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Old 07-12-2016, 08:20 AM   #11
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I have a Tire Minder. It can be a little confusing to set up but there is a great set up video to watch at Camping World. If you still have a question you can call the Tire Minder support number. Their phone support is 110%
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Old 07-12-2016, 09:33 AM   #12
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OK, I've done enough research and after calling TST directly, I ordered the 507RV. I mentioned to them I was leaving for a trip and needed the system by this Thursday and asked about cost for 2-day shipping. TST said they would cover the cost and guaranteed I'll have it this Thursday!

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Old 07-12-2016, 10:48 AM   #13
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Another TST user here. Easy set up, and no issues with it so far. I also like the small screen as it doesn't take up much dash / windshield space.

EDIT: I have not changed to metal valve stems and haven't noticed any air loss so will continue 'as-is'.

https://www.amazon.com/Truck-System-...ilpage_o00_s00
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Old 07-13-2016, 06:02 AM   #14
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Another TST user here. Easy set up, and no issues with it so far. I also like the small screen as it doesn't take up much dash / windshield space.

EDIT: I have not changed to metal valve stems and haven't noticed any air loss so will continue 'as-is'.

https://www.amazon.com/Truck-System-...ilpage_o00_s00
Force, good-to-know. Did you get the model with or without the Flow-Through sensors? I decided to go without, I like the smaller sensors.

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Force, good-to-know. Did you get the model with or without the Flow-Through sensors? I decided to go without, I like the smaller sensors.

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I have the flow through ones.

They do stick out a bit, but I wanted the ability to quickly top off a tire w/o needing an Allen wrench to remove them from the stem first.

Then again, I've only had to add 3-4 psi to one tire when I first installed them. They've all stayed, per the sensors, at 78-80 psi cold ever since.
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This is my next big upgrade and have narrowed to TST and Tireminder. Either way I want the non-flow through sensors. Looks like TST is the favorite.
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Old 07-14-2016, 01:21 PM   #17
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I just upgraded from 7-year old PressurePro to TST 507RV. PressurePro served me well, but batteries were dying, and I wanted user-changeable batteries and flow-through fill capability.
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Since this thread is fairly recent I want to share my recent experience with TST Truck Systems.

I have the TST 507 flow through TPMS System. They are currently 2 seasons old. I have another year warranty left on them. Nope, I'm not complaining :-)

For some odd reason my Receiver/Display started to randomly detect my sensors, if at all. After performing the recommended suggestions to activate the sensors thinking it was them, it turns out it's the Receiver/Display.

How do I know? Bev at TST sent me a completely new system Express so I would have a working system this weekend when DW and I depart for 3 glorious weeks of camping, FINALLY.

From the time I contacted Bev, until the new system arrived, 2 days passed. I'm in Canada!!!

Anyway, I saw this thread, Have made recommendations pertaining to TPMS systems in other threads, Specifically TST because I did my homework as well to figure out which system to go with. Bev proved all that I had read about TST and their support.


About Valve stems, Heres my post about the solution I went with. http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f1...tml#post362903


Note: I'm watching those rubber stems really closely and am happy to have a working TPMS again.


Now to ship back the parts I did not use, and the broken Receiver/Display.
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