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Old 03-17-2016, 11:46 AM   #113
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So is it safe to use these jack points to change a tire?
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Old 03-18-2016, 08:04 AM   #114
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So is it safe to use these jack points to change a tire?
Yes, on page C-3 of my owners manual that is the approved and recommend lifting point for tire changing.
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Old 05-30-2016, 10:05 AM   #115
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What High/Low Temp settings should I go with for a FC 23? Factory Defaults?
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If you are in fact questioning the temperature setting and not the pressure setting. If you are using the TST system the temperature setting is factory set at 158. That is the temperature that Michelin has suggested since tires will fail above 180 degrees they give that margin of safety. If you are using another system i would assume that recommendation would be advisable.

As far as pressure setting high would be 20 psi above cold pressure and low 10 psi below cold setting.
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Old 05-30-2016, 10:38 AM   #117
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Yes I have the TST 507. The trailer has Goodyear Marathon tires rated at 65 psi so I will use your high low recommendations. Thanks.
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If you are in fact questioning the temperature setting and not the pressure setting. If you are using the TST system the temperature setting is factory set at 158. That is the temperature that Michelin has suggested since tires will fail above 180 degrees they give that margin of safety. If you are using another system i would assume that recommendation would be advisable.

As far as pressure setting high would be 20 psi above cold pressure and low 10 psi below cold setting.
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Old 05-30-2016, 10:57 AM   #118
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Any recommendations on how to number/set up 4 TST 507 sensors for a dual axle TT?
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Old 05-30-2016, 11:57 AM   #119
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Any recommendations on how to number/set up 4 TST 507 sensors for a dual axle TT?
I got TST 507s three years ago. The kit came with a bunch of ID stickers and some documentation on their numbering plan.

For a dual axle trailer, the front axle IDs are T1 for the left and T4 for the right, and the rear axle IDs are T5 for the left and T8 for the right.
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Old 05-30-2016, 12:21 PM   #120
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Any recommendations on how to number/set up 4 TST 507 sensors for a dual axle TT?
If you are not comfortable with a left to right front to rear numerical system using the tags that came with the system consider getting a fine pointed permanent marker and marking each wheel per your idea.

Mine are 1 -10 front to rear.
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Old 05-30-2016, 02:16 PM   #121
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I will go with the standard although Ti should be right.
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I got TST 507s three years ago. The kit came with a bunch of ID stickers and some documentation on their numbering plan.

For a dual axle trailer, the front axle IDs are T1 for the left and T4 for the right, and the rear axle IDs are T5 for the left and T8 for the right.
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Are there any internal TPMS trailer wheel sensor kits like those fitted on OEM vehicles?

You wouldn't have to worry about all this theft/metal valve stem nonsense.
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I think TST has some. We have made so many mods to the new AS we settled for the 507. We put Centramatics balancers on the wheels so will hold off on metal stems for a while.
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Are there any internal TPMS trailer wheel sensor kits like those fitted on OEM vehicles?

You wouldn't have to worry about all this theft/metal valve stem nonsense.

Cost of metal stems, install and rebalance with sensors attached was less than $30. Theft? I have never heard of this happening. Anyone?
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Are there any internal TPMS trailer wheel sensor kits like those fitted on OEM vehicles?

You wouldn't have to worry about all this theft/metal valve stem nonsense.
Yes we have the Dill Trailer TPMS and it works well like the factory sensors on most cars. FYI We use the included antenna extension to place the antenna near the rear of the TV. We tow a 25E.
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I set up my TST 507 for the 4 TT tires and the monitor still shows the right front TV tire. Is that normal?
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