Tire Pressure Gauge
Three Great Styles of Gauges
Garage Series Tire Pressure Gauge
Designed to check tire pressures around the garage, where the accuracy of a track air pressure gauge isn't necessary. 2-1/4 in. Face. Long 16 in. hose with finger-operated air-bleed valve and hardened steel swivel chuck that rotates 360 Deg. for positive valve stem attachment. Includes a rubber gauge cover.
Pro Series Tire Pressure Gauge
Premium high-quality instruments with brass internals and Bourdon Tube Pressure Element provide full-range accuracy to within 1/2%. Large 4 in. face. The adjustable pointer can be calibrated at the track. Long 16 in. hose with a pressure release valve and hardened steel swivel chuck. Includes rugged polyethylene carrying case is lined with a medium-density foam to protect the gauge.
Tire Pressure Gauge
Used by more racers than all other brands combined. Calibrated for accuracy within 2%. Large 2-5/8 in. face dial. Hardened chuck rotates 360 degrees for positive valve stem attachment. 16 in. hose with a finger-operated air-bleed valve allows you to release pressure quickly.
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