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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-15-2005, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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Lightbulb Digital Tire Guauge For Sale

Digital Tire Guauge with Light
Range: 0-150 PSI
Brand New still in package
$10.00 + Shipping
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-15-2005, 04:12 PM
 
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wow that things pretty cool....how much they normally cost? i never really cared to look into a digital one.....sweet
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wow that things pretty cool....how much they normally cost? i never really cared to look into a digital one.....sweet


Not sure maybe 20 bucks.
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Did Dirty Steve get that on ebay for 3 bucks??
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if you plan to use this on a bike tire you may want to reconsider... cause I tried to use one of those styles once and the front rotor was in the way of making it easy if at all possible to use...

If it's for all around use like cars truck 4 wheelers then hell yeah that's a nice one to get

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if you plan to use this on a bike tire you may want to reconsider... cause I tried to use one of those styles once and the front rotor was in the way of making it easy if at all possible to use...

If it's for all around use like cars truck 4 wheelers then hell yeah that's a nice one to get

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I have one similar, and it is not ideal, but it does the job. Nothing you use on the front tire of a bike will be easy considering the rotors.
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-16-2005, 04:01 AM
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I have one similar, and it is not ideal, but it does the job. Nothing you use on the front tire of a bike will be easy considering the rotors.
actually there are a couple that are easy on the front.. one is a round analog style with a short hose and the lil key chain like digital one I got

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actually there are a couple that are easy on the front.. one is a round analog style with a short hose and the lil key chain like digital one I got

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I would trust a used condom more than a keychain tire guauge

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