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BikeMaster Dial Gauge (0-60 PSI in 1 lb. Increments)

 
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Swivel angle chuck with air release valve.

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A great idea to have in ...

By SanDiegoSandLizard619

from San Diego, CA

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Comments about BikeMaster Dial Gauge (0-60 PSI in 1 lb. Increments):

A great idea to have in any tool Box! I just recently when to the dunes and i changed both of my tires out at the desert, this gage here helped me set my tires to the correct pressure for riding out there. It also allowed me to see if the wheels were leaking air after i changed them. This is a great item to have in your car also!

 
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good gauge

By texas69heat

from south texas

Comments about BikeMaster Dial Gauge (0-60 PSI in 1 lb. Increments):

this is a real good gauge, i just gave a 4star because its kind of hard to check front tire with breaks on both sides. But the tip does swivel and can be use on the front if need to just a little hard to get to.. works on all other bikes with 1psi increments very nice.

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