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I thought I read on here a few months ago about a good trailer tire monitoring system. I am having trouble trying to find it. Anyone have any experience with systems like this?


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I remember the post. IIRC Eez RV products was one of the systems recommended


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I bought mine from a racer in Kansas, Darrell Goheen 785-623-7021


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You know I guess I didn't even realize these were available. On my list for upgrades in 2019 as it looks like we will be needing to travel North again in 2019 for some good races!

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Eez RV - on the rv and trailer tires
 
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Thanks guys that was the post!!

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EEZ RV. I had it on my 42’ fifth wheel and Dually. Very easy to setup and easy to use. Batteries lasted about a year.


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This is what I use

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Do you guys have steel valve stems on your trailer tires. I did read a guy had problems with the screws on sensors ripping the rubber valve stems I guess cuz the weight or maybe he curbed it.


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Do you guys have steel valve stems on your trailer tires. I did read a guy had problems with the screws on sensors ripping the rubber valve stems I guess cuz the weight or maybe he curbed it.

Any vehicle towing or the trailer should have steel valve stems.



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Do you guys have steel valve stems on your trailer tires. I did read a guy had problems with the screws on sensors ripping the rubber valve stems I guess cuz the weight or maybe he curbed it.


Yes, all steel here...
 
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Ones on my trailer are the high pressure rubber ones. Came new like that. Trailer is only two years old. Looks like I'll be changing them out.


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I too have original equipment rubber valve stems. The metal ones I found to replace them were all too big. Not a huge problem, but I did have to drill the h ole out a little to make them work. Your experience may vary...

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