- Feb 12, 2023
- North Dakota
Mine reads the same, off a couple pounds. I just do the math, Ican buy a new one but who says that will be any more accurate.
Well call me a heretic, but after 60 years of filling tires with Milton or Accutire analog, I am convinced this type is better:Hello
I have had a Joe's Racing 0-60 psi tire pressure gauge for about 5 or so years. Before I bought it I did a bit of research and it seemed to be one of the better ones on the market.
I just came from the tire shop and learned that my gauge reads 3psi high compared to the system that is used at Americas Tire / Discount Tire. The system I mean is the one where you set the pressure and it automatically stops when you get to the set pressure. Also when you first connect to it before it starts filling it displays the temperature. I think I will cross check by taking a trip to another tire shop and comparing.
Assuming my gauge does in fact read 3psi high I am looking for recommendations for a replacement. Should I purchase another?
I would like an analog dial non battery operated gauge. Another feature I like is the bleed off of vent button. This is very useful as I typically slightly overfill the tires and then bleed or vent them down to the desired pressure.