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Old 02-24-2017, 02:52 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by beaverfever View Post
if you have a speedco nearby they will test your gauge so there is no guess work. i have found the ones sold by alcoa wheels to be the most accurate.
That's great to know! I too have 4 different air gauges and get 4 different readings with a range of 10 psi rendering them basically useless.
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I took my digital gauge along to check my snowmobile trailer tires this year. The sorry thing would not work at near zero temperatures. My cheap Slime gauge worked fine and I found a tire very low due to the metal valve stem leaking. Sometimes cheap and simple is the best.
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I also got the Accutire, hoping for better accuracy, but found it a pain to get a reading on the duallies. I ended up going back to pencil style.
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