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Old 06-24-2015, 07:44 PM   #1
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is there a tpms for drw vans? Davydd?
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Old 06-24-2015, 07:53 PM   #2
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There are lots of them. I bought the TST TM507.
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Yes. I have the Doran TPMS. You can see the sensors on steel valve extensions at the 1 and 7 o'clock positions.

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I used TST 510, worked very well. What didn't was a steel extender on a steel valve stem on inside dual. Extender failed halfway down a 6 mile stretch of 6% grade on a busy Interstate. Replace all stem with solid stems from tireman in CA.
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Oops meant to say "replaced"
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I used TST 510, worked very well. What didn't was a steel extender on a steel valve stem on inside dual. Extender failed halfway down a 6 mile stretch of 6% grade on a busy Interstate. Replace all stem with solid stems from tireman in CA.
Did the failed extender have a bracket to hold it rigidly to the wheel or did it move freely?
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Outside dual was an Alcoa alloy wheel, wasn't a bracket that fit so it was loose. Replaced with single metal stem with rubber grommit to keep from moving.
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Outside dual was an Alcoa alloy wheel, wasn't a bracket that fit so it was loose. Replaced with single metal stem with rubber grommit to keep from moving.
Thanks!
My guess is that a bracket or grommet is a REALLY good idea.
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