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[Amazon Canada] Milton Tire Pressure Gauge $7.22 Add on Item

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bizzyseller wrote:
Mar 1st, 2019 3:43 pm
A Ford Transit takes 75psi.
Used as a consumer or commercial vehicle?
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By nature, a Transit is a commercial vehicle.
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vkizzle wrote:
Mar 1st, 2019 8:16 am
5-50psi on sale at CT for $3.19
Bought one once, that CT one is a piece of crap. May as well buy it on aliexpress same unreliable measurements
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aquariaguy wrote:
Mar 1st, 2019 4:02 pm
Bought one once, that CT one is a piece of crap. May as well buy it on aliexpress same unreliable measurements
If the dollar store sold these, I would buy it there also.
With TPMS, I have been lazy and rarely check the pressure with a gauge, unless I see the psi drop or the readings are different for all of the tires.
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I am guessing that the average passenger car tire pressure is 32 - 35 psi. Gauges tend to be the most accurate in the middle of their range. Therefore, I would suggest that for the average person a gauge with a maximum rating of 70 psi would serve them best.
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bizzyseller wrote:
Mar 1st, 2019 4:28 pm
Both.
Lol...
Go ahead and fill up your tires to 50lbs+.
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derass wrote:
Mar 1st, 2019 3:58 pm
By nature, a Transit is a commercial vehicle.
By nature my pickup truck is a commercial vehicle as well. Unnaturally , I (and millions of other folks) use it as a personal vehicle and it wears 10 ply truck tires that need a minimum of 50psi and a max of 80psi.

This is an idiotic discussion ...the accuracy of a gauge at its limits goes to Hell, especially if it's a very cheap one. I don't know how being exposed to the extreme temperatures will affect the electronic gauges.
I prefer mechanical gauges for the simple reason that the battery is usually dead on anything that I intend to use when I need it most. Murphy's law.
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My trailer tires also need 80 and my suv with 35's need 75.I almost bought until someone said 50psi.

Anyways lots of yall seem to be built up on pressure and need a release :)
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Ive got about 5-8 of these pos tire readers. I'm gonna hold out and get one final one and hopefully it will be my last one ever. All those CT ones, are junk and gives diff readings and you have to press and hold etc certain angles .

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