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Black truck towing large fifth wheel trailer on mountain road
Cap-style TPMS sensors are the least-expensive way to monitor trailer-tire pressures, other than using a handheld gauge. This one from RealWheels replaces the valve-stem cap. It flashes a warning when tire pressure drops 5 to 10 psi lower than when the sensor was initially installed. These are especially good for small trailers.


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