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Old 12-21-2015, 08:15 AM   #11
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Do most (or all) of the TPMS systems screw on to the valve stem? Do any mount internally like vehicles? Just curious as we will probably get a set before next season.
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Old 12-21-2015, 10:05 AM   #12
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I have the TST 507 and it's been great. Use it with the OEM rubber valve stems and have never had an issue with pressure loss
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X3, I put on some steal stems, but they still have a rubber seal. That's all the local tire shop could come up with for me, they seem fine after two seasons.

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Old 12-21-2015, 10:08 AM   #13
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Do most (or all) of the TPMS systems screw on to the valve stem? Do any mount internally like vehicles? Just curious as we will probably get a set before next season.
TST does sell the internal type you describe.

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Old 12-23-2015, 09:08 PM   #14
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I have the InnoTechRV 10 sensor system to install on my 26Y & toad, my buddy has it on his 34' Allegro and is 5 months into a 1 year grand tour. He tells me he loves it, and no booster required as it has a pull up antenna if needed. Screw on sensors (security locks included if you want to use them) and the battery is user replaceable. I have put them on the toad and walked away with the handheld control and still had a signal at 65'. I like that the controller has a Li-Ion battery that will last for a couple weeks between charges, gives me a lot more mounting options.
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Old 01-10-2016, 08:10 PM   #15
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Would like to get a TPMS system for our new Pinnacle. I do currently have the original wheels and tires that came on the unit. So, I have the 235/80/R16 Rainier ST's with metal valve stems. I'm looking at taking these off and replacing with Good Year G614's as well. Any recommendations on what to get would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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RV-IN, I can only comment on the InnoTechRV system that I purchased. I have only had them on for about 1200 miles so far but they seem to work great. I have not needed a booster and the communications to my toad has been perfect, but I only have a 28' rig. You can set the warnings up the way you like, there is a slow leak, fast leak, blowout, under and over pressure as well as high temp warnings. I like that I don't have to keep the receiver plugged in, so it frees up the aux power socket for the GPS. Comes with a suction cup mount and power supply for charging. You can add up to 22 sensors, I have 10 to cover the toad.
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Old 01-10-2016, 11:12 PM   #17
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TPMS update

We just completed a 1500 mile trip with the Tire Minder system we purchased . The sensors are screw on type. We have rubber valve stems. The receiver mounts on a suction cup holder and is wireless. We have a 40' trailer. The senders are amazingly light with changeable batteries. The system has a 65' range without the booster. We opted for the booster as an added option. The booster will override conflicting signals that are present in heavy GPS usage areas. The system worked flawlessly. A bargin system for 189 dollars.
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Would like to get a TPMS system for our new Pinnacle. I do currently have the original wheels and tires that came on the unit. So, I have the 235/80/R16 Rainier ST's with metal valve stems. I'm looking at taking these off and replacing with Good Year G614's as well. Any recommendations on what to get would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Don't forget to check your wheels to make sure they are rated for 110 psi. My Designer wheels are rated for 110 psi fortunately, but I know some 2011 Pinnacles had wheels that were only rated for 80 psi.

I have the TST 507 system with standard non-flow through sensors. The system has worked great for over 5 years now. No booster needed.
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Only one I have ever had is the TST RV-510 system. It has worked flawlessly for 4 or more years. Great customer service and I never have needed a signal booster.
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Old 01-11-2016, 07:31 AM   #20
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I don't see anyone has commented on the EEZ TPMS system so I thought I would add this.
I have the EEZ TPMS system and it will also monitor up to 22 tires. I have had it for a year and it works well most of the time. I have had occasional signal drop outs from the tire that is the farthest away. I'm guessing that I may need to add the booster. My plan is to start the 2016 season out with new batteries and see if I have any issues before getting a booster.

Curious if anyone else is using the EEZ TPMS. The screen on the monitor looks identical to the TST so I'm wondering if it's actually the same system in a different package and label.
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