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Posted: 02/23/18 05:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm looking at adding a TPMS system to my rig. Based on cost and performance I've narrowed it down the EEZ-Tire and the Tire-Traker models. Does anyone have experience with these two products.
As always thanks for the help!!
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T(ire) P(ressure) M(onitoring) S(ystem). Adding a system at the end is redundant.

I know there are a few people on here with the TireTracker, but not sure about the EEZ-Tire. The TPMS is a smart addition to add.


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Currently using EEZ-Tire system on my Passport for 2 years. Recommend by my mechanic who has installed them on numerous fleet vehicles and several motorhomes. Easy setup and usually shows within 1/2 pd of air on monitor and digital air compressor I use. Had to replace battery on one of the sensors. New battery was 14 cents at battery store.





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Use the search function and you will find dozens - if not more - threads on this topic. I have a TireMinder system that covers all six tires on the truck and the four on the trailer. It has capacity for a lot more and some folks add sensors for both spares, too.

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Posted: 02/24/18 12:38am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have the EEZ brand and am very happy with it. No problems and it works well.
Their customer service is super.


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EEZ here also. 3 years, no problems. Just getting into battery replacement now. Both easy and cheap.

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Thank you all for your responses to my question about a "TPMS" and thank you fj12Ryder for the grammar lesson!

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Bayley...just to make you feel better, how many people say RPMs? It is just R(evolutions)P(er)M(inute), you don't need the s.

Anyhow, glad you got some responses.

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Posted: 02/24/18 11:33am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

EEZ system here. Worked great and saved the day. I wouldn’t go without a TPMS.


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Bayley wrote:

Thank you all for your responses to my question about a "TPMS" and thank you fj12Ryder for the grammar lesson!
Didn't mean for it to be a grammar lesson. [emoticon] It just bothers me when I see "VIN number", "SSN number", "PIN number", etc. It's kind of like all these banks that have shortened their names to just letters: NASB Bank, which used to be North American Savings Bank, so now it's North American Savings Bank Bank. We have a local bank: United Missouri Bank which now is UMB Bank, United Missouri Bank Bank. Just stupid. There are lots of them and they irritate the heck out of me.

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