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Old 10-22-2013, 09:32 AM   #51
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Old 11-06-2013, 11:32 AM   #52
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I just ordered the 507 with 10 flow through valves. I'm hoping that they will go on the rear dually tires without too much of a problem. I guess I'll have to wait until they arrive. It would be real nice if I was handy like OC in building different things but I'm not so I will have to find something to hold the sensors in the off season.
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Old 11-06-2013, 11:48 AM   #53
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I just received the Tire Tracker system. I am thinking about placing a transmitter on my truck tire spare if there is room. The tire is mounted under the bed, valve up so I need to take the jack apart and lower it to check the air. Sort of a pain. Not sure if the TX will worked all tucked up under the bed, but they are cheap enough to give a try or try one that came with my set up. I think they are a great investment. had 3 blow outs on my previous TT totaling over 3K in damage. These systems wont help in a blow out but a low tire that shreds does plenty of damage.
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Old 11-06-2013, 11:58 AM   #54
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Just picked my unit up. Had 507 installed. Five miles down road passenger inside reads 0 air and driver inside not reading. Back at service center to be corrected.
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Old 11-06-2013, 12:14 PM   #55
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I just ordered the 507 with 10 flow through valves. I'm hoping that they will go on the rear dually tires without too much of a problem. I guess I'll have to wait until they arrive. It would be real nice if I was handy like OC in building different things but I'm not so I will have to find something to hold the sensors in the off season.
I've also put TST 507 flow-through sensors on our camper. I hope that you're aware that these sensors need a metal valve stem due to their heavier weight. Regular rubber valve stems may fail according to the TST manual.

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Old 11-06-2013, 01:24 PM   #57
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I just ordered the 507 with 10 flow through valves. I'm hoping that they will go on the rear dually tires without too much of a problem. I guess I'll have to wait until they arrive. It would be real nice if I was handy like OC in building different things but I'm not so I will have to find something to hold the sensors in the off season.
Lowes or HD have plastic boxes with partitions. Mark your sensors with paint to designate their positions and mark the plastic box compartments accordingly and stow them in it. Shop Flambeau Small Tool Storage Containers at Lowes.com
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Old 11-06-2013, 02:21 PM   #58
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Lowes or HD have plastic boxes with partitions. Mark your sensors with paint to designate their positions and mark the plastic box compartments accordingly and stow them in it. Shop Flambeau Small Tool Storage Containers at Lowes.com

The TST 507 kit comes with stickies (decals) to mark the sensor and the corresponding wheel.

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The TST 507 kit comes with stickies (decals) to mark the sensor and the corresponding wheel.

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And they last about as long as it takes to put them on when you hit rain and you need 2 sets, 1 for the sensors and 1 for the box
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Replaced stems with wire braid and secured inner stems to wheel cover.
Drove home, 100 miles, working well. Ned to discover sweet spot to mount.
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