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I have the same TPMS. Couple things I noticed. Looks like you have rubber valve stems. I had metal stems put in on my new rims and tires. You might want to keep an eye on the stems for cracking around the base from centrifugal force.
Also, as far as I know, you should start out the day with 50# in the tires.
Nice documentation of what you’ve done.


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KM Rolling wrote:

rangerjean wrote:

I love your shelf in the bathroom but don't get where it is and how did you fasten it on those thin walls. I am a great lover of command hooks so love your use of those kinds of fasteners


We're out camping right now. Later this week I'll get some pics of the wall anchors we used for the screws. The shelf is right above the toilet.



The shelf it above the toilet, as pictured below. It is high enough and back enough that there is no bumping into it.

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The wall anchors are "togglers". Really pretty trick, never saw them before looking for something to work on these thin walls.

Here's a LINK to them.


Photo of them-

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GrandpaKip wrote:

I have the same TPMS. Couple things I noticed. Looks like you have rubber valve stems. I had metal stems put in on my new rims and tires. You might want to keep an eye on the stems for cracking around the base from centrifugal force.
Also, as far as I know, you should start out the day with 50# in the tires.
Nice documentation of what you’ve done.



Yes, they are rubber and I am regularly checking them. When I change tires I will be going with metal stems.

Yes, each morning should start out at 50 #'s cold. But I knew that the pressure was only that low because it was so cold and that they would warm up very quickly and the PSI would be good.

If they had not I would have pulled over, broke out the compressor and added some air.

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