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Old 07-30-2015, 08:21 AM   #1
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What brand and kind do you prefer?
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Old 07-30-2015, 08:41 AM   #2
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Old 07-30-2015, 09:36 AM   #3
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I'm using the TST Trucker flow thru. I'm not sure I prefer this brand over another I just liked the flow thru feature so I can air up without removing the sensor. This model also has changeable batteries so I don't have to replace the sensor every few years.
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I'm using the TST Trucker flow thru. I'm not sure I prefer this brand over another I just liked the flow thru feature so I can air up without removing the sensor. This model also has changeable batteries so I don't have to replace the sensor every few years.
Couldn't remember the TST brand name. Lots of folks will give them great marks. I like the idea of the flow-thru sensors. Our sensors also have the user replaceable batteries.
Having a good one is probably more important than "which" one. Mine has alerted me twice of a tire failure and more than earned it's keep both times. Once I learned what a shredding tire could do to the wheel well and surrounding area (thanks JOF!) I bought my TPMS. I also take notice of other TT's that are damaged due to driving with a shredded tire, my neighbor is one of them. It surprises me how many I see.
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I have had a TST 510 system for 4 years and it has performed very well; the company is very responsive to questions.
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TST507 here with the flow thru sensors for convenience.
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TST 507 system for 4 years. Works well, no repeater needed with my 35' 5'er, user replaceable sensor batteries, great service when needed, standard sensors (not flow through), and the best part "Saved Me" from running on a slow leaking tire.
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