Longacre® 52-52000 Pro Precision 4-1/2 Tire Gauge, 0-60psi
4" Diameter, Analog Gauge Type, White, 0-60 PSi Gauge Range, 14" Overall Length, Bleed Valve
- The large, 4" glow-in-the-dark face makes this tire pressure gauge easy to read and use any time and comes with a protective carrying case
- The high flow air pressure release button will help drop your pressure to your desired level and help you avoid overinflated tires
- Makes checking your tire pressure easier than ever - this air pressure gauge holds the pressure reading until it is released
- Features a high flex 17" hose and includes both a swivel angle and ball chuck for added convenience and easy access to the tire valve from any angle
- Properly inflated tires save fuel, last longer, and increase the handling and performance of your street car, race car, truck, motorcycle, or bike
NEW Design Tire Pressure Gauge - Great looking new graphics, reads in 1/2 lb increments, includes both angle and ball chucks and dual bleed buttons for faster setting.
The Choice of Pro Teams
- Huge 4" GID dial face
- 1/2% accuracy
- Deluxe bumper for protection
- 17" hose with dual air pressure release buttons for faster setting
- Swivel angle chuck installed with alternate ball chuck included
- HOLDS PRESSURE READING UNTIL RELEASED
- Carrying case included
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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