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Old 08-29-2009, 10:46 AM   #1
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What Tire Gauge Are You Using?

Needing a new tire gauge. Less than a year old AutoZone Digital tire gauge crapped out. What are you guys using?

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The most accurate digital one i've ever found is a Craftsman.

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Looks like it has bad review tho.. Maybe I just got a good one!

Then there's always the cheap o Walmart gauges that look like something that would be on the side of an air tank... Those don't seem to be too bad but aren't that accurate usually.

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After using the crappy digital, I am leaning on going analog.
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it's always accurate and doesn't have a battery to go dead.
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it's always accurate and doesn't have a battery to go dead.
I have one of these in every one of my vehicles. Always ready when you want to use it.
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Which ever one works lol. You should really get one that goes to 1 psi.
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it's always accurate and doesn't have a battery to go dead.
these are fine, but be careful you can buy them for 1.99 at autozone but they're all plastic and start at 10 psi, and the all read a little different. spend a few more dollars on an all metal one that starts at 1 psi, definately a must when airing down.

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