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Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Conq...XX needs this.

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Kind of pricey but worth it for long trips I bet.
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Re: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

That's pretty cool. I wonder how much the sensor weighs? Don't see anything in the specs.
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Re: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Can't see it weighing very much. Maybe put it opposite the valve stem. I don't think it would cause all that much more weight for balancing.
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Re: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

several cars now have an idiot light for low air pressure. I thought they had something clever in the valve stem, but maybe it looks more like that.
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I have a Garmin GPS, paired with a pair of valve caps that monitor my tire pressure.

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