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Tire Clearance Event Plus, an additional 20% Off Select Tires
Receive an Additional 20% Off Select Tires with your online order with promo code: ROLLOUT20 when scheduled for installation on PepBoys.com and installation is completed between 7/19/16 through 7/31/16. Not valid in combination with any other discounts or promotions. This is an online only offer and cannot be purchased in stores. Valid on select in stock tires only, those tires for which discount is available will be identified in search results and product detail pages. All other tires and special order tires are excluded from this offer.


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Slime 5-60 psi Mini Dial Gauge w/ Bleeder Valve

Part # 20048   SKU: 166542
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Slime 5-60 psi Mini Dial Gauge w/ Bleeder Valve

Properly inflated tires save you money. Maintaining proper tire pressure reduces fuel consumption and maximizes tire life. Best of all the process is simple. Just check tire pressure monthly and air up low tires.
  • Dial Gauge, 5-60psi
  • Features a Pressure Release Button for Quick Adjustments
  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • Carries the Slime Satisfaction Guarantee


166542

Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not very accurate My vehicle has an accurate TPMS which I have verified with a good digital pressure gauge. I bought the Slime gauge to take off-road since I don't want to lose my digital gauge. I expected it to be accurate, but no matter how hard I try, the TPMS shows each tire is off by at least 2 psi of what the gauge reads. And yes, I do account for the time needed for the TPMS to re-calibate with the new psi reading. That's not bad for the drive home but I then need to correct the pressure with my good gauge when I do get home. I do like the pressure release button, though. It allows me to slightly over-inflate my tires when airing up and then fairly quickly air them down to a proper psi while the next tire is inflating. I cannot comment on durability since I've only used it 3 times. June 23, 2015
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