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Old 07-17-2018, 07:11 AM   #1
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Tire monitoring

Anybody have ideas on what to use for electronic monitoring tires?
My moho is a 2000 36xc dp.
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Old 07-17-2018, 07:55 AM   #2
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Anybody have ideas on what to use for electronic monitoring tires?
My moho is a 2000 36xc dp.
New to this site and airstream.
I added the EZTire when I got the GYE tires last month, good value, reliable performance, easy set-up. It will monitor up to 22 tires.
There are more expensive units available but this one does the job for us. 👍

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Old 04-21-2019, 07:28 AM   #3
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We use PressurePro tire monitor system.
Had it on our 345, and now on our new to us Land Yacht Diesel.
Great system!
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Old 04-21-2019, 07:29 AM   #4
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TST cap sensors.
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Old 05-09-2019, 09:33 AM   #5
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I second on the choice of Pressure Pro system. Was able to meet the founder of the system, before he passed away, in Harrisonville MO. Great family and people that work there. Have had no problems and easy to install.
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Old 05-09-2019, 10:45 AM   #6
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I have used these for several years on a couple of different trucks and trailers and am very happy with them. Used by the pros and the customer service is great.

https://tsttruck.com/
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Old 05-10-2019, 09:18 AM   #7
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One more vote for the TST. I got them cheap at the Quartzite RV show when I first got into RVs. I have since purchased more senders for my Toad allowing me to move the receiver to the vehicle I am driving and see both when I am towing.

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Old 05-10-2019, 09:21 AM   #8
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I have a Systemm from TST. Works great.
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Yes, the TST system seems to work well. Mine is 11 months old now. I hate to admit it but it is a pain for me when I have to reprogram the sensors. One sensor failed and the tire shop rotated tires on the truck. Maybe others pick this skill up quicker than I do. But once setup and programed it stays on track fine. Would have been easy to remove the sensors, let them move the tires, and then replace the sensors in the correct position. But I did not realize they were doing a tire rotation in with the other services. I really like not having to have a cord run to the display.
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Yes, the TST system seems to work well. Mine is 11 months old now. I hate to admit it but it is a pain for me when I have to reprogram the sensors. One sensor failed and the tire shop rotated tires on the truck. Maybe others pick this skill up quicker than I do. But once setup and programed it stays on track fine. Would have been easy to remove the sensors, let them move the tires, and then replace the sensors in the correct position. But I did not realize they were doing a tire rotation in with the other services. I really like not having to have a cord run to the display.
Been there on the tire rotation. When I first installed them I made a little drawing that has the sensor number at each location. That made switching them to the right wheel easy. It also makes putting them back on the trailer in the spring in their proper location, ( I take them off the trailer for the winter).
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When I first installed them I made a little drawing that has the sensor number at each location. That made switching them to the right wheel easy.
TST includes a page of labels for the sensors. I used T-1 -- T-4. In my mind, T-1 is front left, T-2 is front right, etc. (T being "Trailer").
Except, the TST monitor goes F/R, F/L, etc. The monitor still reads correctly, but it bugs me that my #1 is seen as #2.
Good rainy day project, except rather than re-program them, I'll just swap the numbered anti-theft caps.
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Old 05-10-2019, 02:07 PM   #12
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I added the EZTire system
i use it with 6 wheels

4 on the TV
2 on the AS

the batteries last about 1 year
i change them in the spring for the new system
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I looked at EZ and TST. Ended up going with Bellacorp and have been very pleased with them. Going on our 2nd season with the sensors and have not had to replace the batteries yet. Bellacorp built TPMS around the horse trailer industry - but they work flawlessly with our 28ft Safari. These were significantly less than EZ and TST but with the same rating and quality.

https://www.amazon.com/Bellacorp-Tir...QB63RHZ9R&th=1
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