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Old 04-18-2012, 08:44 PM   #11
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I ordered the Tireminder TPMS. Question for those that have a TPMS already. How long do the batteries in the valve stems last? Do you remove the batteries between trips? Seems like you'd have to reset the pressures on the system console each trip if you reinstalled batteries each time.
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:41 PM   #12
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My Pressure Pro batteries are going on 5 years now.
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:55 PM   #13
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In the TST 507RV system....The CR2032 batteries are predicted to last one year. If the sensors are pulled off tires then they will last longer if you desire to do so, I won't.

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In the TST 507RV system....The CR2032 batteries are predicted to last one year. If the sensors are pulled off tires then they will last longer if you desire to do so, I won't.

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I just installed the 507 and love it. Can't believe the extra peace of mind.

Also, those batteries are user replaceable.
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I have the orange TPMS system installed. It is a budget minded system with only four sensors. So far I have been very happy for the simple reason that I only have a single axle and a tire coming apart could be a bad situation for me. I can set my "range" of pressures and it already has helped me by a tire temp too hot from a recent brake adjustment.

A TPMS. System is money well spent!
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