Where to buy Tire Gauge

The answer is very simple, right here on our tire gauge website . But if you want to know other places to buy tire pressure gauges, here are the most important online and offline places.

Where to buy Tire Gauge

Best Tire Pressure Gauge Buying Guide – Consumer Reports

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Amazon.com: Tire Gauges – Tire & Wheel Tools: Automotive

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Best Tire Gauge Parts for Cars, Trucks & SUVs – AutoZone

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Tire Pressure Gauges – Tires & Tire Care – Automotive

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Tire Gauge : car maintenance : Target

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Tire Pressure Gauges – Walmart

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Living Solutions tire gauge Silver | Walgreens

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Buy Tire Pressure Gauge at Advance Auto Parts

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How to Check Tire Pressure

Need visual know how of how to read a tire gauge calibration  measurements? Or maybe what do the numbers mean?

Pounds per square inch (PSI), its how much air pressure your putting in your tires, look at where your door opens where the date and origin of manufacture stickers are and it will tell you the recommendations for your tires,

Only use the type of pressure gauge that has the arrow on it, the ones that look like ballpoint pens arent accurate. If your tires take 33 psi for example, you will put air in your tires with an air compressor for a while, then check the pressure with the gauge if you have put in too much you can let out air by halfway inserting the gauge.

Will bending the tire nipple cause the pressure gauge to read higher?

I have this hub cap that conceals the tire nipple. In order to get at it, I have to bend the nipple to one side to get around one of the spokes on the hub cap. Will this effect a pressure reading with a tire gauge? I have it pumped up to the appropriate pressure, but it still looks low. I can’t take the hub cap off unless I take all the lugs off.

I Can’t Get it Read the Michelin Tires on my CRV

One of our customers made a very helpful review on the

Accutire MS 4350B Programmable Digital Tire Gauge

and I believe that are more customers having this problem. So here is the review for you to read.


October 2, 2009
The gauge is a very accurate gauge but I had problems getting it to register pressure on some tires. I couldn’t get it to read on some of my car tires, no matter what. Some reviewers have indicated they must press really hard to get a reading. One or two have suggested adding an O-ring. This got me thinking. I noticed the valve stem on the tires it wouldn’t read were slightly shorter and narrower than the valve stems on the tires it would easily read. The black shaft on the gauge appears to function as a tire valve stem depressor which pushes in the stem thus releasing pressure to get a reading. Using a needle nose plier I pulled out the black shaft on the gauge. I also very slightly reduced the diameter of this shaft (it is hollow and rolled) to accommodate the slightly narrower stems on the Michelin tires. And wallah! Now the gauge easily reads all of my tires! Now that the shaft is moved out enough I can also release tire pressure to easily attain proper pressure if one over shoots.

The gauge is accurate and now, easy to use. I have not experienced any sealing issues either. At 12.99, this is an excellent purchase for maintaining proper tire pressure. Manufacturer’s specifications are the problem but any customer can modify this cheap gauge to make it work. It’s worth it!

I highly recommend it.