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Old 06-20-2017, 08:19 AM   #21
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I looked around before we purchased a TPMS 3 yrs ago & it seemed there wasn't a big difference between any of the various manufacturers. Everyone seemed to like the one they bought.

I have used the EEZTIRE T515/SP TPMS for several years and they work great without a signal booster. It's about 50' from the receiver on the dash to the rear wheels of the Wrangler Unlimited. I just changed the batteries in all 10 transmitters on the wheels after more than 2 years. Pretty good service.

We are looking at down-sizing to the Isata 3 & want to transfer the the TPMS from the class A. So for Bob's issue of dropping a rear read out, I wonder if there is something in the MB chassis that blocks the signal?


Oh, one other thing. The TPMS saved me from a catastrophic tire failure once. Glad I had them.
Dave & Julie - Motorhomeless for a while!
SOLD 2018 Isata-3 24FW - Invisibrake/Roadmaster Falcon All-Terrain Tow Bar/2019 Wrangler Sport S 2.0 Turbo
SOLD 2015 Tiffin Allegro 36LA/2014 Wrangler Sahara Unlimited
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