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  • Recommendation for tire pressure monitor?

    We have a 295RL Reflection 5th Wheel (33’) and am looking at tire pressure monitors. Seems to be lots out there at various pricing. What’s best and reliable without spending a ton of money? TIA
    Gary & Kathy (and fur baby Sheyla)
    2019 295RL Reflection 5th Wheel
    2018 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Duramax

  • #2
    We have been using the TST Truck 507 4 tire (non flow through) since March and am very pleased with it. The support from TST has been very good on setup and battery replacement.
    Brady & Steph
    2019 Momentum 351m FBP
    2019 F350 DRW Long Bed B&W Companion
    *SOLD* 2015 Reflection 308BHTS TT
    *SOLD* 2011 F350 SRW Long Bed


    • Kschlauger
      Kschlauger commented
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      Thank you, I’ll check it out.

  • #3
    Using EEZTire here. Used it for 2 yrs now and I have been very pleased with it.
    2018 Reflection 315RLTS
    2013 F350 Lariat 6.7L/CC/LB/FX4


    • #4
      I bought the TireMinder Smart TPMS system in 2016 for my first T.H. and when I traded it in, I moved it over to my new Momentum 394 and added two more sensors to the system because I went from tandem axle to triple axle. The nice thing about the Smart TPMS system is that you don't have a dedicated monitor on the dash of your truck, you use your smartphone and the TireMinder app. I has performed very well for me and it give you a readout on both pressure and tire temperature, like most units do. This system has the ability to monitor up to 22 tires if needed.
      If it ain't fast.....It ain't fun!


      • #5
        When I am looking at a purchase, I typically ask on the forum as well as checking up on the tip picks between different manufacturers. I went with Tst 507 Series 4 Flow Thru Sensor Tpms System with Color Display

        just did our first tow with this system and upgraded tires. Has warning alarms you cat set. One alarm in particular was for a massive leak. This was in addition to temperature and pressure alarms. It was peace of mind having it. Best of luck!
        Tom Boucher
        2012 Ford F-350 DRW 4x4 6.7L Turbo Diesel Crew-cab “Bid Red aka Fat Bottom Girl”
        2014 Grand Design Reflection 323BHS “Big Phat Sally”


        • #6
          I have had the TST system for several years. It works fine my only complaint was that when I bought it part of the sensors were used and had signs of water in them. TST tried to say that they were not used but finally sent me new ones. Anyone could tell that they were used. I assumed that TST got them back on a warranty claim, then repaired them and tried to resell them for new.
          Based on this I will not buy any more of their products and would not recommend the company.
          Donald AKA johndeerefarmer

          2018 Texas 220rk VIN# 573FR2728J3406264
          2016 Colorado 29RS VIN# 573FR322XG3305717

          If you like old tractors I have a blog on antique tractor restoration.


          • #7
            We use the Tire Minder TM77 and it has worked perfectly since we have owned it. It would be nice to have integrated pressure sensors but the Goodyear Endurance tires do not lose much air over time so this has not been a problem.
            2017 Imagine 2600RB
            2015 GMC Sierra 4x4


            • #8
              I have had Pressure Pro for about 20 years now. It has served me well.