TyrePal Offer

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by TerryL, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. TerryL

    TerryL Funster Life Member

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    Read about a £20 discount (from £135) in the Caravan Club December issue so as I've been thinking of getting a set for a little while visited the website http://www.tyrepal.co.uk and tried to order using the code given by the Caravan Club. However it wouldn't work, even if I linked direct from the CC website so left it.

    This morning tried again but it still wouldn't work, so I clicked on "Offers" on the Tyrepal site and lo and behold Tyrepal themselves are offering the same system (TB99) for under £100 using a different code (X1499) as a Christmas Special.

    Just posting so that if anyone else wants one, forget CC and go straight to Tyrepal. Hope they're as good as has been reported on here.

    TerryL
     
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    Has anyone problems with the weight bridges between France and Spain. A friend had a run in on the a63 near Bayonne . Thanks
     
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    Thanks for that Terry, I'll be right back on to them as they just charged me over the phone the CC cost. Cheeky sods
     
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    Anyone had any problems with the TB99 sensors?
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    Bought a sat-nav on discount offer through Caravan Club.
    We eventually worked out that it was a fault with the sat-nav that blew all our 12v fuses (OK, 2 of them while I was trying to work out if this WAS the problem :madder:). We wanted an exchange, refund or repair.
    However: some, if not all, CC "Member Offers" are run like Groupon - ie your contract is not with CC but with the supplier...
    ...who, surprisingly, had just gone bust & re-opened under another name & refused all liability. So that's a write-off.:crying:
    Be warned! - read the small print!!!
    JOHN'S CROSS FIXED OUR FUSES - LOVELY PEOPLE - OUR BESTEST FRIENDS NOW :inlove:
     
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    The TB99 system is for cars and vans, the TC215B system for motorhomes 0r am I missing something?
     
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    CC must be employing Tescos pricing policy,for their benefit,certainly not for the members!
     
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    The TB99 will work for a motorhome. I occasionally use a trailer so was looking to buy 2 systems at the £99 price to cover the extra 2 wheels but after contacting the company direct I have bought a 6 sensor system (TC215B) for the price of 2 TB99 devices. Result !! Thanks Terry for the heads up.

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    Thanks Colin.

    I think I will order a TB99 and wrap it up for Christmas! We were thinking about getting one anyway and at that price it is a no-brainer.

    Edit: Ordered.
     
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    I have the TB99 in my 7.5m MH and it works fine
     
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    Thanks for the nod terry, ordered this morning. Barrie
     
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    The TC215B uses TB99 sensors.
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    How long have you had it?

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    How much do these sensor weigh on the valve stem what is the chances of breaking the brass stem off on a twin wheel system? Only thing that worries me about them affecting balance and snapping off.
     
  15. TerryL

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    Think I'm going to write and ask for commission...............:roflmto::roflmto::roflmto:
     
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    Answers are all on their web site.
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    And an email to say they have been dispatched (y)
     
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    On our twin wheel axle I used the flow through sensors and fitted them into the flexible pipes routing the valves to the wheel trims for ease of filling. I fitted the sensors opposite each other to keep the balance. Works great.
     
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    Code Item Name Quantity Price Total
    TB99/4 TyrePal TB99 with four sensors 1 £112.50 £112.50
    TB99/sens TB99 series sensor - Extra sensor for special 1 £20.83 £20.83
    price £25 (incl VAT) instead of £33

    Subtotal £133.33
    Promotion £-29.18
    Shipping £4.13
    VAT : £21.66
    Total £129.93

    :cool: thanks Terry
     
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    This forum is making us spend more money! Think we are going to order too as we only have the emergency repair kit so no spare wheel on the motorhome :( May be a good idea on our car too...
     
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