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I have one of those and use it, but in general prefer digital gauges.

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I prefer the Accutire MS-4021B that Ski Pro 3 already posted. I have one in each vehicle I own, and one in my shop. I also have an old Milton truck slide-type gauge that I check the Accutires against, and have had no problems with any of them. A couple of them I have owned probably 10 years or more, and all they need is a battery change now and then. I also like that because they have an angled head, they have better leverage than most for holding them tight on the valve stem.

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G.H. Meiser & Co., founded in 1906, has a long history of quality manufacturing in the tire gauge and accessory field. Known for their spot on precision and rugged construction, the Accu-Gage line of tire gauges is a standout in an often-unreliable field. All of our products come backed with our standard one year warranty, whether it be for replacement parts, or complete recalibration.

I would look at these guys. I have a couple of their gauges and they are very good. They have some that go to 160 PSI which are very accurate at 80 PSI
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Curly2001 wrote:

G.H. Meiser & Co., founded in 1906, has a long history of quality manufacturing in the tire gauge and accessory field. Known for their spot on precision and rugged construction, the Accu-Gage line of tire gauges is a standout in an often-unreliable field. All of our products come backed with our standard one year warranty, whether it be for replacement parts, or complete recalibration.

I would look at these guys. I have a couple of their gauges and they are very good. They have some that go to 160 PSI which are very accurate at 80 PSI
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I wound up getting a Milton Industries Exelair digital dual head pressure gauge. It has a long shank that allows you to read it without stooping too closely and the handle swivels to give youthe best view. Seems to operate well. Time will tell.

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