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Old 04-02-2016, 10:29 AM   #111
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Ok found it on TST webpage.

Default 158 (mine was probably a return because it was set to 167 and no paper work)

Michelin over temp range is 180 to 200 degrees.

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Old 04-02-2016, 10:33 AM   #112
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I'm not sure of brands but if the danger point for Michelin is 158 wouldn't you want the alarm go off a few degrees before it reaches that temp. I bet the Michelin tires are rated a lot higher than 158 degrees - just makes sense to me at least.

As far as my default set temp I didn't get any paper work in my box so it could be a returned unit - I got mine from Amazon. On that note did anyone get a warranty card to send in - there wasn't one in my box.
I think 158º is the "danger' point not the 'destruction' point.
That recommendation temperature alarm should get you safely off the road.

I received a manual and a warranty card.
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:35 AM   #113
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As far as my default set temp I didn't get any paper work in my box so it could be a returned unit - I got mine from Amazon. .
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Old 04-02-2016, 10:40 AM   #114
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Yep, that is what mine didn't come with and glad now it didn't. I went to YouTube and watch a couple great videos on how to set it up, lot easier that trying to use the manual.

Now I will have to call Monday about the warranty card since I want to be notified about the upgrade version with the new color version with some current issue were addressed.
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Old 04-02-2016, 04:29 PM   #115
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I'm not sure of brands but if the danger point for Michelin is 158 wouldn't you want the alarm go off a few degrees before it reaches that temp. I bet the Michelin tires are rated a lot higher than 158 degrees - just makes sense to me at least.

As far as my default set temp I didn't get any paper work in my box so it could be a returned unit - I got mine from Amazon. On that note did anyone get a warranty card to send in - there wasn't one in my box.
I agree 100% with your first sentence. I want the option of setting my temp alarm at 145 F. Mine came fully wrapped and boxed with two sets of instructions along with the manual, warranty card, and registration card. I ordered directly from TechnoRV, which interestingly, was less expensive than Amazon.
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I think 158º is the "danger' point not the 'destruction' point.
That recommendation temperature alarm should get you safely off the road.

I received a manual and a warranty card.
Call them... they are great folks.
I agree they are GREAT folks. We called them at 10:30pm one night as we were having trouble trying to understand how to change a setting. We were kindly guided step by step until it was set. A few years ago we paid $250 for the 507. Considering the cost of our rig, that's pretty cheap "insurance" and peace of mind.
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Old 04-03-2016, 04:06 PM   #117
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I had to put new batteries in the sensors and I thought I would have to to reprogram the sensors but they came right back at where I had them set. I know it's line of sight which is different than being hooked up to the camper but it's eighty feet away and the sensors on the camper came right on


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Old 04-09-2016, 10:05 PM   #118
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Folks, a lot of good information here. However, I am not sure what really to get for my Class C (2015 Forest River, Forester 2861DS). We just purchased our first Class C a month ago. Now have 2,100 miles. When I tried to add air to 80psi, I noticed all tires have rubber stems. I really had a tough time adding air to the inside tires of the dually.


So, here is what I would like to do. I would like to have the rubber valves replaced with metal stems that have extension, so I can reach the inside tire easily. I also want to get a set of TST TPMS system, but not sure what will work for my Class C. If I can please be directed to the right path so I only "Buy Once, Cry Once".


1. What is the forum members recommendation for Metal Valve replacement (with extended valves for the rear tires)? What brand or manufacturer?


2. Will TST 507 with Flow Thru valves clear the wheel cover of the front and rear tires (Those wheel covers with fake lug nuts. Will these go inside/behind those covers?). Or is the TST 510 better for the Class C with wheel covers?


3. We purchased the RV at Camping World. Should I have them replace the valve stems at the service center? Or go to Discount Tires (where they specialize in wheels and tires)?


We are getting ready for a 3 week road trip this June. Just want to have peace of mind for my family's safety. Thanks in advance for your inputs.
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I would call TST and ask them about the internal sensors since they are probably going to pull the tires to replace the stems.
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Thank you. I didn't realize they have an internal TPMS as well. I just went to their website and found Model TST 507 INTERNAL. Battery is good for 5-7 years. Will have to send them back for battery replacement and refurbishment. I think I should be OK with that, as long as it last at least 5 Years. I will give them a call Monday.

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