Very useful product
I am writing for the tyredog system not just the 4 wheel one. Dad has a set say 6 years old and going well. I have an 8 wheel set going well say 4 year old. It’s important you set the alarm pressures temp and up down pressure with a wide range don’t want them beeping at you for no reason. It’s very important you have good batteries and power to relay and head. Don’t worry if your tyres are several psi up down does not matter it’s important they are not going down and if one is not reading you will be ok fix it at night don’t let it worry you. I...actually don’t mind if the senders are not on correct wheels as long as I generally have 8. I usually use them if driving long high speed distance. Yes I have sent the unit relay and senders back for service twice now. First time cost $85 the next free. I have not damaged due to water only the covers due to stones on the caravan but when you do 2000km on dirt each trip that ok. I think at $100 a wheel very good it makes me take less spare tyres. I do take 4 spares but I love the tyredog and if I need to spend a little servicing them that ok. Remember if one wheel stops sending that is ok it’s usually fixable Get a set I believe they are much better now than the old system I have I have 4 kids and would purchase this system again if I had too Happy trips
Purchased in June 2015 at Amart Furniture VIC, Dandenong for $800.00.
Great little unit!
I'm very impressed with the product. I had a slow leak in one of my tires and apparently if I didn't get it checked out it could have done more damage to my tire. the TD1000 model is pretty decent. I've had a lot dodgier products in the past. This just did the job for me.
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Hi, We are considering purchasing this product,but our tyre pressures are higher than the recommended for this particular model. Are you pleased with your purchase.? Where did you find further info about them? Yours was the only review we found. Thanks for your help.
We are serious 4WDrivers driving and bush-bashing thru most remote areas of Australian Outback and deserts. We drive almost always solo (one vehicle) in Toyota Troop Carrier 2009 V-8/80series with 1month out of civilization set-up. We drive on Micky Thompson LT265/75R16 Baja MTZ tyres and Sunraysia rims.
Off road always on lowed tyre pressure, to avoid punctures, in sand and mud even lower to avoid bogging, but on bitumen of cause on normal prescribed pressure for these particular tyres.
Before purchasing any monitor, I would contact seller or manufacturer of the particular tyres and ask about compatibility of tyre monitor suitable for these tyres, as there are few different types of monitors on market.
I sincerely hope, I helped you in making decision.
Difference in between buying from Aussie shop and Ebay is that Ebay’s monitors are made in Taiwan not in China.
There is actually very, very important thing to know before installation!
Get your self stainless-steal valves (stems)! With definite certainty you will beat the sensor’s to death if they remain on flexible rubber valves for extended period of time.
Ps. we actually bashed two sensors to death on back of our 4WD so well, valves bashed paint off and made little ripple the rims steal.
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