After reading all the tire troubles Brian (moosetags) had on his recent trip, documented in this thread http://www.airforums.com/forums/f42/...ion-32418.html
, I decided to purchase the system based on everyone's recommendations here.
I purchased it from the vendor at the International Rally in Perry. It installed very easily, in about 10 - 20 minutes for the four trailer wheels. I decided to only monitor the four trailer wheels at this time. I think I would know if something was happening on the truck, and a tire failure on the trailer has a great potential of doing some damage to the trailer.
The cold and max pressure recommendations/ratings for my trailer tires are the same, 50 psi. I've pulled about 3000 miles with that setting and no troubles so far.
The PressurePro provides an easy morning tire check. Pressing the arrows on the panel scrolls through all the sensors, so you can see if you are starting at the correct psi. While towing this past weekend in the 95 degree FL sun, I was able to see that the tires had increased about 5 psi. from the cold morning setting.
It's very comforting to know that things are going well back there. I'll never travel without it again.
Randy and Pat Godfrey
Region 3 2nd VP, Newsletter Editor, Florida Unit
WBCCI# 7591 - AIR# 17017
2014 27FB Flying Cloud - SilverCabin II
2006 Lincoln Mark LT - Hoke
A journey of a thousand miles, begins with a cash advance