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Rating 3.94 of 5 (13 Reviews)

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Standard Accu-gage
  • Precision tire gauge with swivel chuck
  • 60 PSI size in 1 lb. increments
  • 15 PSI size in 1/4 lb. increments
  • Item # 4350

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Standard Accugage

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Tire Pressure ???

Accugage . , the name fits . It's a very accurate tire gauge . Awesome tool !

Dodjie - November 02, 2009

(Manteca, CA)
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Decent Guage

It does all that you need. Accurately reads PSI's. I purchased this simply because analog gauges are more accurate than digital gauges, which I had. Although it causes some difficulty connecting on motorcycle due to the lack of space. I would recommend spending a few more dollars and purchasing the Accugage with the hose. It is worth it in the long run.

Brenden - July 28, 2009

(Ottawa, ON)
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Accugage

Works great, stores easily. It is a little hard to position and see at the same time. It would be perfect if it had a lock that would retain the psi until you cleared it.

Brad L. - November 28, 2011

(chico, CA)
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Accugauge

I like analog gauges, they are usually accurate and no battery problems. Howerver, the best feature of this gauge is the swivel port, I can position the gauge to view it no matter where the valve stem is.

David - April 23, 2012

(Corapeake, , NC)
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tire pressure

air pressure is very important for dirt bikes,to little it wallers,to much it does not grip the accugage works great to get it right the first time

franklin - May 24, 2010

(RUTHERFORDTON, NC)
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Standard Acugage

Looks like a quality piece. It would be nice to have the pressure reading after removed from the valve stem, but not a huge deal to not have that feature.

Kent - November 06, 2012

(Tallahassee, FL)
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Good gauge but not for motorcycles

I guess accuracy is good, but without the feature that holds the reading until released, not much use on my street bike. Very difficult to read while on the valve stem.

Tom - September 12, 2011

(Pace, FL)
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accugauge

works, should have bought one that holds reading.

mike - November 08, 2013

(groton, VT)
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Gauge

Perfect for our use in the motor fourwheel.

Chafik - July 22, 2010

(Santiago, FL)
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Needs a button to hold pressure reading

I really like the gauge but I was very disappointed that there is no button that holds the reading. I will probably buy another gauge that has this feature.

Robert - September 13, 2012

(Nashville, TN)
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Nice Gauge, Kinda Cheap

I pushed the clear plastic face cover in while installing the optional rubber cover. It came apart and went back together relatively easily, but the quality is kinda iffy. I also thought this one had the button on the side to release pressure while checking, and to hold the reading, but it doesn't. Seems quite accurate, though. I'd buy it again...

BowWow - November 08, 2013

(Hinterlands, AB)
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Standard Acugage

Good purchase although I should have bought one that that shows psi after I disconnect device.

John R Chambers - May 23, 2008

(La Conner, WA)
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Dissapointed

I have a 15 year old version of this gauge that is much better construction. I doubt this one will last long. It is very cheaply made. The metal casing and rubber cover seem cheap quality and not as heavy duty as the older model. You get what you pay for, "Made in China". very disappointed.

Dirtclod - August 07, 2013

(Petaluma, CA)
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