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Old 01-17-2008, 12:11 PM   #1
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Does anyone have experience with tire pressure moniters for Travel Trailers? I have read about Pressure Pro but want more information before buying anything.
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Old 01-17-2008, 12:23 PM   #2
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Tire pressure monitors are very good, and if you have a two (or three) axle trailer, you should have one. The reason is that if a tire goes flat you will only know it when you look in the mirror and see chunks of rubber flying out from under the trailer.
That said, it is good as a preventive measure also, it will alert you if a tire goes low before damage is done to the tire or trailer. Some people remove them from their tires if storing for an extended period.
if you want more technical info 68overlander here on the forums is a dealer, he will be happy to fiull you in.
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PressurePro seems to be the best system on the market and you have dealers on this forum. Do the search.
When I am not camping, I am installing the sensors on my car for long trips. Love checking the tire pressure at 75 mph.
Just train the wife what to do. When alarm come on mine, she pulled the plug. Good thing the tire had minimal pressure drop and wasn't that bad a week later when I come back.
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Lewster is Beta testing another system at this time. He promises to have a report out very soon. Perhaps if you PM him he will have more information. Having said that, Pressure Pro seems to be the system of choice among Forum members.
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Does anyone have experience with tire pressure moniters for Travel Trailers? I have read about Pressure Pro but want more information before buying anything.

It works as advertised. I'm very pleased with mine.
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Does anyone have experience with tire pressure moniters for Travel Trailers? I have read about Pressure Pro but want more information before buying anything.
Check this thread: http://www.airforums.com/forums/f438...essure+monitor
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PressurePro does lead the world in aftermarket TPMS and they do work as advertised. There are some what I call Harbor Freight knockoffs coming on board too. These companies from China and Taiwan send us stuff all of the time trying to get us to sell them but they are not what we are interested in and not PressurePro. Pressurepro is made in the USA (Lancing, Michigan)
PP now has high pressure alert as well factory set at 24% and user adjustable.
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