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Hello all. I am a new member and have a question for you.
What is a good not so pricey tire gauge for when airing up the tires on the GW.
I have 3 or 4 and all give a different reading. They are on the cheap end so maybe a better one is available at a decent price. Thanks in Advance if you want to give an answer. :)

I don't see a search function on the form.....?
 

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I just carry a small digital tire guage made by Slime. Always check my tires dailywhen going on a long vacation both air pressure and giving them a roll to see if any objects in the tire. The tire guage just gives me an idea if verylow air pressure to look closely at the tire

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I have the slime kit with the small compressor but the gauge I got was like a regular gauge.
Will google and see if can find a slime gauge.
Thanks.

Very nice GW SETHAN12. I like the paint scheme you have on it.
 

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http://www.griotsgarage.com/product...=basic&keyword=tire&sortby=newArrivals&page=1

Programmable, Talking Air Gauge Talking Air Gauge Calls Out The Air Pressure! If your eyes are having trouble reading a tire gauge, how about one that talks to you and tells you the tire pressure? Simply push the nozzle of the gauge onto the tire's valve stem and the gauge will speak the air pressure! You can also program in the front and rear tire pressures (seems like I'm always searching for this information in my manual) so you know where to set them quickly. Place one in every glove box... because it's my guess your tires are under-inflated and the increase you'll see in fuel mileage will pay for this gauge in no time!
 

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Rusty, that is neato!

That will save me from having to find my reading glasses. :clapper:
 

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I use a very nice air guage attached to my compressor. I carry a small cheap air guage in my tool kit for my travels.

Oh, and by the way, welcome to the forum from ND! :waving:
 

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Slime Digital works OK for me too.
 

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I carry an old-fashioned stick type that doesn't need batteries. My auto mechanic says they are as reliable as any electronic type.

By the way iloco, the Search box is to the right side of the forum.
 

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snrlawyer thanks for telling whre the search is located. I am so use to VBB forums I missed it on the right side.
Thanks everyone for the info on what you use for tire gauges.
 
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