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Old 12-10-2018, 08:00 AM   #21
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Does each sensor come with a visible ID number so a person can know which one goes on which wheel, should they be taken off and mixed together.

Or does the owner have to mark each sensor in some manor?
They come with numbered stickers you put on your sensors.
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Old 12-12-2018, 09:04 AM   #22
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We are on our third TT with the TST 507's and love it!
Had a battery issue and TST sent me repeater FOC. Great Customer Service!
I had STST stems installed along with the flow-thru sensor and have seen no wear patterns or any damage at all.
One of the true definitions of "they just work and work well".
We highly recommend TST to anybody considering a TPMS Systems.
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One of the true definitions of "they just work and work well".
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Old 12-26-2018, 09:07 AM   #24
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Tpms

Can the tpms be used on a regular tire valve? I have a "new to me" 2014 Flight 26bh and would like to install this system if no major modifications are required.
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Yes, the sensors can be installed on regular tire valves. I have them on the back tires of my Kia Soul when we dolly tow. They will need to be programmed to monitor the tire pressure in the proper range. However, I would not install them on any rubber valve stems that are very long. That may cause an issue.

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