Put these on the RV We drove 6000 miles and it was comforting to see the pressures and temperatures and have an alarm sound when one of the tires needed a couple of pounds of air. I replaced a set of the ones you attach to the valve stems. Those leaked all the time, causing the tires to go flat
Thank you for your favorable review. We are glad you are happy with them.
We installed the ball style TPMS in our Freightliner S2RV chassis Super C and love that we can also monitor the Tow vehicle with the band style sensors we installed in it.
Thank you so much for the favorable review. We are happy you are satisfied with our TPMS.
Thanks to Rafael and John we’re now the proud owners of a Tuson TPMS. After much research and great support from Tuson we can now set out with confidence on our 7,000 mile, 18 state trip in our 2016 Coachmen Freelander.
Thank you for your kind words. Our support staff always does it's best to satisfy our customers. Have a great trip!
I'm restoring a '75 GMC motorhome and wanted a TPMS system for it. I have Alcoa wheels and didn't want stem sensors and didn't want to replace the metal valve stems. When I saw this ball system, I decided it was the right system for me.
The display can be configured for my coach with the tandem rear wheels (not dually). Since the balls are only active while driving, batteries should not be a problem and the spare (#7) will remain off/dormant until tire rotation. Additionally I will be able to take system into my other tow vheicle and I have two additional balls for my Airstream Trailer.
Thank you for the favorable review. We are happy you like our TPMS system and it performs according to your expectations.