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Old 04-04-2014, 08:28 PM   #21
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I got the TST 507 flow through also, haven't used them yet but very happy with there customer service and a three year warranty. Not so happy with Vulcan tire customer service.
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Old 04-04-2014, 09:39 PM   #22
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Heady, my mistake. I ordered something else from Tweety's. Got a 5% discount. I paid about the same as you did for the TST 507 with the flow thru sensors directly from TST. I did buy the repeater based on advise from TST.
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Old 04-04-2014, 09:41 PM   #23
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Shorty Cox, if you are interested I have a TST TM-507Rv set. I bought and used for 1 trip from Maryland to Florida and back. Everything in original box with instructions. Some things never opened. I got 4 sensors. I believe I bought it straight from TST. I will sell it to you for $100.00. Just after that trip I became a camp host at our local state park. I only tow about 40 miles a year now. If you are interested I'll send you some pictures.
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Old 04-10-2014, 07:18 AM   #26
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I have the TST 507 non-flow through sensor system and a signal booster is not needed for my rig. I have 8 sensors and I do have metal valve stems. My system is over two years old and it gives me great peace of mind when towing. I used to continually look in my mirrors expecting to see rubber and pieces of my 5'er littering the road behind me. Now I still look back obviously, but I'm looking for traffic catching me vs slinging pieces of rubber. My system saved me one time when I didn't tighten a sensor enough after adding some air to one of the tires the night before I left on a trip. The next morning after leaving my site the TST alarm sounded after I had moved about 50'. The tire had leaked down to just under my low pressure set point. I aired the tire back up and closely monitored the pressure for the day's trip. Since the pressure didn't leak down any all day I know I was the cause of the pressure drop.

TST507 is a great system in my book.
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These little devices really look nice and provide some peace of mind, but the price is pretty expensive... imo!


Regular tire check and maintenance can also help....

If they would sell these for like 79-139$ US, that would be a fair price... but 259-359$ is for me not something I am willing to pay....
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Old 04-10-2014, 11:52 AM   #28
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Here's a more affordable model


http://www.accutiregauge.com/tire-pr...re-ms-4378-gb/


Might not have all the bells and whistle of the others, but still serves the purpose!
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Interesting stuff Salsa. I also see the sensors are labeled RR, RF... which is a nice touch.
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Sometimes company have the arm too long when they come and dig in our pockets...

And although safety is something you don't want to mess with, there's a point where my wallet say F* safety!
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