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Tire Stress Gauge: 60 PSI – Accugage 60XGA Tire Gauge

Tire Strain Gauge: 60 PSI – Accugage 60XGA Tire Gauge

  • 60 PSI Selection
  • Swivel Angel Chuck
  • Tough steel situation with polished brass bezel and two” dial
  • Excellent for all types of passenger automobiles
  • Gauges have a full geared, precision motion with bronze bourdon tube.

Gauge has a full geared, precision movement with bronze bourdon tube. Not like piston-plunger-variety gauges, the bourdon tube movement is not impacted by modifications in temperature, humidity or altitude. Swivel angle chuck tends to make it less complicated to reach tire valve

Record Price tag: $ 14.99

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2 Responses to “Tire Stress Gauge: 60 PSI – Accugage 60XGA Tire Gauge”

  • P. Repage "FT Dad, Doctor & PT photographer":
    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Forget the digital units…, July 1, 2010
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    This review is from: Tire Pressure Gauge: 60 PSI – Accugage 60XGA Tire Gauge (Automotive)
    this unit is easy to use, read and durable. I had one for 20 years before it finally gave out (dropped once too many times). I bought a digital unit – wont work or quirky if it’s too hot, too cold, raining, icy, snowy, and many times not easy to read. There’s a reason that all of us have ANALOG clocks in our kitchen – our brain processes an analog dial far faster and more intuitively than a digital readout.

    Get this – you know you need one. Put in glove box and use once a month.

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  • Paul C:
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works just like my old one, July 29, 2011
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    Paul C (New Jersey) –
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    This review is from: Tire Pressure Gauge: 60 PSI – Accugage 60XGA Tire Gauge (Automotive)
    So I bought this to replace my 20 year old, kicked around, same version of this gauge. I had suspected my old one was not reading properly. So I got this new one. I am happy to report that the 20 year old one reads exactly the same as this new one. So now I have a spare to keep in my other car. The only thing I don’t like about this model vs the old one is my old one had a little release valve. So it holds the needle where the pressure reading was till you press the release. Very handy. And it was my fault for not noticing it wasn’t there on this new version. Overall, I couldn’t be happier with this product. If you have a car, and have tires, and want them to last, having the correct tire pressure matters.

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