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Old 05-18-2012, 04:20 PM   #15
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I use the Milton also. It reads the same as my Pressure Pro TMS so I figure they must be about right.
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Old 05-19-2012, 07:41 PM   #16
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This is the gauge I use. Fleetline Digital Air Gauge
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Old 05-19-2012, 09:08 PM   #17
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If you want a real head-scratcher, just try a few different pressure gauges on an inflated tire. I did this recently and got different results with different gauges. Now I don't know which one to believe!
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When I got new tires I compared my dual head truckers gauge with the tire shop readings, don't remember where I got it. About the same so I'm happy. I compare all other tire gauges I have to that one. Some are off over 5 psi and othes are pretty close.
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When I find a good one, I'm throwing out all the other ones. I like the digital Longacre racing gauge, but a little out of my price range.
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I use one of these from Harbor Freight. Gives accurate preasure. Works for me.

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I have one of these and used it to calibrate the gauge on my Fairchild regulator.

Accutire MS 5510B Racing Tire Pressure Gauge

I dug out all 6 of my tire pressure gauges and 5 gauges I use in my shop or have in my spare gauge drawer. Surprising to me, they were all pretty accurate. What I do if they need calibrating, is to pop off the lens cover, pop off the needle, apply half scale pressure and put the needle back on. They may be off a couple pounds at the very high or very low end, but are accurate where I need them to be.
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To bad they don't make the Accutire racing gauge in 0-100 PSI.

Thinking about getting this one I found on ebay, anyone have one?
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That's not a bad price. I think I paid around $40 for my 0-60 Accutire.
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