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TPMS, now they have "Hub Lights" to monitor Hub Temps...


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I will probably get scolded for this...

JD - do you have one of these yet???

 

May be an image of text that says 'What does it mean when this light comes on on the trailer?'

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Maggie & Bryan | Arnegard, ND | 2020 LE II (Twin Setup) Hull #665 | 2010 GMC 1500 ExtCab Sierra SLE 

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The manufacturer says this warning light system works on any trailer hub/brake/bearing system, and it requires no special skills to install.  In fact, people with no trailer maintenance skills probably already have this warning light system installed and just don’t realize it yet.  My only complaint is that it’s hard to see from the driver’s seat, except at night on really dark roads.  

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2019 Oliver Legacy Elite II - Hull #461

Tow Vehicles:

Primary - 2019 Ford F-250

Backup - 2019 Nissan Armada 

 

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Using a tpms with a temp sensor will help assure you never see the warning light of the glowing overheated hub, btw. Even though it reads air temp, not hub temp, it'll give you a warning before the disaster "glow."

Btw, did you guys know there are actually bolts manufactured for semi trailers that have temp sensors? I didn't,  til I looked today.

 

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