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Old 06-10-2020, 09:30 AM   #1
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Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

Does anyone have any experience/recommendations for a TPMS on a Jayhawk se 22c? Do I need flow-through sensors for the inner tires at the back?
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Old 06-10-2020, 10:44 AM   #2
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I use a Tire Minder TM 77 on my coach. Had some initial. issues which I worked out with Minder Research but all is well after they replaced 4 sensors.

Pass through sensors are a matter of personal preference. I find them not necessary because my tire pressure rarely drops and for the occasiobnal pressure adjustment I'll just remove the sensor and re-install it afterwards.
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I use the TST507 system. It is suitable for a dual wheel but I have never felt the need to use flow thrus sensors. Maybe consider an angled stem that could be easier to access would be a consideration.
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I use tiretech, tp7002. Used it for several years on TT and now on greyhawk. Additional sensors on car dolly when in use. Range hasn't been an issue which I've heard others can have with TTs. It is a pain to add/remove sensors but easy to adjust existing. Accuracy is 2-3 psi. I have them on both dually wheels in the back, which can be difficult to put on trying to fit hands back there. I tried some valve extenders, which could be very helpful, but getting the right curve to fit with the aluminum wheels caps was too much trouble unless I bought expensive ones.
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