TireMinder TM-77 Tire Pressure Monitoring System with 4 Transmitters for RVs, Motorhomes, 5th Wheels, Motor Coaches, and Trailers

Catalog Item # 86610

The New TireMinder TM-77-4 Tire Pressure Monitoring System features updated software and a large display to make monitoring your RV, Motorhome, 5th Wheel, Motor Coach, or Trailer easier than ever.

Technical Specifications

1.9 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 3 stars based on 3 reviews (3 Based on 3 Reviews)

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  • Easy to install (3)
  • Excellent detailed printed manual (1)
  • Not durable (1)
  • Quality (1)
  • Reasonable (1)
  • Not accurate (1)
  • Tire inducers are intermittent (1)


by Doug Perkins – April 30, 2017
4 out of 5 stars

I just received and installed this unit on my 5th wheel. First the good before the negative. It came as advertised in the video. I

Initial issues followed by good service from tire minder

by David Wettlaufer – October 07, 2016
5 out of 5 stars

I purchased this system in early July 2016 from the Houghton Lake MI store and headed on out west to Vancouver Island, then back t

Failed to perform

by Combs' camping adventures – September 11, 2017
1 out of 5 stars

I wanted to monitor tires on my travel trailer. This product failed after about 6 hours on the road. It alerted to Rapid Leak on o

Per the manufacturer: "Transmitters may be used on rubber valve stems. We highly recommend the brass or stainless steel.

Rubber valve stems can be an issue, based on the Age, length and physical location (i.e. exposure to road salt, high heat, sun, etc), so be sure to check the condition of you rubber valve stems on a regular basis."
by Camping World – March 28, 2017

The screen shows all tires programmed by me but does not scan unless I press the top button. Is this the way it works?
The monitor and sensors communicate every 6 seconds, but regular pressures and temperatures are updated on the monitor every 4 minutes if a change has occurred. Should a significant abnormality occur, the monitor will react within 6 seconds. This process helps extend battery life on the sensors and monitor.
by Camping World – July 22, 2016

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