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Just curious did a search in this forum to no avail. Anyone use a TPMS on their Olie?

Thinking on the TST system, Thoughts? 

 

Pat

Pat Joliet IL, and my dog Phoebe, Oliver LE II Hull "848", 2020 Ram 1500 5.7 Hemi 3:92 rear end P75 Trans 

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h,mmmm there are several posts on this topic.  But yes. 

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29 minutes ago, Swamp said:

Just curious did a search in this forum to no avail. Anyone use a TPMS on their Olie?

Thinking on the TST system, Thoughts? 

 

Pat

I have the TST system and it works great. There are several that probably work well, but it is the one I ended up with.

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We've had test for over a decade.

Works well. Customer service and turnaround time on replacement excellent.  Long warranty.

Only system we've owned, so can't compare.

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2008 Oliver Elite, Hull #12
 

 

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Another data point for TST.  Had it on our SOB motorhome as well.  No complaints other than the batteries and orings are hard to change.  I think you can send them back to TST for battery swap, but then you are without the system. I also use it when I tow the utility trailer (18' Horton Hauler). 

The signal booster/repeater is a worthwhile add IMO.

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I've got the EEZ TPMS and have had no issues in the last five years.  Technomadia on their YouTube channel rate it highly too.

No matter which TPMS system you purchase, strongly consider getting 6 sensors - 4 for the Ollie, 1 for the Ollie spare tire and 1 for the tow vehicle spare tire.  Of course this assumes that the TV already has TPMS from the factory - if not then get 10 sensors.

Bill

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Having extras for the spares also means you can swap out a failed sensor and send it in for repair.  Tst has always turned ours around in less than a week, but having a spare to use gives peace of mind during repair cycle.

2008 Ram 1500 4 × 4

2008 Oliver Elite, Hull #12
 

 

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