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Old 08-20-2014, 08:41 AM   #21
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Mine was $324.00 for the 507 with pass through, 6 sensors and free shipping plus 3 year warranty.
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Old 08-20-2014, 10:02 AM   #22
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Mine was $324.00 for the 507 with pass through, 6 sensors and free shipping plus 3 year warranty.
Where did you find that price? On TST website 507 flow-through base unit with 4 sensors is $259 and 2 yr warranty. Additional 1 yr warranty is $50, 2 additional sensors $100. Total $409.
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Old 08-20-2014, 10:20 AM   #23
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Tire traker with 8 sensors is $340.00

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Really considering this system as it has a better price. ALL of these systems are made by the same China manufacturer. The only difference in them is the packaging and price.

The only drawback I see is they don't offer a flow-through sensor that I desperately want for inner tires on dually. Those tires are very difficult to access and was going to use flow-through as a pseudo valve stem extender. The alternative would be to have tires remounted with a longer curved stem that is accessible. The less expensive price though would probably pay for the remounting. I just don't want to use an extender + sensor as it creates too many areas for air leakage. I'm already planning on having these cheap Chinese tires on TT replaced with better grade and metal curved stems.

What a money pit! lol I've learned a valuable lesson though. I'll add metal valve stems to my PDI list for my next purchase. Can't believe FR, dealership would put on cheap tires AND rubber valve stems... a disaster waiting to happen.
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Old 08-20-2014, 10:27 AM   #24
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Really considering this system as it has a better price. ALL of these systems are made by the same China manufacturer. The only difference in them is the packaging and price.

The only drawback I see is they don't offer a flow-through sensor that I desperately want for inner tires on dually. Those tires are very difficult to access and was going to use flow-through as a pseudo valve stem extender. The alternative would be to have tires remounted with a longer curved stem that is accessible. The less expensive price though would probably pay for the remounting. I just don't want to use an extender + sensor as it creates too many areas for air leakage. I'm already planning on having these cheap Chinese tires on TT replaced with better grade and metal curved stems.

What a money pit! lol I've learned a valuable lesson though. I'll add metal valve stems to my PDI list for my next purchase. Can't believe FR, dealership would put on cheap tires AND rubber valve stems... a disaster waiting to happen.
You can get extended length metal valve stems for you dually so you don't have to use extenders.

I just sent old coot some metal valve stems for his trailer!

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You should try Great RV Products and I think you can get a better price on the TST 507. 8 sensors for 399 plus 3 year warranty no tax and free shipping. 4 sensors for 239


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Thanks for the suggestion.

Just checked out Great RV Products . Great prices for the system. Better than Camping World and not as limited in choices. Camping World only seems to offer the outdated 510 and the 507 Flow-Through. I don't have any need for either as 510 is not practical (non-replaceable batteries) and can't use 507 Flow-Through.

What I need: TST 507 + 507 Flow Through Additional Sensors (2) - Great RV Products . Total: 399 + 100=$499
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Old 08-20-2014, 11:00 AM   #26
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Purchased it direct from TST..
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Old 08-20-2014, 11:04 AM   #27
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You can get extended length metal valve stems for you dually so you don't have to use extenders.

I just sent old coot some metal valve stems for his trailer!

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Probably the best long-term plan to go with extended metal valve stems rather than extenders. Thanks for the suggestion.

TireTracker 10 sensor price: $429 + remounting of inner dually (~$50)=$479.
https://www.tiretraker.com/proddetai...prod=TT400C-10 .

Comparison of TST 507 via Great RV Products and TireTraker essentially the same cost. $479 vs $499.
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Old 08-20-2014, 11:37 AM   #28
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Thanks turbs. Yes, I was out in one of the rains putting mine on. (Only time my wife would sit still inside.) No trouble so far. Had one stop sending on the way home and monitored notified me. I took battery out, cleaned it, and reinstalled. Back up and running. Only complaint is the time delay for first reading.
Forgot about registering. Will do that now. Thanks again.
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Old 08-20-2014, 11:59 AM   #29
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Don't know how they do this, I've never bought from them but this price for trailer TST looks pretty good. I was going to order these until I saw Tire Traker at the Goshen Rally.

TST 507RV 4 Wheel Trailer System w/ Flow-Through Sensors for Sale Online - Vulcan Tire Sales
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Old 08-20-2014, 12:09 PM   #30
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Hello RN......I took my F350 dually to tire barn and they rotated the outside rear tires (stem) about 180 from the inside tire. The inside tire stem is not exactly centered to the outside rim hole but very close. It allowed me to easily install the EEZtire T515 sensors to both dually wheels. If access to the stems ever become an issue. ....I will have new longer valve stem installed to replace the originals. But I like the install.....it worked out.
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