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Old 08-18-2020, 04:57 PM   #61
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I have a duel foot. My stem travels inward where you cannot get any kind of straight shot to the stem. Now if the air Chuck could curve to a 45 degree angle all would be good. I can reach between the wheels and unscrew the valve cap but that still does help me.
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TST here also, it's a peace of mind.
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Tire pressure

I know what a duel foot TP gauge is and what it looks like. There is nothing made that would solve my problem no matter if it was a quad head gauge
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Tire pressure

And also the more crap you add to that valve stem, like extensions and especially TP monitors you run into problems with numerous leaks. I use what truckers use Flexible wire braided extensions with a sturdy rim tie down.
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Here is a past thread on the subject: https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f...e-62615-2.html
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And also the more crap you add to that valve stem, like extensions and especially TP monitors you run into problems with numerous leaks. I use what truckers use Flexible wire braided extensions with a sturdy rim tie down.
Well you will have to find someone that can recommend what you need to make it accessible to you.

Let's steer this thread back on track in the original discussion of Tire Pressure monitor systems.
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TST is the best just installed my second one , up graded to unit that has fill capabilities
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Do you still have the Tireminder crap? I'm interested
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No. I paid over $200 for my tire minder. And on one trip I hit a bump the two of them flew off into the hinterland. $50 a piece to replace. Screw it. I have good tires a really good digital pressure gauge and I checked my tires before I go anywhere if a tire were to blow I'm sure I would know it in a second. If I had a flat tire people would pull up to me honk their horn and point backwards from their windows which I would then go holy crap what now
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Well you will have to find someone that can recommend what you need to make it accessible to you.

Let's steer this thread back on track in the original discussion of Tire Pressure monitor systems.
I did find someone my reputable tire dealer who took the outside tires off and put stainless steel extensions on very sturdy I can get at them now to put air in I put the tires back on and everything's perfect problem solved
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Another happy TST user here. Only beef is that the color monitor screen can be hard to read in some light, esp. ironically the red characters which are the important warning messages. But remember that you do not need to mount it on your dash, but rather keep it in a convenient console cubby where the warning horn can be heard and then whoever is riding shotgun can fish it out and read it at an angle away from light.
You don't need to run a wire to it either; the battery charge lasts over a month and they ask that you do NOT leave it plugged in.
Just installed a new system..they have upgraded their screens...very easy to see now
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I did find someone my reputable tire dealer who took the outside tires off and put stainless steel extensions on very sturdy I can get at them now to put air in I put the tires back on and everything's perfect problem solved
Great news. Makes it easy and peace of mind to be able to check the cold pressure when desired.
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