Eat Sleep Race 60 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge PASMAG 01

The Eat Sleep Race tire pressure gauge is robust and features a flexible, reinforced rubber air hose. This gauge is performance tested and calibrated to ANSI B40.1 international accuracy standards, ensuring quick and precise tire pressure readings on the large 2-inch dial.

MSRP: $29.99 USD

www.eatsleeprace.com

As seen in PASMAG #143 (Jun/Jul 2017)

Eat Sleep Race 60 PSI Tire Pressure Gauge PASMAG 02

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