Longacre® 52-52003 Tire Pressure Gauge, 2-1/2 Inch, 0-60 PSI
Oval Track Cars, 2.5" Diameter, 17" Hose Length, 0-60 Pressure Range (psi)
- This accurate tire pressure gauge features a 2-1/2" glow-in-the-dark face and includes a shock-resistant protective bumper for long life
- The high flow air pressure release button will help drop your pressure to your desired level and help you avoid overinflated tires
- Comes with a swivel angle chuck installed to help you to find your tire valve at any angle and also includes a ball chuck for added convenience
- This Longacre tire pressure gauge reads 0-60 psi, includes a high flow air pressure release button, and holds pressure readings until released
- Built-to-last air pressure gauge that includes a protective shock-resistant rubber bumper around the face of the gauge
Longacre® offers this great looking tire pressure gauge with new graphics! Reads in 1/2 pound increments and includes both angle and ball chucks. Features a 0-60 PSI gauge range.
- 2-1/2" Glow-In-The-Dark face for high accuracy and easy readability
- 1/2 lb increments with 2% accuracy
- High flow air pressure release button
- Swivel angle chuck installed with alternate ball chuck included
- Holds pressure reading until released
- Internal gauge damper for more accurate readings and longer life
- Flexible 17" red hose
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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