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Wilwood 260-0966

Wilwood Quick Check Gauge

950-260-0966

made in usa
Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 12/11/18

$69.38
Wilwood Quick Check Gauge $69.38
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Quick Check Gauge

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Manufacturer's Part Number:
260-0966

This unique in-line pressure gauge is a must for all tool boxes for that quick check of brake pressure. Gauge reads up to 1500psi and is a necessary part of setting up your brake system.

Is there adapters or other fittings and lines needed? I'm trying to test Wilwood 6 piston front brake pressure.

Asked by: Bossmn08
This gauge is designed to replace the bleeder screw in most brake calipers including the Wilwood calipers.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2017-12-13
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