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Marcela wrote:

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Had to recalculate mine. 10 psi off.


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I doubt affiliate links on forums are kosher for the forum moderators.


I have been trying to figure out just what is Kosher with some of the moderators on RVnet for awhile, especially on the around the campfire board where evidently most things are not Kosher. I think using the word Kosher may not be Kosher?

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BillyBob Jim wrote:

ependydad wrote:


I doubt affiliate links on forums are kosher for the forum moderators.


I have been trying to figure out just what is Kosher with some of the moderators on RVnet for awhile, especially on the around the campfire board where evidently most things are not Kosher. I think using the word Kosher may not be Kosher?


I gave up on figuring out the ATC board a while back. I've come to the conclusion that if you disagree with the position of the mod of that board, your response or the thread is deleted/closed. Now, I just shrug and move on. Most of the Mods are pretty conservative in the use of their power though and some (Tow Vehicles for instance) have the patience of a saint.

This thread is timely though as I'm currently looking for a new, more reliable, tire pressure gauge so I will be watching this one closely.

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BillyBob Jim wrote:

ependydad wrote:


I doubt affiliate links on forums are kosher for the forum moderators.


I have been trying to figure out just what is Kosher with some of the moderators on RVnet for awhile, especially on the around the campfire board where evidently most things are not Kosher. I think using the word Kosher may not be Kosher?


I gave up on figuring out the ATC board a while back. I've come to the conclusion that if you disagree with the position of the mod of that board, your response or the thread is deleted/closed. Now, I just shrug and move on. Most of the Mods are pretty conservative in the use of their power though and some (Tow Vehicles for instance) have the patience of a saint.

This thread is timely though as I'm currently looking for a new, more reliable, tire pressure gauge so I will be watching this one closely.


I hide ATC a long time ago. [emoticon] I don't see anything in that forum.

As for gauges, I have used this one for a couple of years. It jives with what my TST TPMS shows:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000C556QQ/

More recently, I just switched to a DIYCO D3 inflater/gauge so that I could check the pressure as I fill more easily. It's a little finicky with getting the pressure, but it is quite accurate.
https://www.amazon.com/DIYCO-Inflator-Pr........gauge&qid=1564772003&s=automotive&sr=1-3

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Currently my one to go is the Jaco Elite Pro Plus

It's accurate adaptable to various core angles and not expensive.

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Kamphiker wrote:

Currently my one to go is the Jaco Elite Pro Plus

It's accurate adaptable to various core angles and not expensive.


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Here is an alternate. Accu-Gage "M-Series" Professional Tire Pressure Gauge, 60 PSI, Made in USA


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But a 60 psi gauge won't do much good for E-rated truck tires inflated to 80 psi, even if it is made in USA.


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fj12ryder wrote:

But a 60 psi gauge won't do much good for E-rated truck tires inflated to 80 psi, even if it is made in USA.


Understood it was just an example.

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ALL TIRE SUPPLY - Professional Grade

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