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Posted: 11/30/20 09:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Can someone recommend a good, accurate, NON-DIGITAL tire gauge that reads up to around 100 psi? Thanks.

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Lots of dial type available- google and what? all kinds of them.

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What's the thoughts on the valve stem ones that stay in place? Are they accurate?

Our new trailer came with them and I haven't verified the accuracy but I know I do check more often (typically every travel day, I look for the green when pulling the x-chocks) vs before where realistically, I would look at the tire to see if it was obviously down but actually pulling the gauge out was once or twice a month while traveling.


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All truck stops have them. Reaching the inner dually is sometimes difficult, requiring a particularly shaped gauge. (Old and lazy as I am now, I just go to Discount Tire -- they check them free!)

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I use this one.


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Posted: 12/01/20 05:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Professional grade tire guage


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valhalla360 wrote:

What's the thoughts on the valve stem ones that stay in place? Are they accurate?

Our new trailer came with them and I haven't verified the accuracy but I know I do check more often (typically every travel day, I look for the green when pulling the x-chocks) vs before where realistically, I would look at the tire to see if it was obviously down but actually pulling the gauge out was once or twice a month while traveling.


My TT came with them and I thought they were cool, so bought some for a horse trailer. However, they are not accurate at all. On TT they would be fully green and at least 10 PSI under. On horse trailer they showed red but were actually over inflated a little.


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Accu-gage 160X. Goes from 0-160 psi. Very accurate and easy to use.

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I think this is what I would go with as it would work on my DRW and easy to store.


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