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Old 05-16-2020, 01:50 AM   #21
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I have Tire Minder TPMS's on my 3500 Sprinter, three cars, a pickup and a small tandem axle utility trailer; that's six sets; the three cars and pickup range from 1997 to 2009 all together are not worth a down payment on a late model pickup;

after buying the first set; kept buying Tire Minder to keep things simple;
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Old 05-20-2020, 12:09 AM   #22
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I just ordered this for the van- similar unit same brand 99 psi, $40:


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Arrived & installed, the sensors just fit into the cutouts on my Chevy wheel covers


Quite accurate for psi ( checked against a gauge I trust, all 4 sensors read same and within 1 pound of my gauge on an air tank I own)


I run 80 rear and 55 front


Tire Temps appear to be right


The set up is fiddly as the instructions were written by a white house speech writer-

But easy enough-

I am set for high alarm at 90#, low alarm at 40# and high temp at 150



The read out and the position of the solar sensor don;t make much sense in my van, easy to plug it into USB- I'll think on that.


For $40 I 'm satisfied


Mike
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Arrived & installed, the sensors just fit into the cutouts on my Chevy wheel covers


Quite accurate for psi ( checked against a gauge I trust, all 4 sensors read same and within 1 pound of my gauge on an air tank I own)


I run 80 rear and 55 front


Tire Temps appear to be right


The set up is fiddly as the instructions were written by a white house speech writer-

But easy enough-

I am set for high alarm at 90#, low alarm at 40# and high temp at 150



The read out and the position of the solar sensor don;t make much sense in my van, easy to plug it into USB- I'll think on that.


For $40 I 'm satisfied


Mike
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Old 05-24-2020, 06:43 PM   #24
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I have a Class B on a RAM ProMaster 2500 and have used the following low cost TPMS for fifteen months with no problems so far, and still on the original button cell batteries. The only issue is that it has a single setting for alarm for low/high tire pressure, so I can't use it effectively since I'm running 65 psi on front and 80 psi on the back.

CACAGOO Wireless TPMS https://www.amazon.com/CACAGOO-Wirel...dp/B074WKVG6J/
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