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Old 06-10-2016, 06:36 AM   #141
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Thanks for the link. Interested to know if others go with the recommended 20% and 10% high/low settings?
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Old 06-10-2016, 06:38 AM   #142
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Thanks for the link. Interested to know if others go with the recommended 20% and 10% high/low settings?

You're welcome. I personally go with those recommendations. My tires want 50 PSI. My alarms are set for 60 and 45 on the high and low ends. I have the TST TPMS with internal sensors.
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Good to know. I know some base it on actual TT weight as measured on a truck scale but I prefer to take the easier approach for now.
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Thanks for the link. Interested to know if others go with the recommended 20% and 10% high/low settings?
Yes, I inflate to 65 and set the TST to 20% high and 10% low. I have the stem mounts.
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Tst tpms

I recommend the cap sensors over the flow through because they are more durable and less likely to be damaged.
There are thousands of Airstreams using this system now with no problems
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Those are reasonable settings.
It may depend on the ambient temperature of the area you are traveling i.e. Altitude, extreme heat or cold.
Good starting point though
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