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Old 06-24-2011, 12:43 PM   #11
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[QUOTE=tafische;27378]I saw a monitor that also alerted to temp, but dont remember which one.

TST has both pressure and temp. monitor.
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Old 06-24-2011, 02:35 PM   #12
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Even with the nitrogen , the tpms system in my car alerted me to a slo leak which I was able to have fixed before it went flat, the are worth the money. Tough to" eyeball" at 60 mph
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ldlogue. first of all, sorry to here about your MIL. I hope everything works out. Second I already have the surge protector, so the next thing on my list is the tpms. I agree that it is a lot of money, and may not give me enough time to catch a tire that goes bad now, but I should have enough time to get to the side of the road if we get a slow leak. Just trying to be safe while we are on the road. Give your MIL our regards. Ernie
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Old 06-26-2011, 10:58 PM   #14
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I have PressurePro that I bought when I had a MH and towed a PU. I have moved them to the TT and since I had so many, I put them on the PU. Apparently, the Dodge PU has an aluminum valve stem and the monitors corrode and you are unable to get them off. Discount Tire had to cut two of them off. Called PP and they had not heard about the problem, so I have no solution. They suggested dielectric grease when you put them on. Otherwise, I have had them for 4 years and love them.
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Old 06-27-2011, 11:43 AM   #15
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ldlogue. first of all, sorry to here about your MIL. I hope everything works out. Second I already have the surge protector, so the next thing on my list is the tpms. I agree that it is a lot of money, and may not give me enough time to catch a tire that goes bad now, but I should have enough time to get to the side of the road if we get a slow leak. Just trying to be safe while we are on the road. Give your MIL our regards. Ernie
Thanks Ernie for the kind words. She is doing as well as can be expected. We are settled at home now and trying to get a routine going.

I posted on another forum which would they recommend first a TPM or Surge Suppressor. Almost to the man they said get the surge suppressor first. The thinking was you spend more time parked and plugged in usually and the possibility of a surge was always there with the possibility of damage to expensive elec equip and devices. The TPM was a definite second though as lots of damage can occur from a flat. The consensus was it wasn't much help with a blowout as it happened so fast. .
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