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Old 08-29-2020, 06:39 PM   #1
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F550 TPM system

I have the OMNI XG32. Does anyone with the F550 have a TPM system installed. Have looked at a few but they look to big to fit on the dual wheels area of the coach? I don't want to order and have to send back.

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Old 08-29-2020, 07:30 PM   #2
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I have the OMNI XG32. Does anyone with the F550 have a TPM system installed. Have looked at a few but they look to big to fit on the dual wheels area of the coach? I don't want to order and have to send back.

I have the EZZ system on F550 chassis and the sensors fit fine. They are a bit difficult to get on the outside tire because the stem pints back but there is plenty of room for the sensor BTW, this system is for sale since I recently bought the TireMinder system due to the larger screen. PM me if interested in the EZZ system.
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Old 08-30-2020, 11:19 AM   #3
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Thanks for responding. I will let you know.
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I have the EZZ system on F550 chassis and the sensors fit fine. They are a bit difficult to get on the outside tire because the stem pints back but there is plenty of room for the sensor BTW, this system is for sale since I recently bought the TireMinder system due to the larger screen. PM me if interested in the EZZ system.
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Old 08-30-2020, 11:34 AM   #4
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I also have the EEZ TPMS on my Magnitude and it works well..... pstandiford is correct that the rear outside tires are tight and you can't use the anti-theft caps on the rear outside tires (which are fairly lame any way) but it very doable.

I just installed the Crossfire Dually Pressure Equalization System for 110PSI and purchased the option for using a TPMS with it. They work great and make the the TPMS easier to deal with on the rear wheels (and you can use the anti-theft caps as well.

https://truckpartsworld.net/product/...rts-duplicate/
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Old 08-30-2020, 02:16 PM   #5
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I also have the EEZ TPMS on my Magnitude and it works well..... pstandiford is correct that the rear outside tires are tight and you can't use the anti-theft caps on the rear outside tires (which are fairly lame any way) but it very doable.

I just installed the Crossfire Dually Pressure Equalization System for 110PSI and purchased the option for using a TPMS with it. They work great and make the the TPMS easier to deal with on the rear wheels (and you can use the anti-theft caps as well.

https://truckpartsworld.net/product/...rts-duplicate/

Very interesting. I had a couple of questions but both were answered when I read all of the information in the link. I did away with the anti-theft caps after the first time I had to air my tires. The anti-theft on the TireMinder is different but I didnít put those on either. Iíve had a system for three years and have not had any sensors stolen.
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Old 08-30-2020, 05:04 PM   #6
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I also have the EEZ TPMS on my Magnitude and it works well..... pstandiford is correct that the rear outside tires are tight and you can't use the anti-theft caps on the rear outside tires (which are fairly lame any way) but it very doable.

I just installed the Crossfire Dually Pressure Equalization System for 110PSI and purchased the option for using a TPMS with it. They work great and make the the TPMS easier to deal with on the rear wheels (and you can use the anti-theft caps as well.

https://truckpartsworld.net/product/...rts-duplicate/
Followed your link and it states in the description 95PSI. I assume it is a typo and when you got it they were 110PSI?
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Old 08-31-2020, 04:27 PM   #7
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Followed your link and it states in the description 95PSI. I assume it is a typo and when you got it they were 110PSI?
Called them and it was just a typo on the site.
Going to order these thanks for the link.
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Old 08-31-2020, 05:10 PM   #8
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Called them and it was just a typo on the site.
Going to order these thanks for the link.
Correct.... it was a typo and I got the 110PSI version.

You will like it. It seems to be good quality materials. It is great to just walk by the tires and look to see your rear tires are ok.
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Old 08-31-2020, 10:49 PM   #9
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Magnitude and Omni owners. What are you running your tires at. Looks like 110 psi on the drive axles which is the max, what about the front? Is anyone looking at the pressures based on axles load and using the tire manufacturers, load/tire pressure charts. I know that the door sticker and Thor says to run 110 psi all around, just wondering what owners with this coach are running. After talking to Thor a bit more on this, I am running 95 psi on the steer axle and 105 on the drive axle

What are others thought on the Magnitude, Factory original tires(Continental's)
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Old 08-31-2020, 10:57 PM   #10
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Magnitude and Omni owners. What are you running your tires at. Looks like 110 psi on the drive axles which is the max, what about the front? Is anyone looking at the pressures based on axles load and using the tire manufacturers, load/tire pressure charts. I know that the door sticker and Thor says to run 110 psi all around, just wondering what owners with this coach are running. After talking to Thor a bit more on this, I am running 95 psi on the steer axle and 105 on the drive axle

What are others thought on the Magnitude, Factory original tires(Continental's)

I have a 2018 Chateau. Door sticker on it says 110 on back axel and 95 on the front.
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Old 08-31-2020, 11:19 PM   #11
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My Magnitude SV34 door sticker has 95 front and 110 rear as well. That's were I keep them.

I find the fronts typically run 105 - 110psi and the rears tend to run 120 - 125psi after warming up.

My tires range from 85 - 105 degrees depending on air temps, speed, braking, etc.
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Old 09-05-2020, 06:58 PM   #12
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I have the TST system and the braided valve stem extenders and they work well on my 550 chassis. Front ones just screwed on with no problems either.
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Old 09-08-2020, 12:30 AM   #13
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Do you have a picture of this installed on your rig?
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I also have the EEZ TPMS on my Magnitude and it works well..... pstandiford is correct that the rear outside tires are tight and you can't use the anti-theft caps on the rear outside tires (which are fairly lame any way) but it very doable.

I just installed the Crossfire Dually Pressure Equalization System for 110PSI and purchased the option for using a TPMS with it. They work great and make the the TPMS easier to deal with on the rear wheels (and you can use the anti-theft caps as well.

https://truckpartsworld.net/product/...rts-duplicate/
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Old 09-08-2020, 01:35 AM   #14
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Do you have a picture of this installed on your rig?
I don't but I will post it in a couple weeks. I'm down at my home in FL and the coach is back in PA. We will be heading up there in a couple weeks for a couple camping trips in October. When I get back I will post the pics.

Plus I also ordered this kit.

https://www.raneystruckparts.com/19-...eel-trim-kits/

The stock F-550 center hub covers are a pain to remove. I mounted the Crossfire on the lug nut and I think this will work and look better and be much easier to remove.
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Old 09-08-2020, 06:10 PM   #15
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I don't but I will post it in a couple weeks. I'm down at my home in FL and the coach is back in PA. We will be heading up there in a couple weeks for a couple camping trips in October. When I get back I will post the pics.

Plus I also ordered this kit.

https://www.raneystruckparts.com/19-...eel-trim-kits/

The stock F-550 center hub covers are a pain to remove. I mounted the Crossfire on the lug nut and I think this will work and look better and be much easier to remove.
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Old 09-08-2020, 07:56 PM   #16
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SS Wheel covers

These covers on the front do not have the hole for the locking hobs.
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Old 09-09-2020, 12:48 AM   #17
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These covers on the front do not have the hole for the locking hobs.

Iím only installing them in the rear since I have manual locking 4x4 hubs. I copied not find them for the rear wheels only.

For people without the older 4x4 with the manual hubs or just a 2x4, the entire kit will work fine.
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