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Author Topic: Cheap and accurate digital tire pressure guage.  (Read 348 times)

Ice

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Cheap and accurate digital tire pressure guage.
« on: September 18, 2013, 04:43:45 AM »
 Slime digital tire pressure guage.
Measures in Kpa Bar and PSI.
Measures PSI in 1/2 pound increments with resolution under a tenth.
Available at Walmart, O'Reilly's, Auto zone etc. fore around ten bucks.

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Re: Cheap and accurate digital tire pressure guage.
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2013, 12:10:40 PM »
I've had good luck with Slime gauges, even the non-digtal dial style.  They're accurate and reliable, what more could you ask for from a tire gauge.  :)

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Re: Cheap and accurate digital tire pressure guage.
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2013, 05:07:57 AM »
I have three digital tire gauges.  1 is a Slime, 1 a no-name brand, and the third is a RoadGear.  All three read a different pressure on the same tire.  For some reason, I trust the RoadGear one, so I add 1/2 psi to the slime gauge's reading and subtract 1/2 psi from the no-name gauge's reading since the RoadGear always indicates right between the two.


I've always wondered if there's any way to find a truly accurate gauge.


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