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Old 02-15-2015, 06:34 AM   #15
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Old 02-15-2015, 10:54 AM   #16
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What brand did you get?
A much easier way to go is Truck Systems Technologies TPMS. They have an RV specific system that is very easy to install. The screw-on sensors detect both temp and pressure and they are easy to code to their tire location. They also have user replaceable batteries. The monitor can be hard wired or will run for a week or more on installed battery which can be charged with an included cig lighter plug. It will support up to 22 sensors, I bought 8 with mine, 6 for my AI two more for a trailer I occasionally pull with my motorcycle in it. The monitor cycles thru each tire for about 5 seconds reading out temp and pres. (you can set the monitor to not cycle thru the trailer tires when the trailer is not along). Alarm set points are user adjustable for each axle. Very affordable and easy to use system.
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Old 02-15-2015, 10:57 AM   #17
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It will support up to 22 sensors, I bought 8 with mine, 6 for my AI two more for a trailer I occasionally pull with my motorcycle in it.
Get two more, one for your Interstate spare tire, one for your trailer spare. Spare tires sit and sit and generally get ignored until they're needed. That's the wrong time to discover that your spare is also flat.
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Old 02-15-2015, 12:11 PM   #18
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Get two more, one for your Interstate spare tire, one for your trailer spare. Spare tires sit and sit and generally get ignored until they're needed. That's the wrong time to discover that your spare is also flat.
Leave it to Protag to come up with an excellent idea!
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A much easier way to go is Truck Systems Technologies TPMS. They have an RV specific system that is very easy to install. The screw-on sensors detect both temp and pressure and they are easy to code to their tire location. They also have user replaceable batteries. The monitor can be hard wired or will run for a week or more on installed battery which can be charged with an included cig lighter plug. It will support up to 22 sensors, I bought 8 with mine, 6 for my AI two more for a trailer I occasionally pull with my motorcycle in it. The monitor cycles thru each tire for about 5 seconds reading out temp and pres. (you can set the monitor to not cycle thru the trailer tires when the trailer is not along). Alarm set points are user adjustable for each axle. Very affordable and easy to use system.
I also have a TST TPMS. They have great customer service. I first bought an internal sensor system, but when I had trouble getting it installed they exchanged it for the flow-thru external sensors and refunded the difference.
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