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Offline gtgt2112

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TPMS warning and a damn good thing to
« on: June 23, 2016, 04:36:32 pm »
Heading round the M60 and the red warning light came on for low rear tyre pressure.
Is it a real puncture or a glitch, no it's not a glitch down to 35 psi in the couple of minutes i was debating the issue.
Off at next slip road a couple of miles and into a garage.

Without TPMS the first sign would have been as the tyre became too deflated to to be any use and it would be a hard shoulder recovery
with TPMS the option to get off the motorway and into a garage.

Tyre plugged and inflated and back home to order new tyres, hey ho it's only money.

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Re: TPMS warning and a damn good thing to
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2016, 05:23:12 pm »
*Originally Posted by gtgt2112 [+]
Heading round the M60 and the red warning light came on for low rear tyre pressure.
Is it a real puncture or a glitch, no it's not a glitch down to 35 psi in the couple of minutes i was debating the issue.
Off at next slip road a couple of miles and into a garage.

Without TPMS the first sign would have been as the tyre became too deflated to to be any use and it would be a hard shoulder recovery
with TPMS the option to get off the motorway and into a garage.

Tyre plugged and inflated and back home to order new tyres, hey ho it's only money.

We need a Like feature.  I too am sold on TPMS.  Thinking about adding to all my bikes with the app on my smart phone.  $99 for a pair of sensors. 

 



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