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Old 06-05-2015
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Anyone seen or used these?


http://tireqp.com/p80tiprmoca.html


Seems pretty easy to use, and monitor. Not remote like the pressure pro though...


/Joe
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Hmmm. I kinda like them. I enjoy the visual my Crossfires give, so this would do the same for steers and tags.
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Anyone seen or used these?


http://tireqp.com/p80tiprmoca.html


Seems pretty easy to use, and monitor. Not remote like the pressure pro though...


/Joe
On mine it might be a little hard to see on the inside drive tire. My stems don't come out far enough to be able to see them from the side. If the top of the cap had color then it would be cool.
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Anyone seen or used these?


http://tireqp.com/p80tiprmoca.html


Seems pretty easy to use, and monitor. Not remote like the pressure pro though...


/Joe
Joe,
I have used a similar product from accu-pressure
first saw them at camping world but they quit carrying them
Later found them on the internet
accu-pressure has flex hoses and mounts to address visability concerns
we had one that leaked but the stood behind it without questions.

They live in a harsh environment. Mine lasted 4-5 years.

I could show you pics of my install but I would have to email it to John Wyatt and have him post them. I am not smart enough to massage the WOG website

So far they have worked well
also helped to put silicone squirt in the sliding mech
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