Longacre® 52-50483 Digital Shock Inflation Pressure Gauge
Get your shock pressures just right with this easy-to-use tool. Just connect the the special shock inflator chuck and fill and bleed to the perfect pressure. Chuck is designed to allow you to remove from the shock without losing any pressure.
- Digital Shock Pressure Gauge with rubber bumper
- Reads to 300 psi by .5 psi units
- Special chuck prevents pressure loss and inaccurate settings
- Quick & accurate settings - guaranteed
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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