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Longacre 52-52034 0-15 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge, 2 Inch
Longacre 52-52034 0-15 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge, 2 Inch

Longacre 52-52034 0-15 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge, 2 Inch

Micro Sprint, Midget, Mini Sprint, Quarter Midget, Sprint Car, 2" Diameter

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Longacre 52-52034 0-15 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge, 2 Inch
Longacre 52-52034 0-15 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge, 2 Inch
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52-52034
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2"
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Get precision tire pressure readings with Longacre 52034 tire pressure gauge. Tire pressure gauge is mechanical and ranges from 0-15 PSI. Features a 2 inch glow in the dark dial face. Includes air pressure release button. 14 inch hose length. Sold each. 

  • Mechanical gauge
  • 0-15 PSI range
  • Air pressure release button
  • Internal gauge damper for more accurate readings and longer life
  • 14.00" hose length
  • Ball chuck included
  • 2.00" glow in the dark dial face
  • Does not hold pressure
  • Sold each
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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