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Old 05-14-2018, 09:47 PM   #1
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Close call, thank you Tire Tracker

Driving home from 4 day camping outing 1 hour from hone yesterday, Mothers Day. Suddenly the Tire Tracker went off and it showed a rapidly leaking tire. We were close to an exit and immediately slowed down to 45 mph and got off. Pulled into a gas station and sure enough the back left tire looked low. Pressure test showed about 8 lbs. 45 minutes earlier it was checked and was at recommended 65 lbs. Close call. Put on spare and finished going home. I see a tiny stub of a nail sticking out. Will take to tire shop tomorrow. Thankfully I had that Tire Tracker TT500. Don't know how much longer that tire would have lasted before it shredded and tore up the camper. Thanks Tire tracker.

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Old 05-15-2018, 01:10 AM   #2
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Great to hear it saved your tushie!
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