Finding the Right Tire Pressure Gauge is Easy!
Checking your tire pressure is one of the easiest things you can do to make your vehicle as safe and efficient as possible. But how do you choose the right tire pressure gauge? We carry several models and, while each one is accurate, easy to use and remarkably durable, they do have their difference. This buying guide will help you choose the tire pressure gauge that’s right for you and your car.
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Whether you’re driving a high-powered sports car or a high-riding truck, these gauges are designed for maximum accuracy and incredible durability.
Bred for competition and built to last, the 0-60psi Racing Tire Gauge gives you ultra-accurate digital readings down to 0.1psi increments! The large, backlit LCD readout is supplemented by 1psi segments around the dial, so you can dial-in your pressures to perfection.
The 0-15psi Professional Racing Gauge is used by professional racers that don’t mess around when it comes to their tire gauges. For serious racers, our Professional Racing Gauge is the one to beat! This unique gauge is capable of reading extremely low racing pressures of 0-15 PSI in 0.1 pound units and offers constant reading display with bleed button function.
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Versatile Everyday Gauges
To some people, a tire gauge is just a tire gauge. Those people need to take a look at these models! The great thing about engineers and designers is that they’re always working on ways to make things better. These two gauges are proof that even something as simple as a tire gauge can still be improved.
Want to top up your tires in half the time? Our Tire Gauge/Filler lets you add air while you're checking the pressure. Clip the chuck securely to the tire stem; then add air directly through the gauge. If you go too far, you can bleed off pressure by pushing a button on the gauge.
The Accugauge has brass-geared movement for accuracy, while the swiveling, angled chuck lets you reach any tire valve—even short ones. There’s also a push-button bleed valve for pressure adjustments. For maximum convenience and safety, pair it with the Check-A-Spare, an extension tube that lets you maintain your spare tire's pressure without emptying the trunk.