, it started beeping indicating that one of the tires pressure had dropped (pressure was set around 96 psi and the monitor showed that it was in the 80 psi range). Since I was only a couple of miles from home, I decided to continue until I got home. It was pouring rain yesterday (naturally) and I didn't get to check the tire pressure but I hit the tire with my fist and it was rock hard. Checked the display again and it said that the pressure was 8 psi, then it went to 0 psi, and a short time later back up to 12 psi. I checked the tire pressure today and it was 99 psi. I am guessing that the sensor is going bad.
My real question is, do I spend $240 for 6 new sensors (that don't have replaceable batteries) or $299 for a complete TST system, or $289 for a complete EEZRV for $289 (both the TST and EEZ systems have replaceable batteries?
If only the one sensor is erratic ( and thats what I am assuming from reading your post ) why would you not just replace that one sensor if you are satisfied with the rest of the system unless you just want to get a newer TPMS.
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Old 05-29-2013, 03:41 PM   #28
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It is just that the price of a complete new system is not that much different from purchasing just the set of sensors. Also, the other systems sensors have replaceable batteries where as the Pressure Pro does not and in a few years I would need to pay another $240 for a set of sensors.
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It is just that the price of a complete new system is not that much different from purchasing just the set of sensors. Also, the other systems sensors have replaceable batteries where as the Pressure Pro does not and in a few years I would need to pay another $240 for a set of sensors.
If you want a completely new TPMS then I am sure you can rationize any number of reasons for doing so, but I still do not understand why you would need to buy all new sensors if only one of your present ones is bad.

Is it not possible to buy only one sensor for your present TPMS - if not then that could be a very good reason to give to the DW when she asks why you need a new system when we already have one.
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Old 05-29-2013, 03:58 PM   #30
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I have the TireMinder from Camping World, got it a month ago for $270 with 4 sensors.
This week is for $246, and if you use the cw coupon for saturday is 10% less.
It works great on my camper.
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