Blister Card or Plastic box or Plastic box first then on blister card
1. 2" gauge with angle chuck
2. Needle holds reading until released by pressing button
3. plastic box or blister card
Dial gauge ·2" gauge with angle chuck
·Brass stem with zinc coating
·Drawn steel case with friction ring and acrylic lens
·Needle holds reading until released by pressing button ·Pressure range: 0-60 psi
Tip: Scales selection (bar, Kpa, Kg/cm2, psi)
SCALE UNIT CONVERSION TABLE 1 BAR=100KPA
Properly inflated tires:
can improve gas mileage up to 10%
improve car handling.
How to use
Determine the proper pressure for your tires by checking the owner’s manual or driver’s side door jamb placard.
Check tire pressure before driving when tires are cold.
Press chuck onto the tire stem.
The air pressure of your tire will be displayed.
For accuracy, check pressure when tires are cold. Pressure increases with heat. Tires can lose one pound per month under normal conditions. Proper tire pressure improves gas mileage, handling, braking and durability.
To avoid the possibility of eye injury, eye protection must be worn when using this gauge.
Do not exceed maximum pressure on gauge.
Dropping or severe jarring may impair accuracy of gauge.