BikeMaster Dial Type Air Pressure Tire Gauge With Hose

BikeMaster Dial Type Air Pressure Tire Gauge With Hose
BikeMaster Dial Type Air Pressure Tire Gauge With Hose

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  • Description
  • 15 Reviews
  • 2 Questions
Description Item #BMS004I
  • Swivel angle chuck with air release valve.
  • Push-button valve bleeds off excess pressure.
  • Flexible hose.
  • Extension bar with angled chuck.
  • 0-60 psi 1-lb increments.
  • Ground shipping only.

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15 Reviews
3.1 out of 5 stars
5 Star   10 4 Star   2 3 Star   0 2 Star   2 1 Star   1
albsilk76
Verified Purchaser
Miami, FL, USA
REliable Product

Works Very well would recomend to anybody for the price

Bozo
Verified Purchaser
Michigan, USA
Great gauge for the shop

This tire gauge exceeded my expectations. I got the low pressure one to be used on the atvs and dirtbikes and am wishing I'd bought it sooner!

Mark
Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Huntington Beach, CA
Good Guage for the price

Works well and gets the job done but within about 3 months of owning this it won't hold the reading after taking the air hook-up off. Still does the job but disappointed with the durability.

RacingEnthusiast
Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser

Great!

clmartin22
Verified Purchaser
Fulton, MS
Must have tool

This is a must have tool in any racers box. Love the air bleed and the dial is nice and easy to read.

SVracer
Verified Purchaser
Eugene
Buy a better gauge

difficult to get on front air valve, especially when rotors are hot. There's not enough granularity in the scale either. I'll be throwing this one in the spares box to upgrade to a better gauge.

dvb441
Liberty Lake, WA, USA
Same problem

I wanted this guage bc it had an attached hose that i thought would help me read the tire pressure more easily...the problem was the piece that goes on the valve stem is too small...i could kind of force it on but the dial would never resiater the tire pressure...i returned and exchanged for the bikemaster one without the hose that has better reviews...i caan say that one works really well...still wish it had a flexable hose tho

TexasCory
Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Texas

This is a nice piece. Works good.

akarmy
Verified Purchaser
Auburn, WA
Nice Gauge

This is a nice quality air gauge. Feels good in your hand and it's easy to use. Much higher quality than the simple stick type of gauge for sure!

Nest
Verified Purchaser
Tire Gauge

Great item and price right!

racerdad
Tennessee
Cheep quality

The valve that presses on the valve stem is too tight. It barly fits the valve. If this small part was better quality it would be a great product.

LankyWayne
Top 1000 Contributor
Sherman, TX.
Good Product

Compared to other gauges and looks to be accurate. Makes adjusting air pressure easy.

crawl4l
Top 50 Contributor
roseville, CA
Best purchase ever! seriously!

i have the 0-15psi version and that thing is amazing. i know its just a tire guage but it works extremely well. i love the thing and would definitely buy again if i lose it

Pinned
Top 25 Contributor
Charleston, WV
Excellent Gauge :)

Best gauge I have ever used. Very accurate and easy to check pressure of those hard to get to valve stems.

Mesa, AZ
Best Purchase

Great gauge, easy to use and very accurate. Will never go back to old style tire gauges again

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2 Questions
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Not Yet:   0
Airwolf
Location: Houston, TX, USA
Q: It says 0-60 psi, but the photo indicates 0-15. Which one is it?
2 years 9 months ago
The 0-15 as depicted in the photo would better suit my motocross needs, since 12 psi is the highest pressure we ever run.
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
2 years 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This gauge is going to be a 0-60 PSI. The picture is for styling reference only. If you do need a low pressure gauge, we do offer them in the 0-15 PSI also.
WBLinNC
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Raleigh, NC
Q: PSI range?
Over 7 years ago
The description indicates it's 0-60psi, but the picture shows 0-15. Which is it?
harleydave
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
A: It is 0-60psi. The picture is generic.
SVracer
2 years 10 months ago Location: Eugene
A: 0-60 PSI
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