YOU CAN CHECK THE AIR PRESSURE BACK TO BACK AND GET READINGS SEVERAL POUNDS DIFFERENT
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This air pressure gauge is a must have to get your tire pressure correct. Very happy with the purchase.
Works Very well would recomend to anybody for the price
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!
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.
This is a must have tool in any racers box. Love the air bleed and the dial is nice and easy to read.
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.
This is a nice piece. Works good.
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Question asked by Geoff
Question:Q: Question regarding the BikeMaster Dial Type Air Pressure Tire Gauge With HoseQuestion asked 2 years 8 months agoOn the BikeMaster Dial Type Air Pressure Tire Gauge With Hose, do you read the tire pressure when you push the air release on the guage or do you read the gauge without pushing the release?
Question asked by Airwolf
Question:Q: It says 0-60 psi, but the photo indicates 0-15. Which one is it?Question asked Over 6 years agoThe 0-15 as depicted in the photo would better suit my motocross needs, since 12 psi is the highest pressure we ever run.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: 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.
Question asked by WBLinNC
Question:Q: PSI range?Question asked Over 11 years agoThe description indicates it's 0-60psi, but the picture shows 0-15. Which is it?
Question answered by SVracerUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: 0-60 PSI
Question answered by harleydaveUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: It is 0-60psi. The picture is generic.