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Old 10-28-2016, 09:34 AM   #21
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Awesome info. Thanks everyone. That's why i love this place. Great honest no BS answers.
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Old 10-28-2016, 10:12 AM   #22
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Be careful with the TPMS advertised on Amazon as they are 4 sensor with 80 psi max.

Personally I prefer, bought and use a system that comes with lifetime warranty. But you can always buy based on low price.
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Old 10-28-2016, 10:19 AM   #23
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Be careful with the TPMS advertised on Amazon as they are 4 sensor with 80 psi max.

Personally I prefer, bought and use a system that comes with lifetime warranty. But you can always buy based on low price.
I agree 100%. t doesn't save any money if you have to buy it twice or more. Who has the best warranty?
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Old 10-28-2016, 10:35 AM   #24
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Where do you get a lifetime warranty? The order form at TST charges $50 for one year extended warranty. And very little difference in price, I just know that Amazon ships stuff out quickly and takes returns without a lot of hassle. TST may be good in those categories also. I did send them an email question and never got an answer back. But me being me, I could have hit the delete button rather than the send button.
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Old 10-28-2016, 11:15 AM   #25
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Where do you get a lifetime warranty? The order form at TST charges $50 for one year extended warranty. And very little difference in price, I just know that Amazon ships stuff out quickly and takes returns without a lot of hassle. TST may be good in those categories also. I did send them an email question and never got an answer back. But me being me, I could have hit the delete button rather than the send button.
I have e-mailed TST twice recently and got no reply. They had been good in the past. I have a TST system that has given me problems several times. I wanted to send it back and have them go over it again. I'm giving up on it and switching to a different brand. If I have one I need to be able to depend on it..
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I agree 100%. t doesn't save any money if you have to buy it twice or more. Who has the best warranty?

Tire Traker is the system I bought in 2009. Their new TT500 that I bought this year has lifetime warranty. It also has a "morning reset" feature so I can get a pressure update before I leave the campsite.

Full disclosure. Traker does sponsor the blog I write for. However the blog is owned and operated by RVTravel.com and I receive no money from Traker and have no say or control on who sponsors the blog. If anyone wants to sponsor the blog you can contact RVTravel.com for details. I bought my original TPMS before I started writing my blog.
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Old 10-28-2016, 01:49 PM   #27
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I tell people to buy a TPMS that you trust. I personally like the TST 507. I have a 36 ft camper and a long bed Silverado and I have never had a sensor drop out. I have a TrailAir pin box and I plan to install one on it. A TPMS is piece of mind, it's the only way you can see your trailer tires


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I have the EEZTire and I am very satisfied with it.
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