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    2022 XLS 22 MLE & Lippert Tire System

    We have a 2022 XLS 22 MLE that has the Lippert Tire System mount in the storage section. The camper is Lippert System "ready". What does "ready" mean? Do my tires have sensors already? How much do I need to do to have the system operational? Thanks

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    Your trailer is ready for this system.

    https://store.lci1.com/tire-linc?gcl...xoCCgIQAvD_BwE

    However, I would suggest anything else that does not use your phone for tire monitoring and find one with a dedicated, separate screen for monitoring.

    I don’t have this system, and I stand to be corrected, but I have read that Tire-Linc does not work when the app is closed. So if you use your phone for anything else (Google maps, phone calls, internet, texting,etc) your tires are not monitored.

    If you want Lippert’s separate screen, that is a separate purchase. All in all, the Lippert system is about 2-3x the cost of other systems.

    Personally, I use this and it works a great!

    https://eezrvproducts.com/shop/ols/p...-color-monitor
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    Thanks netshadoe. We will definitely be getting something.

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    I installed the "Tire Minder" system, which was on our Salem Hemisphere, and we traded for a xls 22MLE in March. I placed it where the Lippert module is/was....it has it's own hand-held monitor, so you're not using your phone. So far, so good.

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    x2 on the Tireminder, I have the i10 works great.
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    I got the TM-77.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by netshadoe View Post
    Your trailer is ready for this system.

    https://store.lci1.com/tire-linc?gcl...xoCCgIQAvD_BwE

    However, I would suggest anything else that does not use your phone for tire monitoring and find one with a dedicated, separate screen for monitoring.

    I don’t have this system, and I stand to be corrected, but I have read that Tire-Linc does not work when the app is closed. So if you use your phone for anything else (Google maps, phone calls, internet, texting,etc) your tires are not monitored.

    If you want Lippert’s separate screen, that is a separate purchase. All in all, the Lippert system is about 2-3x the cost of other systems.

    Personally, I use this and it works a great!

    https://eezrvproducts.com/shop/ols/p...-color-monitor
    Really like this idea however, I’m concerned about putting weight on rubber valve stems verse having metal ones installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precab View Post
    Really like this idea however, I’m concerned about putting weight on rubber valve stems verse having metal ones installed.
    I hear ya. I had metal stems put on at the local tire shop. 50 bucks including tax for all four tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precab View Post
    Really like this idea however, I’m concerned about putting weight on rubber valve stems verse having metal ones installed.
    I wouldn't worry about it. There are many wheels running around with those sensors on rubber stems and no issues. We ran 8,000 miles on the MLE before we moved on to the LDE and had no problems. But certainly doesn't hurt to upgrade to the metal stems if it makes you feel better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Precab View Post
    Really like this idea however, Iím concerned about putting weight on rubber valve stems verse having metal ones installed.
    Yes you need metal stems. It states that in the instructions.
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