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Speedway Single Brake Pressure Gauge
Speedway Single Brake Pressure Gauge

Speedway Single Brake Pressure Gauge

Universal Fit, 2.69" Outside Diameter, 2.88" Depth, 2.83" Body Diameter, White, Black, Black

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Speedway Single Brake Pressure Gauge
Speedway Single Brake Pressure Gauge
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MFG. Part #:
54544025
Outside Diameter:
2.69"
Depth:
2.88"
Body Diameter:
2.83"
Gauge Face Color:
White
Needle Color:
Black
Lettering Color:
Black
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Each
Notes:
This brake gauge can be mounted to a flat surface using the two holes provided in the block itself.

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Single gauge kit with 1/8" NPT bleeders and 3/8"-24 inlets.. Features a 2-5/8" diameter liquid filled gauge.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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