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Someone posted a few weeks back that the Roadgear Hi-Tec Digital Tire Gauge ($23.90 + shipping) was also sold at Sears under the brand name "Accugauge". Well, I can confirm. Went up there yesterday. Regular Sears price is $14.99, BUT, it's on sale till the 24th (at least here in the Midwest stores) for only $8.99!

This gauge is the best I have used, and for $8.99 it's a hell of a deal. I bought 3 just to have them in all vehicles. Hope this doesn't sound like spam (I don't work for Sears or Accugauge), but I thought it was a great deal that someone else would appreciate.
 

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Thanks for the info, I'm using an analog accugauge right now and this is a good deal on a digital. Plus, for track days I want to make sure I get the pressure right and its good to have a back up gauge to confirm the measurements taken by the first one. Otherwise, how do you ever know if your gauge is accurate or not? If the measurements are the same with both your probably ok. If not, then the accuracy of one or both is in question.


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or maybe the person using the gauge doesn't know how, and even though u get 2 same readings, they can be off...

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