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Old 06-13-2016, 09:06 AM   #21
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Strigflag - I agree if your using the vehicle for what it was primarily designed for, but in the case of a tow vehicle, I think you should have the option to upgrade one step. On my old 2006 Chevy 1500, LT tires were listed on the door jambs where this 1500 GMC lists only the P metric size which I believe is a load range C. P metric is a nice ride for sure, but are they adequate for 10,000+ miles of towing.
How is your Carchet TPMS working out on your camper? I'm looking at a system for $99 or less on ebay.
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Old 06-13-2016, 11:48 AM   #22
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How is your Carchet TPMS working out on your camper? I'm looking at a system for $99 or less on ebay.
They are working fine for me as long as I keep the monitor screen up near the dash board. If it sits on the floor, the signal gets blocked. Also, my trailer is only a 21'er. I feel the further you get the sensors from the display panel, the more problem you'll have with signal. All in all, I'm satisfied with what I got. I didn't pay big bucks, and I didn't expect big buck performance. So far, things are working out OK.

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