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Old 04-29-2013, 04:24 PM   #1
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Digital Tire Inflator?

Has anybody used this Digital Tire Inflator JSP-97952. I wonder if it can be used to inflate/check pressure in a dually?
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Each dually has its own valve stem so I can't think of any reason that would not work.
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Each dually has its own valve stem so I can't think of any reason that would not work.
You're right about the individual valve stems what I'm thinking about, however, is that in the dually the valve stem is pointed inside, at least mine is. Thanks for writing!
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I would not be able to check my outer duals. I added a truck type air chuck foot to a digital gauge but I got frustrated with the darn thing because it had so many options (different screens for the pressures- am I seeing the pressure of the tire or is it the "target" pressure?) sort of like a new cell phone that has to relearned in the laneway every time you use it ! I use an analogue gauge that has the above air chuck foot.
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I would not be able to check my outer duals. I added a truck type air chuck foot to a digital gauge but I got frustrated with the darn thing because it had so many options (different screens for the pressures- am I seeing the pressure of the tire or is it the "target" pressure?) sort of like a new cell phone that has to relearned in the laneway every time you use it ! I use an analogue gauge that has the above air chuck foot.
Right on about ease of use. My wife had a "Slime" digital tire gauge in her car and I, too, found it confusing especially w/o any instructions to use. I would like a digital that is easy to use. Thanks for your thoughts!
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I have never found that type of "stay on" air hose end that works on higher pressure needs.

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If the head could be changed out to a truckers head I would consider it.

On my outer dually I have a very small "cap" with the ball on the end. It allows for filling but blocks escaping air from the valve unless depressed. With the trucker gauge I just stick it on and pull backwards and the analog stick comes out. For the inner dual I use a straight brass extension. I did not get one long enough to stick out through the wheel opening so on occasion I drop the valve cap when putting it back on. I carry spares. So far so good.
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