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Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: inquirer] #4691954
03/11/18 08:42 PM
03/11/18 08:42 PM
Joined: Sep 2013
Posts: 613
indiana
Jimkobb Offline
Jimkobb  Offline
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Posts: 613
indiana
Save your money and get a "Slime".


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Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: Jimkobb] #4691957
03/11/18 08:48 PM
03/11/18 08:48 PM
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Posts: 7,833
Texas
4WD Offline
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Posts: 7,833
Texas
I’m in the EU ... so OnStar … have sent a few texts over the years …
I use the Slime digital at home but have old school too (like low psi for mower)

Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: inquirer] #4692509
03/12/18 01:30 PM
03/12/18 01:30 PM
Joined: Feb 2013
Posts: 3,378
Central Virginia
Silverado12 Offline
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Posts: 3,378
Central Virginia
Milton Gauge Made In USA

Carry one in every car you have to verify pressure of your pump. Cheap, accurate and made in USA. I have two newer gauges and an old one that's about 30 years old and is still accurate.


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18 Mustang GT 5.0 auto
07 Harley Dyna Street Bob 96 c.i. 6 sp.
00 Mustang GT auto
Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: mightymousetech] #4692987
03/12/18 08:37 PM
03/12/18 08:37 PM
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Posts: 15
North LA
jsb025 Offline
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North LA
The Astro 3018 can be had on Amazon for $67. All of my other inflaters collect dust.

Last edited by jsb025; 03/12/18 08:38 PM.
Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: Jimkobb] #4700279
03/19/18 09:57 PM
03/19/18 09:57 PM
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Posts: 846
Mississippi
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Mississippi
I have a Slime compressor in each of my vehicles. I've never had a problem with them. I even have one of those yellow Pittsburgh compressors that I got for $9 that does the job in a pinch.


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Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: inquirer] #4700322
03/19/18 11:55 PM
03/19/18 11:55 PM
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 237
NY
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TurboTravis  Offline
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Posts: 237
NY
Save your money...a sub 10 dollar tire PSI gauge is plenty accurate for the typical passenger (and sports) car. Regardless of the starting price/accuracy, it's considered out of calibration once it incurs a significant drop onto the ground anyway. The most important aspect (by far) is to use the same gauge when checking/adjusting tires.

Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: inquirer] #4939357
11/30/18 03:25 AM
11/30/18 03:25 AM
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Posts: 3
LA
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LA
I have this digital Intercomp gauge and have been happy with it. I send it to them once a year for calibration and they always tell me it is right on the money and no calibration needed. But that thing is $300!!!!

Last edited by mrjohnsmitt; 11/30/18 03:30 AM.
Re: Most accurate tire inflator [Re: inquirer] #4943674
12/04/18 07:43 PM
12/04/18 07:43 PM
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Posts: 2,243
Lakeside CA
another Todd Offline
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Posts: 2,243
Lakeside CA
Milton.


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