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Tires Do Not Blowout by Magic
Sure sometimes you run over a sharp object, but that usually does not cause an immediate Blowout. When a tire looses Air pressure, it starts running hot. Very Hot! The heat is caused by the friction that is built up from the tire flexing more than it was design too, including a side to side movement that should not happen. The longer the tire runs this way, the more permanent damage is caused. The tire can easily blowout, and in the case of recaps... Well we all know what happens to recaps.
By the way, I have lost more than 1 tire due to under inflation. I have a tire monitor on my Cadillac and it surprised me to see how often, the tires needed air, especially when the weather changes. And for you boaters who trailer your boat, you may want to consider the TireStat. I had a tire go flat (not even a blowout) on the trailer and almost lost my boat. Thankfully I was only doing about 25 mph at the time, or the boat would have been in the ditch. The TireStat would have warned me of low pressure and given me time to stop and block the trailer. Better yet, it would have warned me as soon as the tire was low on air and saved me money on wasted fuel and probably saved the tire.
"Hardly a week goes by that I do not need to add some air. My tires seem to be in much better shape and I feel comfortable they will stay that way with my tirestat18 constantly monitoring all of them. I feel I have already saved the price." John Harden, Pasadena, CA
TireStat™ Tire Pressure Monitors are available for most vehicles ranging from 4 to 22 wheels. There are 3 basic parts to the TireStat™ Tire Pressure Monitor system (See photo to upper right), which are as follows:
Mountable or Handheld Monitor (with Antenna and Power Cord)
Universal Transceiver (with Power Cord; Not needed for 4 tire vehicles)
From 4 to 22 TireStat™ Sensors (1 needed for each tire)
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The Monitor is preprogrammed to display your vehicles tire layout, otherwise there would be only 1 part number. The universal Transceiver is an amplifier to make sure the monitor receives an accurate signal from the Sensors. Since 4 wheel vehicles are not long enough to cause signal decay, a Transceiver is not needed. Each tire will need 1 sensor.
Features of TireStat™ Tire Pressure Monitors:
The best way to determine which TireStat™ Monitor is right for your vehicle, is as follows:
First determine how many wheels your vehicle has. (The photo should say TireStat™ # (# is Total number of Tires)
Choose the number of vehicles (if applicable). This will be 1 if there is no Trailer. 2, if there is a Trailer. (The photo should say "Vehicle A" or both "Vehicle A" and "Vehicle B")
Finally, choose the picture that matches your tire configuration layout. Pay attention to the number of axles & tires per axle.
Note: There are several Monitors with the same number of tires. They will all work on all vehicles with that number of tires, but the drawing that shows the layout of your wheels (on the Monitor) will be different, so make sure you match up the right drawing for your vehicle. I have tried to make it a no brainer by including the drawings by the "Add to Cart" buttons below. I also added a "Quick Guide Comparison Chart", with "Buy Now" buttons right next to the diagram to help insure you purchase the right system for your vehicle.
As an added check, I recommend looking at the product ID that is at the end of the Description line, in the shopping cart. Example, for an 18 wheelers, pulling a Trailer, it will be MA-TPMS-18HT-2S4D-4D, which stands for the following.
MA-TPMS: Mobile Awareness-Tire Pressure Monitor System
18HT: Total of 18 Tires (Click on Photo at right for better view)
2S4D: 2 Single Tires and 4 Pairs of Double Tires on the 1st vehicle (10 Tires on the Cab)
4D: 4 Pairs of Double Tires on the 2nd Vehicle (8 Tires on the Trailer)
See RoadTrucker's TireStat™ Quick Comparison Guide for a fast way to see all TireStat™ Tire Pressure Monitor Systems, (including those that are less common) and purchase the one that is right for you and your vehicle.
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2 Tag Axles
The TireStat Configuration MA-TPMS-14HT-2S4D-4S was specifically designed for Tri-Axle Trucks, Roll Off Trucks and Dump Trucks that have 14 wheels on 5 Axles, including 2 Tag Axles.
Note: Because of the limitation of 3 Axles per screen on the Tire monitor, the Tag Axles are placed on the 2nd screen, instead of after the Drive Axle. The picture shows the 5 Axle Truck with 2 Tag Axle. The word Tag will show on the 2nd screen to remind the driver the Tag Axle is shown on that screen.
1 Tag Axle
The TireStat Configuration MA-TPMS-12HT-2S4D-2S was specifically designed for Tri-Axle Trucks, Roll Off Trucks and Dump Trucks that have 12 Wheels on 4 Axles, including 1 Tag Axle.
Note: Because of the limitation of 3 Axles per screen on the Tire monitor, the Tag Axle is placed on the 2nd screen, instead of after the Drive Axle. The picture shows the 4 Axle Truck with 1 Tag Axle. The word Tag will show on the screen to remind the driver the Tag Axle is shown on that screen.
Note: This TireStat is for a Pulled Trailer, where an amplifier might be needed for signal integrity.
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