Originally Posted by Eric F.
I did not notice any change in the way the trailer felt and some of the roads I went over were pretty twisty. Should I have noticed a difference in the way the trailer felt? I must admit, I have never had a flat on a trailer. Looked like I ran over a rock. It was a good puncture
Has anyone used the remote pressure gauges? I think they screw onto the valve stem and transmit to a device inside the car......
I have read where many others could not tell that they had a flat on the trailer. My DD and SIL had a flat last spring, and another member or our group had to call them on the CB to let them know about the flat......my DD and SIL had no idea.
I use the this: PressureProSystem :: Home
The reciever has no problem picking up the signal from the trailer tires, and I do not use a repeater. I even used in on my aluminum skinned Trailmanor without a problem.
I had metal valve stems installed to prevent the bending due to centrifugal force that happens with the rubber stems.
Chap , DW Joy, and Fur Baby Sango
2006 Ford F150 Super Cab 4x4
2008 Surveyor 263