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Pressure Pro sensor batteries


John Laninga

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My PressurePro sensors are now over 6 years old and I notice that some don't seem to read too well. Probably need new batteries. Since I have 12 sensors (MH with tag and toad) I would like to keep the cost down. Any suggested approved source for PressurePro sensor batteries?

 

Thanks, John

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I decided to stay with the Pressure Pro system as it has worked very well for over 7 years. I replaced 2 sensors a year ago and the remaining 8 last November. Vulcan had the best price at $40 each but TirePressureMonitor.com matched the price and had just received a new shipment of sensors and was great to work with. I first tried to get them in the fall but they were out. I trusted the Pressure Pro and figure the new sensors will last until we are done full timing and didn't want to mess with replacing batteries annually with another system. Greg

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Had PressurePro's on the Phaeton, that were 7 years old, when we purchased our B+ in 2012, I bought a 10 sensor TST System and and put the PressurePro's on the B+. PressurePro's made it to Alaska and back in 2013. At 9 years we have replaced 6 of the 10 sensors, the TST System has needed 2 batteries (card of 5 for $3.99) since 2012.

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