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Old 09-22-2019, 07:47 AM   #21
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tpms camera

I have a 2019 f350 and jayco 393t .I ran the wiring into the kingpin area down thru my generator compartment under the trailer and into the garage up the interior corner and out the original furrion area and mounted ford camera.my tpms fit my aluminum wheels perfect
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Old 09-23-2019, 06:19 AM   #22
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I ultimately purchased the TST trailer tire system with the caps that go on the valve stem.
I had, at first, thought I should have gone the extra mile and installed the internal sensors. I've been using this for a few months now, and I am very pleased with it. I didn't even need to install the repeater. The monitor sits on my dashboard, and I have not had any issues with the sensor signals reaching the monitor. I get temperature and pressure readouts very reliably. I actually now prefer the separate monitor because I can keep and eye on all the tires while the truck's information system monitors all the other information I need to keep an eye on. For instance, I need to scan trough the options on my truck to actually see the pressure of my truck tires. Although the alarm would notify me of any trailer tire issues, it's nice to see what is going on. I now have a good idea of what is normal for given travel conditions.
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Old 09-23-2019, 07:45 AM   #23
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I liked the idea of having the trailer tires integrated into the existing Ford TPMS system rather than yet another display mounted on the dash. But the price for the Ford at $600, I opted for the TST system from TechnoRV for $300. The little color monitor for the system fits neatly into the little compartment at the base of the central console below the radio- like it was made for it. After all, you do not need to constantly watch the monitor- just be able to hear the alarm and this lets either Joan or me glance down to read the screen if needed. We used the Cap sensor version and the caps mounted on the Endurance tire stems easily with no mods.


For the back up camera, the dealer installed the Furrion. Lucky for us- because we did not know to ask- they installed the version that works as a constant rear monitor and not just in back-up mode. The fish-eye view with the wide angle lens takes getting used to but I have it aimed such that when passing a vehicle, when it just recedes from the view of the rear, it's safe (and considerate) to pull back into the right lane. Just wish it was battery powered like the TST monitor because the power cord is annoying.


We also just installed the Rand McNalley Overdryve RV GPS and for $67 are considering adding the optional license-plate mounted rear camera (also wireless). The bumper-height view may be more useful but of course you have to share the view with the Nav system.
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Old 02-23-2020, 05:38 PM   #24
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We just purchased a 2020 Eagle 280RSOK and have a 2019 F350 Lariat with the ultimate camera system for a TV. I purchased the Ford camera/TPMS system that I will be installing as soon as the weather allows. I don’t see an obvious way to run camera wiring and keep it hidden on this model trailer. Any ideas, thoughts, suggestions or insights? TIA!
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Old 02-23-2020, 06:37 PM   #25
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We just purchased a 2020 Eagle 280RSOK and have a 2019 F350 Lariat with the ultimate camera system for a TV. I purchased the Ford camera/TPMS system that I will be installing as soon as the weather allows. I donít see an obvious way to run camera wiring and keep it hidden on this model trailer. Any ideas, thoughts, suggestions or insights? TIA!
I ran it under the trailer. Zip tied to the propane hose.
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Old 02-23-2020, 06:50 PM   #26
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I ran it under the trailer. Zip tied to the propane hose.
My quandary is how to get it from the camera at the top rear, down to the bottom and keep it hidden. The best I can come up with is run it down the ladder. Iím hoping thereís a better way Iím overlooking. There isnít a corner bead on this trailer model to hide it behind. And there isnít an obvious way to run it across the roof either.
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Old 02-23-2020, 09:11 PM   #27
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The Ford TPMS valve stems with sensors fit our 2018 321RSTS 16Ē rims with no problem. Still waiting for the harness etc. to show up. Our truck was an early order and tpms was listed at a no brainer price of $55. Oops! It is now listed at $550 (missed a 0 when
First price list was published-probably explains why rest of the stuff hasnít shipped yet). At any rate, unless truck was ordered with TPMS I donít think it can be easily added
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Old 03-14-2020, 10:28 PM   #28
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I had the sensors put in my 2017 North Point but didnít know about having to have the TOMS come from the factory on my 2018 f350. So I wasted money on the sensors. I am SOL!!!
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Bstannard: has to come from factory, no exceptions,
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Old 03-15-2020, 05:28 AM   #30
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When I ordered my 2019 F250 it was not at all clear that the TTPMS had to be ordered with the factory build and was only available with the trailer camera option. My salesman insisted that the truck would come with the TTPMS without ordering the trailer camera option. I learned the hard way that he was wrong and that the Ford literature was very vague when choosing options. I would hope that the 2020 models this has been clarified.
In my opinion, if you order the trailer package, fifth wheel puck system etc which include necessities such as the trailer brake controller, it would only make sense to include the TTPMS as standard equipment.
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Can’t beat a 1979 Scout II ! Had 2 of them. One I cut the frame down and put Jeep body on. Loved it for trail riding and rock crawling.
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Canít beat a 1979 Scout II ! Had 2 of them. One I cut the frame down and put Jeep body on. Loved it for trail riding and rock crawling.
Yes, Scout II bodies disintegrated pretty rapidly, but a Jeep body on a Scout chassis-itís a wonderful they didnít reject each other (lol)! The low end grunt of those engines was (still is) pretty amazing. I enjoy driving them as always get comments. The 1210 pick up has gone to work every day from March through November for 20 years.
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Old 03-16-2020, 07:17 AM   #33
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I have the ford tpms and camera . I ran the ford wiring inside the pin box area then down n out my gen box along the bottom of the trailer towards the rear then fished it up to the top where I installed the camera. The tpms also fit my jayco 16Ē aluminum Wheels and I set the trailer tire pressure on my dash
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