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Old 12-18-2014, 06:09 PM   #31
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Yes you can set each axle , but you can not have different settings on the same axle.
Awesome. I think I'm sold! Thanks for the input.
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Old 12-18-2014, 06:45 PM   #32
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I have the TST 507 unit and can't imagine rolling without it. After seeing the damage done on two different occations to RVers, I won't leave home without it. Takes a major load off my mind.
My dash looks like an electronics display with GPS, backup camera, radar detector, TST monitor, Bully Dog tuner and dashcam. Need a bigger dashboard!
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Old 12-18-2014, 06:46 PM   #33
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Thank you Iggy for the info.

Next question: has anyone used the 507 system to monitor multiple trailers? If I buy the 507 system and 8 sensors, can I use 4 on my camper and 4 on my car trailer? Can the system be set up for two different trailers? Obviously I can only tow one at a time, so theoretically I could just move the sensors from one trailer to the other, but that would kinda suck. Its also worth noting that the tires on the car trailer and camper are different sizes, weight ratings, and therefore pressures. Any thoughts? TIA.
Yes it does handle 2 different vehicles but make sure your 507 comes with the additional signal antenna or you may need to buy their repeater box

The distance from the front of the motorhome to the toad or trailer may have a signal issue.


Also I have added the manuals to read first.

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Old 12-18-2014, 07:19 PM   #34
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This system works very well and is extremely easy to install and use.

Your can set each tire for a different pressure if you like. This is the same system as the "Tire Minder". Best price of all the systems that I have seen.

Tiretech on Tire Pressure Monitoring System w 10 Brass Sensors 0 232 PSI TP7004 | eBay
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Old 12-29-2014, 06:55 PM   #35
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Made my second trip using this system and it works great. Gives real time pressures and temps, including over pressure, under pressure, fast and slow leak warnings.

It comes with 10 sensors and extra batteries. Highly recommend.

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The Tiretech on eBay continues to be the best deal. But an anyone tell me if I will need a repeater to "see" the toad tires? My MH is 38' 378.
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:24 AM   #37
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Tire traker
Works excellent.

TireTraker TPMS

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x2 (late to the party here because I just started using a TPMS this year)
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The Tiretech on eBay continues to be the best deal. But an anyone tell me if I will need a repeater to "see" the toad tires? My MH is 38' 378.
I have a 25 ft RV and tow a Malibu. I have not needed a repeater, but that does not answer your question. Give it a try without the repeater; you can add later if needed. The Tiretech On folks have provided great customer service.
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The Tiretech on eBay continues to be the best deal. But an anyone tell me if I will need a repeater to "see" the toad tires? My MH is 38' 378.

I would use the word "cheapest" rather than "best deal". I am not necessarily implying that the TireTech is no good as I have no idea about it's quality. I just know that "the cheapest" can often come at price (figuratively speaking).

The lowest price for a 4 sensor system TireTech on ebay is curently $199 + $10 shipping ($210 total). For $10 more you can buy the TST507 system and get the benefit of an incredibly well respected company/product. The below link is where I purchased mine and received fantastic service (including them fixing a minor issue). Even though I purchased from infotech, the system was "drop shipped" directly from TST.

Motor home TPMS SYSTEMS PRESSURE TRACK TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM,TPMS, RV TIRE MONITOR, RV TPMS SYSTEM

No matter which system you buy, it is money well spent and will give great piece of mind.
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Ohh... I just noticed also that the TireTech system does not have the "Anti-Theft" feature that the TST system has. This could be a pro or a con depending on your point of view. I seriously considered removing the anti-theft casing from my TST sensors, but haven't yet.
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