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  • What is Difference Between TireMinder Kits TM79FR and TM56FR
  • The difference is basically the monitor setup. The part # TM79FR comes with a monitor whereas the # TM56FR is designed to sync to a smart phone. The # TM79FR does not have a way to connect to smart phone.
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  • Tire Monitor Recommendation for Motorhome and Trailer with 10 Total Tires
  • We have two really great options for monitoring 10 motorhome and trailer tire pressures with the part # TM56FR which comes with its own monitor or the # TM79FR which syncs to your smart phone and displays the pressures of all tires on your phone screen or with included display. These kits have signal boosters so that you can for sure get the reception needed for all tires to the display and was intended for setups like yours where there's a motorhome and a trailer as well to keep track...
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  • TireMinder i10 for RV with 6 Aluminum Valve Stems Towing Vehicle with 4 Rubber Valve Stems
  • The TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 10 External Tire Sensors # TM56FR only comes with the 10 sensors for brass valve cores, but I do have a way that you can get exactly what you're needing. What you can do is get the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 4 External Tire Sensors # TM89FR and then also order 3 of the part # TM-2ALUM which comes with 2 of the aluminum tire sensors. This will give you the 6 aluminum and 4 brass sensors...
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  • Can TST Flow Through Tire Sensors Replace Standard Sensors
  • To replace the standard sensors of your TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-RV-4-C you need the standard Brass Tire Sensors # TST-507-RV-S4, but you can absolutely upgrade your system to use the flow through tire sensors. I recommend doing this because you don't have to remove flow through sensors to add air to your tires, making it much easier. To add 4 of the flow-through sensors you need to order a quantity of 2 of the Flow Through Tire Sensors for TST TPMS # TST-507-FT-S2. It sounds like...
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  • What Is the Range of the iN-Command TPMS and Do I Need the Repeater
  • The iN-Command TPMS for RVs, Trailers, and Vehicles part # NCTP100 is the actual complete kit that comes with all needed components such as the repeater which is required for installation. The iN-Command TPMS for RVs, Trailers, and Vehicles part # NCTP1002 is simply an add-on for the above kit if you have more than four tires. I spoke with the manufacturer and they stated the repeater is necessarily for installation no matter the length of the trailer and they do not provide a range without...
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  • Will TST TPMS for RVs Work With Rubber Valve Stems and Steel Valve Extensions
  • I reached out to the manufacturer, TST, for you about the TST TPMS for RVs - 6 Tire Sensors # TST-507-RV-6-C and TST TPMS for RVs - 6 Flow Through Tire Sensors # TST-507-FT-6-C. I was told that for your set up, with rubber valve stems and steel valve extensions the system you will need is the TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors # TST-507-RV-6-C. These are safe for use with your steel valve extensions and rubber valve stems. They told me that the flow-through...
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  • Information And Specifications On Tire Linc TPMS For RVs And Trailers
  • My contact at Lippert was able to give me some information regarding the Tire Linc TPMS # LC37VR. The size of the sensor is fairly small, measuring about 3/4" thick and weighing 11 grams each. The battery life will depend on how much the system is used, but generally the batteries last 1-2 years. Set-up time is minimal; the sensors simply screw onto the valve stem and the signal booster will be wired up to 12 volts. The maximum range of communication is 33 feet, however, Lippert recommends...
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  • Easiest to Install/Use Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Trailer Application
  • The tire pressure monitoring system I would recommend for a "beginner" or anyone looking for the easiest to setup and easiest to use in general is the TST TPMS part # TST-507-FT-4. The reason I recommend it is because it installs easier by attaching to the valve stems (others mount in the tire), it's a flow through design which means you can inflate/deflate the tires without removing the sensors, and because it has a grayscale display instead of color which helps with the cost. If you...
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  • Will the TST-507-RV-6-C Work on an RV/Toad That is 68 ft Long Overall?
  • I spoke with my contact over at Truck Systems about the TPMS for RVs # TST-507-RV-6-C and those TPMS sensors will work for your RV, but he mentioned that you would likely want to use the system that has the Flow-Through caps instead, which can be found with part # TST-507-FT-6-C . This is the same exact system with the color monitor, but the caps will allow you to fill your tires without removing the TPMS caps if the need arises. Since there is not a pack of 12 sensors available, you'll...
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  • Flow Through TPMS Sensors For TireMinder i10 TPMS
  • Since the TireMinder TPMS kits are not available in an 8-pack, your best option is to use the TireMinder i10 TPMS with 10 Tire Sensors, item # TM56FR and the 2-pack of Flow Through Tire Sensors for TireMinder TPMS, item # TM66FR. This gives you 10 standard sensors and the two flow through sensors you want. This option gives you two extra standard sensors if one happens to get damaged or lost while traveling. The other option would be to use the TireMinder i10 TPMS with 6 Tire Sensors,...
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  • Difference Between TST-507-RV-6-C and TST-507-FT-6-C Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
  • The only difference between the TST TPMS # TST-507-RV-6-C and # TST-507-FT-6-C is the type of tire sensors that are included with each kit. Kit # TST-507-RV-6-C comes with 6 standard tire sensors, whereas kit # TST-507-FT-6-C comes with 6 flow through tire sensors, which let you inflate or deflate your tires without needing to remove them from the valve stems. The added convenience easily outweighs the small price difference, so I personally recommend going with # TST-507-FT-6-C.
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  • Difference Between TST-507-FT-4 and TST-507-FT-4-C Truck Systems Technologies Tire Pressure Monitors
  • The only difference between the Truck Systems Technologies Tire Pressure System # TST-507-FT-4-C and the # TST-507-FT-4 is that the # TST-507-FT-4-C features a color display monitor and the # TST-507-FT-4 uses a black/white display monitor. Other than that, they're identical. I've linked to a product demonstration video featuring the # TST-507-FT-4-C.
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  • Parts Needed to Add Alert Indicator to Lippert Tire Linc TPMS System
  • You can get alerts when you're not using the app for the # LC37VR system by installing the Alert Indicator for Tire Linc TPMS # LC38RR.
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  • Recommended TPMS with Tempature Readings for a Single Axle Boat Trailer
  • I have two great TPMS options for a single axle boat trailer, the PressurePro FX 2 TPMS for RVs and Trailers part # 372FX2K or the TireMinder TPMS for Single Axle Trailers part # TPMS-TRL-2. The best system really comes down to preference as the main difference is the PressurePro uses your phone as the display and the TireMinder uses its own monitor. That said, the TireMinder requires a special wrench to remove the sensors so someone can't just steal them which I like. They will both...
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  • Tire Pressure Monitor System that Can be Used on 22.5 inch Diameter Wheel
  • The strap length of the tire pressure sensor setup you mentioned would not fit the barrel of a 22.5 inch wheel but we do have a solution with the Tuson TPMS part # 335TPMS6WIVS which basically replaces the valve stems.
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  • Recommended TPMS for Motorhome and Tow Vehicle
  • The TST TPMS for RVs part # TST-507-FT-6-C is what I recommend using to monitor the tire pressures on both the motorhome and towed vehicle. This system uses the flow-through sensors which will be best because motorhomes usually have valve stem extenders which interfere with the other cap-style sensors. The monitor is powered via a cigarette lighter plug which could be modified to wire directly to the battery but this is not something I can recommend. The system will show the psi inside...
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  • What Type of Battery Does the TST TPMS Internal Tire Sensors Use
  • The TST TPMS - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Internal Tire Sensors part # TST34FR does not use replaceable batteries. The batteries have an estimated life of up to 4 years. Once the batteries die, you'll need to replace the sensor using part # TST-507-INT-S1.
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  • Comparing TireMinder i10 TPMS TM98FR and TM29FR For 40' Triple Axle Gooseneck Trailer
  • You are dead on in you analysis of the two Tireminder i10 TPMS kits. The # TM98FR uses screw on sensors that need to be removed to air up the tires, where the # TM29FR uses screw on sensors that are flow through so they do not need to be removed when you go to air up the tires. Both kits work with up to 199lbs of air pressure so both will work just fine with your 235/80/16 Load range G tires at 110 PSI. Since both use the same locking nuts to keep them secure to the valve stem I recommend...
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  • Recommended TPMS That Views Up To 12 Tires At Once
  • The TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers part # TM56FR will monitor up to 20 tires at once, swapping every 6 seconds between the towing vehicle and trailer. The front and rear sections have a maximum tire amount of 10 so it will work just fine with this setup. 10 sensors are included, but extras are available as part # TM-2ALUM for aluminum valve stems or # TM-2BRASS for brass valve stems. The extra sensors are sold in pairs.
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  • What Should High Pressure Alarm Of TST TPMS for RVs TST-507-FT-4-C Be Set At For ST235/80R16 Tires?
  • You should air the tires up to the max PSI rating stamped on the sidewall of your tires, which in your case is 95 PSI as you mentioned. Trailer tires have a different sidewall construction compared to standard vehicle tires, and running less than the max air pressure causes the tire to build up excess heat. Since heat is the main enemy of tires you want to do everything you can to avoid heat. When setting the high pressure warning of the TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster...
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  • Will The Tire Linc TPMS Alert My Phone If The Are Issues With My Tires?
  • Yes, the app will send a notification even when it is on in the background and not running on the screen to your phone if a sensor detects a fault on the Tire Linc TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster # LC37VR. These notifications will include tire pressure, tire temperature, sensor signal loss and low battery warnings. You will be able to adjust the minimum and maximum tire pressures and temperatures in the smartphone app. An Alert Indicator for Tire Linc TPMS # LC38RR can be...
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  • Can I Change my TST TPMS Cap Sensors Over to Flow Through Sensors
  • Great News! We have the replacement Flow Through Tire Sensors for TST TPMS Systems part # TST-507-FT-S2. These will easily pair with your current TST monitor allowing you to monitor your pressures and also check them easily with the removable caps. These come as a 2 pack so just order the quantity you need. I have linked them as well as the instructions for pairing them if you do not still have the user's manual.
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  • TPMS For Travel Trailer Able To Read Over 80 PSI
  • The TireMinder TPMS for Single Axle Trailers - Solar Powered # TPMS-TRL-2 is the only two tire TPMS monitoring system we carry. We do have the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster # TM89FR which is a 4 tire sensor system and can read tire pressures up to 199 PSI.
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure Monitoring System with 12 Sensors
  • The TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors # TST-507-RV-6-C are a great choice for your Class A and trailer. This company actually started out making TPMS for tractor trailers, so these are extremely durable and I really like the color monitor on the system since it's easy to read. Because of the length of the two vehicles I do recommend adding the Signal Booster # TST-507-R. Since the kit comes with 6 sensors you will need 6 more which can be added with...
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  • Using the TireMinder i10 TPMS on Trailer with Wheels with Aluminum Valve Stems
  • What you can do is get the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 4 External Tire Sensors # TM89FR and then also order 3 of the part # TM-2ALUM which comes with 2 of the aluminum tire sensors. This will give you the 6 aluminum plus 4 brass sensors you need for your application.
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  • Availability Of Wiring Instructions For Repeater Dock For Tire Linc TPMS For RVs LC37VR
  • There sure is! Since your trailer does not have a repeater dock you will need to install the repeater dock included with the Tire Linc TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster # LC37VR and wire it to the battery of your RV. You will need to install a 15 amp fuse inline of the power wire on the repeater using an inline fuse holder like the # SWC9544. The # SWC9544 uses mini fuses like what is found in the Mini Fuse Kit # PT62FR. I included a videos for each of the products mentioned,...
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  • Can the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs # TM98FR be Used on Rubber Stems
  • The TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - 6 Flow Through Tire Sensors # TM98FR should not be used with rubber stems. The TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors Item # TM29FR can used with rubber stems, but the rubber stems will need to be high pressure valve stems above 65 psi.
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  • Availability Of Additional TPMS Sensors For TireMinder i10 TPMS TM29FR
  • You sure can! For additional TPMS sensors compatible with the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors # TM29FR you were looking at you will need the Flow Through Tire Sensors for TireMinder TPMS # TM66FR. The # TM66FR is a quantity of two extra sensors, so you will need two of the # TM66FR for the four tires on your towed vehicle. I included a video of the # TM29FR for you to take a look at.
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  • TST Tire Pressure Sensor with Color Display with 12 Total Sensors
  • For a TST TPMS system with a total of 12 sensors you'd need the part # TST-507-FT-6-C for the color display setup with 6 sensors and then you'd need a quantity of 3 of the part # TST-507-FT-S2 which is a pair of sensors. The prices are available at the links below.
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  • Determining Which TireMinder i10 TPMS System For 10 Aluminum Wheels
  • I would be happy to help! The correct system will be dependent on the material of the valve stem, not the wheel it itself. If you have aluminum valve stems I recommend using the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors # TM89FR instead of the 10 tire sensors # TM56FR you were looking at as it is cheaper, and you will not be using the included sensors anyways. Then you will need 5 of the Aluminum Tire Sensors for TireMinder TPMS # TM-2ALUM. If...
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  • Tire Pressure Sensors Compatible with the TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • The Brass Tire Sensors for TST TPMS - Qty 2 # TST-507-RV-S2 and the Signal Booster for TST TPMS # TST-507-R will work well with your current monitor. Many people have done this and the monitor works well with the caps as well as the flow through sensors in whatever combination you desire.
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  • Can PressurePro FX 4 Be Used with 14 Sensors/Wheels
  • If you needed to view 14 total tires between your truck and trailer you certainly could with the part # 372FX4K. This comes with 4 sensors and to add more you'd need the part # 3722SEN which is a pair of sensors. You'd need to order a total quantity of these of 5 of this part number.
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  • Can TireMinder i10 be Used with Multiple Single Axle Trailers
  • You could use the TireMinder i10 part # TM56FR for your three trailer setup and it would work great. The sensor spots on the display that aren't being used would just show blank and the other sensors would still show up like you'd want to. Non-flow through sensors like this would work just fine for your setup since you don't plan to be adjusting air pressure frequently. Essentially these would be basically like valve stem caps. Removal is not difficult. To do a smart phone setup...
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  • Can the TireMinder A1AS Be Configured to Pull Two Trailers
  • You can definitely add more sensors if needed. The TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - Bluetooth - 10 Tire Sensors # TM79FR will include 10 sensors, but the monitor can handle up to 22. The TireMinder Brass Tire Sensors # TM-2Brass come as a pack of 2, so you will need to order 2 sets to get you the amount needed. Unfortunately, the Booster is not available separately at the moment, so the best thing to do would be order the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and...
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  • Is the TST TPMS Compatible With Factory Ram Systems
  • While we have a great option in the TST TPMS with color display and 4 internal tire sensors, # TST34FR this is its own system. Like most aftermarket systems, the signals are not the same frequency as the OEM, that being stated, the TST option above however is one of the best on the market and a very cost effective option considering the data it provides. This TPMS doesn't simply monitor the tire pressure but the temperature as well and it detects blowouts, significant pressure changes,...
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  • What is Max Pressure the TireMinder TPMS for Single Axle Trailers Can Read TPMS-TRL-2
  • The psi range of the # TPMS-TRL-2 is 0-70 psi so if you inflated your Goodyear tires to 65 when cold they would get right up to the max of this system once heated up. The PressurePro FX 2 part # 372FX2K is a similar 2 sensor setup that has a range up to 215 psi and can display on your smart phone if you wanted to consider something else with a higher rating.
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  • Recommended TST TPMS System for 30 Foot Trailer and 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD
  • If your 2019 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Duramax already has a built in TPMS, I don't think you'd need to add the additional sensors to the TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors # TST-507-FT-4-C, but I would definitely consider it. The great thing about adding sensors to this system and not using your vehicle's monitor, is that you can monitor everything on one monitor, as opposed to two. The TST system has an easy to read monitor that can be setup...
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  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System To Use With A Trailer Pulled By Different Vehicles TPMS
  • I recommend using the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster # TM79FR for your trailer. This kit does include 10 sensors which will allow you to also use them on your motorhome and other vehicles if they do not have a monitoring system already installed. The Tireminder will remember up to 22 sensors and you can program the controller to your specific tire pressures for each vehicle. The signal booster simply connects with alligator style clamps so that you can use the...
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  • Installation and Placement of the Repeater for the Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • The repeater of the Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System, # 335TPMS4WIVS can be mounted inside the cargo area of the RV. However, ideally, to get best RF transmission between repeater and tire pressure sensors, it should be in an open space and no/limited barriers between tire pressure sensors. For travel trailers with a bumper pull A-frame hitch, it is best place the repeater onto the A-frame area of the trailer and then use the self-tapping screws to fasten it to the A-frame....
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  • What is Difference Between TST Tire Pressure Monitor Systems # TST-507-FT-4 and # TST-507-FT-4-C
  • The two kits you mentioned are basically the exact same with exception being the color of the display. The # TST-507-FT-4-C has the color display that puts the alert messages in red if there's high or low pressure as well as temperature whereas the gray scale # TST-507-FT-4 would display everything in the same gray-like color. Either kit works great on rubber valve stems. For the second trailer you'd need additional sensors with # TST-507-RV-S4 and you'd be able to use it with the same...
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  • TPMS System for Dual Rear Wheel Motor Homes with Valve Extenders
  • The TST TPMS for RVs part # TST-507-FT-4 is ideal for your situation. It offers 4 flow through sensors. These sensors will attach to your factory valve stems then your extenders can attach to them. This will eliminate the issue with the excess weight of the sensors being to great on the end of the extenders causing them to fail. This will take care of the 4 rears now for the 2 fronts use the Brass Tire Sensors for TST TPMS part # TST-507-RV-S2 which will give you the two standard front...
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  • How To Change Batteries In Cap TPMS Sensors Of TST TPMS for RVS TST-507-RV-6-C
  • To replace the batteries of the TPMS Cap sensors included with the TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors # TST-507-RV-6-C you will need to use the included wrench to turn the nut on the sensor counter clockwise. That will give you access to the CR2032 battery, and you can find replacements at a local hardware store. When installing the new battery you will need to make sure the + side of the battery is facing up. Once its in place just make sure that the...
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  • Difference Between In-Command TPMS # NCTP1002 and # NCTP100
  • For a smaller, single axle travel trailer, the # NCTP1002 iN-Command system would work perfectly. The kit provides 2 sensors and would use your smart phone as the control module. The # NCTP100 provide a repeater and 4 sensors, and would be a better choice for a longer tandem axle travel trailer. The only difference between the two is the # NCTP100 provide a signal repeater to amplify the bluetooth signal so it has an easier time reaching the phone and 2 additional sensors. I've linked...
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  • Recommended TPMS for Multiple Trailers
  • The TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers part # TM29FR would be an excellent option for multiple trailers. It comes with six sensors total so you would be able to monitor one tandem axle trailer and one single axle trailer as is. That said, you can always add more sensors using the TPMS Sensor part # TM-2Brass. The range extended I'd recommend installing on the travel trailer. It is not required so you can use the sensors without the extender on the equipment trailer.
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  • Can TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers be Used on Rubber Valve Stems
  • Yes the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster # TM38FR will work great on rubber valve stems. It is designed to work on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems.
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  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System that Can Be Used with RV and Trailer Tires
  • Yes we have kits like the TST TPMS for RVs part # TST-507-FT-6-C which come with 6 flow-through sensors (means you can air up the tires with them left installed) that you can use on the RV as well as the trailer so that you know exactly what the tire pressures are. We also have this kit with 4 sensors like with # TST-507-FT-4-C.
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  • TireMinder TPMS Sensors Compatibility With Vehicle Display
  • The TireMinder i10 TPMS # TM29FR will not work with the display on your 2010 Dodge Ram 2500. The Tireminder system is a far superior system to the one that is already installed on your Ram. It will check both the tire pressure and temperature every 6 seconds, where the truck sensors can take up to 20 minutes before it recognizes the tire pressure only. You can use the TireMinder sensors on your truck and have everything on one display for all of your tires. You can purchase additional...
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  • Are All Four Sensors Required With TST TPMS Internal Tire Sensor
  • Yes, you can use two of the sensors on one trailer and two on another with the TST TPMS, # TST34FR. You will need to have the TST TPMS Color Display and Signal Booster together but not all four sensors.
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  • What All Do You Need To Use A Prewired Tire Linc System On A 2022 Micro Minnie Winnebago
  • Good question. You will need the Tire Linc OneControl TPMS w/ Signal Booster for RVs and Trailers - Bluetooth - 4 Tire Sensors # LC37VR. There will be a repeater "dock" that you can just plug the repeater into and follow the instructions to complete the set up.
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  • TPMS System With 8 Flow Through Sensors and Signal Booster
  • Truck Systems Technologies (TST) doesn't offer a TPMS kit with 8 sensors, but you can get the 6 sensor system with the pass thru sensors and signal booster, part # TST-507-FT-6-C and then add two additional sensors using part # TST-507-FT-S2. If you click the provided link, you can see a product demonstration video of the # TST-507-FT-6-C TPMS system.
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  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Use With iN-Command Model JRVCS1CM
  • The JRVCS1CM iN-Command system you have is compatible with TPMS systems but the # NCTP1002 is only the tire pressure monitor sensors and are designed to work as an add on to the iN-Command RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System # NCTP100. In order to have a complete tire pressure monitoring system that works with your JRVCS1CM you would first need to add the # NCTP100 which includes the signal repeater that sends the TPMS system signal to the iN-Command system. The # NCTP100 comes with...
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  • Monitor and Sensor Battery Life on TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers
  • The monitor and sensors included with the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers # TM79FR each have a different battery life. According to the manufacturer, the monitor lasts for 2 days when fully charged. It is, however, rechargeable and has a recharge time of 6 hours. The tire sensors have a battery life ranging from 9 to 14 months.
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  • Can You Add Additional Sensors To The TST TPMS 6 Internal Tire Sensors Kit TST-507-INT-6-C?
  • I have a solution for you, however, the TST TPMS - Color Display - Signal Booster - 6 Internal Tire Sensors # TST-507-INT-6-C is not offered as a kit with 8 sensors. Luckily, you can add sensors using this: Internal Tire Sensor # TST-507-INT-S1. I confirmed with TST that this will work great with the 6 sensor system # TST-507-INT-6-C, which will actually work with up to 110 sensors. This TPMS system updates every 12 seconds to relay the tire pressure and temperature information to the...
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  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System for 2007 Ford F-250 Super Duty
  • If you are looking for a Tire Pressure Monitoring System for the truck and the 5th wheel both, I recommend the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster, # TM56FR. This TPMS includes 10 sensors that let you individually monitor each tire on your application for changes in pressure and temperature. These brass sensors are able to work on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems. Every 6 seconds, they will check the pressure and temperature again. The color LCD monitor...
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  • Does TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-6 Work with Valve Stem Extenders
  • Yes, the TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-6-C will work with valve stem extenders like you have.
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  • Tire Pressure Monitor System that Could Fit Heavy Duty Wheel
  • The strap length of the tire pressure sensor setup you mentioned would not fit the barrel of a 22.5 inch wheel but we do have a solution with the Tuson TPMS part # 335TPMS6WIVS which basically replaces the valve stems and has a pressure range between 0-203 psi. You'd need to make sure the diameter of your wheel where the valve stem installs is either 0.453" or 0.625" though.
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  • Replacement Monitor for TST TPMS for RVs with 4 Tire Sensors
  • We've got just what you're looking for. You can replace the monitor from your TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors # TST-507-RV-4-C with the Color Monitor for TST TPMS Systems # TST-507-D-C. This is a direct replacement and it will work with your existing sensors.
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  • Where Should the Tire Minder TM29FR Repeater be Mounted?
  • As the repeater is just boosting the signal from the sensors to the monitor, you should still mount it on the trailer. There should be no issue at all for the sensors to connect to the monitor when mounted in the vehicle.
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  • What Battery Size Do the TST TPMS Systems Use
  • Yes, the batteries on the TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors Item # TST-507-FT-4-C can be replaced with a CR1632 battery. You do not need to be moving for the sensors to be working, but the flow through stems are not compatible with rubber valve stems- only steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems. Instead you would need to use the # TST-507-RV-4-C which can be used on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems and use CR2032 batteries.
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  • 90 Degree Valve Stem Solution for Tuson Tire Pressure Monitor System
  • I have a solution but we don't offer the Tuson tire pressure monitoring system # 335TPMS6WIVS with 90 degree valve stems so you'd need to use 90 degree adapters like the part # WM802990 and you'd be set.
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  • How Do I Change The Sensors Batteries In The TireMinder Smart TPMS For RVs, # TPMS-APP-6
  • Changing the batteries in the TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs - Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors, part # TPMS-APP-6, is a simple process. The sensor is threaded, so you can remove the cap. The battery is underneath the bridge that is under the sensor cap. I have included a video review and a page from the installation manual explaining how to change the batteries below.
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  • Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems For Preventing Tire PSI From Reaching Dangerous Levels
  • I recommend using a system like the TireMinder i10 TPMS for your 2018 Grand Design Momentum 5th wheel toy hauler. The TireMinder has a system with either 4 Sensors # TM89FR or 6 Sensors # TM29FR. The sensors are capable of detecting both tire pressure and temperature while you are driving. This will help you to set limits for both the pressure and tire temperature to reduce the chance of having a blowout in the future. A tire will typically gain around 1 psi of pressure with a temperature...
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  • What Length Of Trailer Requires The Repeater Be Used On Tuson Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • I contacted the manufacturer to be certain I was providing best possible information. The Tech Rep I spoke with confirmed that the Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System, # 335TPMS4WIVS should use the TPMS repeater with trailers greater than 20' in length. Anything less than that should not have issue with sensors making contact to the receiver.
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  • Dimensions of Tire Pressure Sensors Provided With TM79FR Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • The Tire Minder # TM79FR system does indeed include the RHINO repeater. The brass sensors included with the kit (10 of them) measure 3/4 of an inch in diameter by 7/8 of an inch tall as shown in the provided photo. I've linked to a product description video for the # TM79FR system.
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  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System Recommendation for 2017 TIffin Phaeton AH Towing Jeep Wrangler
  • Since your 2017 TIffin Phaeton AH has 6 tires and your 2021 Jeep Wrangler has 4 you'd want the TST TPMS for RV's part # TST-507-FT-6-C which is a system that comes with 6 sensors and then two additional part number # TST-507-FT-S2 which is a pair of sensors you can use for the remaining four you need. This will give you an accurate and reliable setup with a long reception range and since the sensors are flow through you can inflate/deflate the tires without having to remove the sensors.
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  • Recommended TPMS For Class C Motorhome
  • I recommend the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster and Bluetooth for 10 Tire Sensors Item # TM79FR. The TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature using Bluetooth to wirelessly send updates. The system lets you use the monitor or an app on your smartphone. Having a 10 sensor system for a motorhome with DRW provides an additional four available for a tandem axle cargo/motorcycle trailer or flat towed vehicle to be monitored on the same system. However,...
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  • What is Max Safe Tire Temperature
  • The typical tire should run about 158 degrees (Farenheidt) once you get going down the road, but this can vary greatly depending on the weight of the trailer, how fast you're traveling, and also driving habits. So while 158 is probably "normal", it isn't really a standard to try to stay at. I will say that you do want to avoid hitting the 167 mark as that is usually when problems start to arise when you go over that. 200 degrees is when you need to stop and check things out. If you have...
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  • Do I Have to Be Moving to Receive Tire Pressure's from The iN-Command TPMS?
  • The iN-Command TPMS for RVs, Trailers, and Vehicles item # NCTP100 communicates data while stationary and while in motion. You do not have to be moving to get the air pressure data for your vehicle or trailer's tires. I have linked a review video that will demonstrate the functions and install procedures for this system.
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  • How Long do Batteries of TST TPMS for RVs Last
  • The batteries of the sensors of the TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-6-C that you referenced will last between 12 to 18 months.
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  • What Is Battery Life of Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System # 335TPMS4WIVS
  • The batteries in the sensors of the Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System # 335TPMS4WIVS that you mentioned will last around 5 years with normal use and are not replaceable. You'd have to replace the sensor with the part # 335TPMS-SENS which comes with the battery.
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  • Where Should Signal Repeater/Booster of Tire Minder TPMS System Be Installed
  • By 'transmitter', I believe you're speaking of the repeater/booster included with the # TM79FR Tire Minder TPMS that boosts the signal from the sensors to the monitor. The folks at Tire minder tell me that the installing the booster inside the vehicle could significantly reduce its range, so they recommend installing the booster under the RV using the provided zip ties as outlined in the installation instructions. The booster needs to be connected to a 12v power source and a ground,...
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  • What To Do If I Have Aluminum Stems And Brass Sensors On The TireMInder i10 TPMS For RVs & Trailers
  • If your stems are brass in color, they are most likely brass. The reason you do not want to use the brass sensors on the aluminum stems is because there is a chance you can get galvanic corrosion because the metals are not the same. But if you use Dielectric Grease for Electrical Connectors, 2 oz., part # 11755, when you install the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - 10 Tire Sensors, part # TM56FR, you will no longer have to worry about this issue. It is a good...
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure Monitor and Flow Through Sensors For Fleet
  • The TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors # TST-507-FT-4-C will allow you to monitor up to 38 tires on the single monitor. For your additional sensors you can simply use # TST-507-FT-S2 and then you can use # TST-507-R for each vehicle or trailer. If you want multiple monitors you can use the Color Monitor for TST TPMS Systems # TST-507-D-C.
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  • Recommended TPMS for 5th Wheel Trailer and Truck
  • The TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers part # TM79FR is my favorite TPMS and the one I have most experience with using. This system is very easy to install and setup. It is very popular for towing setups since it will display each tire from both the trailer and vehicle on one monitor right in front of you. It comes with everything you need and tons of extras. It will come with two more sensors than you need but you can simply save these for spares. The system has alerts you can set...
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  • Should I Replace the "China Bomb Tires On My Trailer
  • It sounds like you don't really want to replace your tires but still want peace of mind while traveling which I'm sure anyone can understand. I can't promise you they won't fail but if cared for properly these chances are reduced. That said, anything can happen not matter the tire manufacturer so what I recommend is that you have the ability to monitor the tires while traveling so you can be alerted to potential blowouts and get to the side of the road to remedy the issue. This is where...
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  • Recommended TPMS for Dinghy and Motorhome
  • The TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers part # TM79FR is what I recommend for a flat-tow setup. It comes with sensors for the towed vehicle and towing vehicle. If the towing vehicles has a dually axle you will be covered but if not you'll have two extra sensors. This system is very easy to setup and use. I attached a review video I did below for you. The cap style sensors are recommended for rubber valve stem, the flow-through which is the other style cannot be used. They are...
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  • Is There Alarm/Alert for Tireminder # TPMS-TRAILER if Sensor Battery Dies
  • On the display of the Tireminder part # TPMS-TRAILER there won't be an alert or alarm that goes off if the sensor battery dies but there will be a blank display for that tire so you'd know that the battery had died.
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  • Tire Valve Stem Requirements for TireMinder Systems
  • The TireMinder # TM89FR sensors can be used on standard rubber, steel, chrome, or nickle valve stems. I especially like the color LCD monitor and audible alerts.
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  • Operating Distance of Tuson RV and Trailer TPMS # 335TPMS4WIVS
  • I sent your question to Tuson about the Tuson RV and Trailer TPMS # 335TPMS4WIVS and they sent me the following with the attached picture: Based on our test results in an open space environment (without considering the shielding effect of vehicle structure), the max. distance between the sensor (installed in the tire) and the repeater is 20m (65.6 ft.), the max distance between repeater and receiver is 40 m (131.2 ft.). When considering a real-life situation where the shielding effect...
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  • Best TPMS for Trailers
  • The TireMinder A1AS TPMS part # TM49FR is my favorite TPMS. It's available with 4, 6 or 10 sensors. If you only had a single axle trailer for example then you would just go with the four pack and keep the extras as spares. That said, if you wanted the vehicle's and trailer's tire pressures and temperatures on one screen you could go with an option for more sensors like the six pack part # TM69FR. The sensors are also available separately. It comes with its own monitor or you can use your...
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  • Will TireMinder With 10 Tire Sensors Sync With Other Systems on Motorhome
  • The TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 10 External Tire Sensors # TM56FR is not able to sync with any other external systems on a motorhome. The system comes with a monitor which you'll need to use for monitoring your tires. There isn't a system with 8 sensors, so the best option is the i10 with 10 sensors, giving you a couple spare sensors on hand if you ever need them. I have added a link to a video review for you to check out as well of the TireMinder i10...
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  • How Long With the Sensor Batteries Last In the Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • The Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System part # 335TPMS6WIVS contains sensors which will last around 5 years with normal use.
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  • Can Additional Sensors Be Added to the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs
  • The TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs part # TM79FR can monitor up to 22 different tires at once. The kit only comes with 10 sensors but you can add up to 12 more using the Brass Tire Sensors for TireMinder TPMS part # TM-2Brass which are sold in pairs only. In regards to using this with an air bag, that's actually a really good idea.
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  • Best TPMS for 2015 Tiffin Phaeton and Flat Towed 2014 Honda CRV
  • I'd recommend a system from TST. Their # TST-507-RV-6-C TPMS system incudes 6 sensors, a signal booster and a color monitor. Extra sensors are available in a quantity of 2 as part # TST-507-RV-S2 or 4 as part # TST-507-RV-S4. The sensors provided are compatible with rubber, steel, chrome or nickel valve stems.
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  • Tire Pressure Monitor System That Uses Internal Sensors
  • For internal sensors you're going to need to use the TST TPMS as opposed to TireMinder as TireMinder don't have internal sensors. For your application you'll want to go with the TST Kit # TST-507-INT-6-C and then you can add more internal sensors with part # TST-507-INT-S1.
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure Monitoring System For 2 Trailers
  • Installing the signal booster that comes with the TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs # TPMS-APP-6 will either require you to connect it to a battery or the 12 volt source on your 7 Way trailer wire. Most batteries on a trailer with electric brakes are designated for the break away system though and I do not recommend tapping into it. You want that at a full charge at all times so it can do the job it is there to do. I recommend hooking it up to the 12 volt source so it will only get power when...
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  • Where to place the Signal Booster for TPMS Sensors on 24 FT Gooseneck Aluminum Trailer?
  • The Signal Booster # TST-507-R in the TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display Kit # TST-507-FT-4-C should be mounted on the front of your 24 ft gooseneck trailer. It can be mounted on the outside of the trailer as it is waterproof. You can mount it so as the light is visible when driving so that you can see that it is getting power. The booster can be mounted to either the battery or wired in on the 7-way so that it will receive 12 volt power when you need them to operate. If you wire it to...
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  • Installation Location and Power for Tire Minder TM79FR System
  • The TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - Bluetooth - 10 Tire Sensors # TM56FR will allow you to use a USB power port in your vehicle instead of using the 12v power adapter to USB. The signal booster draws 12 volts at 23.7mA. The optimum Mounting location for the booster is near the rear of your motorhome close to the outside side edge. I've attached a photo to assist.
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  • Can TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-4 be Used on Rubber Valve Stems
  • Yes the TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-4 that you referenced can fit on rubber valve stems of a trailer wheel.
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure Monitoring System with 10 Sensors for RV and Flat Towed Vehicle
  • I recommend using the TireMinder i10 TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster - 10 Tire Sensors # TM56FR, which comes with 10 sensors and will work well for your Class A and flat towed vehicle to allow you to monitor all of the tires in your setup. This is a really nice value system comes with an easy to read color LCD monitor but this system is only rated for tires with low pressure valve stems, up to 65psi. If you need something for higher pressure valve stems then you'll need the...
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  • Will the Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System Interfere with Factory TPMS
  • The Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System part # 335TPMS4WIVS will not interfere with factory installed TPMS.
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  • Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring Systerm with 6 Valves
  • We do have what you are seeking. It is the Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System - 6 Sensors - Interchangeable Valve Stems # 335TPMS6WIVS. Sorry we don't have pictures to help with the visual yet.
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  • Reliability and Battery Life of TST Internal Vs Flow Through Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors
  • According to my contact at TST, going with the internal sensor would have the following benefits: • Battery Life. The internal sensors can be expected to last 5+ years, versus about 1 to 1-1/2 years for the external. • Protection: By virtue of the fact that they're mounted internally, the sensors would be less exposed to the elements and damage from road debris. The sensors would also be protected from theft or vandalism. About the only downside to the internal sensors is...
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  • Can TireMinder TPMS for Dual Axle Trailers # TPMS-TRAILER be Used with Less than 60 PSI
  • Yes the TireMinder TPMS for Dual Axle Trailers # TPMS-TRAILER that you referenced can be used with rubber valve stems and less than 60 psi as it is rated for up to 70 psi.
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  • Availability Of TireMinder Internal Transmitter For TireMinder TPMS System
  • You sure can! You are looking for the TireMinder Internal Transmitter # TM36FR which will work with your TireMinder TMPS System. This transmitter has a battery with a 5-year life, and nickel plated finish to help it resist corrosion over time.
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  • Are Additional Repeaters Needed to Use TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System on Multiple Trailers
  • Because the repeater is meant to be installed on the trailer itself and is hardwired into a 12-v power supply, the easiest thing to do would be to install additional repeaters, part # TST-507-R on each individual trailer. You could, however swap the repeater back and forth if you wish.
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  • Can Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System Pair with Another TPMS?
  • The Tuson Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring System - 6 Sensors - 0.625" Diameter Valve Stems # 335TPMS6WIVS is an independent complete system. You will not be able to pair this with any other tire pressure monitoring system. The receiver on the monitor and the transmitters on the valve stems are not able to work apart from each other.
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  • Is the Signal Booster Required On the TST TPMS for RV Part TST-507-RV-4-C
  • It is recommended to install the signal booster that is included with the TST TPMS for RV part # TST-507-RV-4-C. This does help when used with longer trailers yes but its main purpose is to improve the quality of the signal even if not being used over a long distance. The signal booster only has two wires so it's easy to install and it only draws milliamps of power so you don't have to worry about it draining the battery. For your 5th wheel, I recommend you install it in the house battery...
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  • Does Tire Linc TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster # LC37VR have to Use Booster
  • The Tire Linc TPMS for RVs and Trailers w/ Signal Booster # LC37VR has to be used with the signal booster. The exact range isn't listed for without using the booster but it would diminished considerably.
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  • Recommended Valve Stem Stabilizers for a 16 Inch Wheel
  • We do carry the Wheel Masters Support Brackets for Rubber Valve Stems # WM8029VS which are designed to be used on 16 inch wheels. From the measurements and descriptions you have for your RV, I do suggest going with these. The TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-6-C is also highly recommended. This includes a booster, if needed, has flow through sensors, and can handle up to 196 psi. I do have to say that this will only cover 6 of your 7 wheels though. We do have replacement/add-on sensors...
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