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84southwind

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Has anyone used the B-Qtech TPMS products? Could you give me the pros and cons and which system you purchased. I;m looking at one for the motorhome and pull behind trailer. Thank You in advance - Jim
 

meierjn

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I use the Fobo Bike 2 on my motorcycle. It works good and connects to your phone. They make other versions for other vehicles and larger vehicles that may work for you.

FOBO
 

NY_Dutch

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Another vote for the TST 507 system. Reliability and ease of use come to mind first. Replacing sensor batteries is a fairly easy process, and at less than $1/battery cheap insurance once a year or so. One feature I like, is that the sensors do not shut down due to lack of movement as some other systems do. That means I can check tire pressures before starting down the road instead of waiting until I'm underway to find out a tire is low.
 

Robert K

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Has anyone used the B-Qtech TPMS products? Could you give me the pros and cons and which system you purchased. I;m looking at one for the motorhome and pull behind trailer. Thank You in advance - Jim
Have never heard of it.
I also use the TST tpms and it works great.
 

84southwind

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Besides having to spend $900.00 - $1000.00 in Canada on a TST system has anyone used a less expensive TPMS system that works well for them?
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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I'm guessing you want a 10-sensor system (coach plus towed vehicle), so yeah, a TST gets pricey. Especially in $C rather than $US. I couldn't tell if the B-Qtech could handle more than 6 tire sensors or not, or the cost of additional sensors.

The TST system has user-replaceable sensor batteries; the B-QTech apparently does not (if that's a consideration for you). If the sensors run several years on a battery, replacing the entire sensor isn't a big deal, but if they only last a year or two, sensors get expensive.

Reading reviews on Amazon.com, the owners of B-Qtech seem mostly happy, but only have a year of use so far.
 

8Muddypaws

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I use an EEZ-RV 10 sensor system. I've had two other systems and this is by far the most reliable. It was under $500 but It looks like prices have gone up.
 

84southwind

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I'm guessing you want a 10-sensor system (coach plus towed vehicle), so yeah, a TST gets pricey. Especially in $C rather than $US. I couldn't tell if the B-Qtech could handle more than 6 tire sensors or not, or the cost of additional sensors.

The TST system has user-replaceable sensor batteries; the B-QTech apparently does not (if that's a consideration for you). If the sensors run several years on a battery, replacing the entire sensor isn't a big deal, but if they only last a year or two, sensors get expensive.

Reading reviews on Amazon.com, the owners of B-Qtech seem mostly happy, but only have a year of use so far.
Yes it can handle more than 6 sensors and the sensor batteries are replacable.
 
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