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Shop Tuff Deluxe Digital Tire Inflator/Gauge

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Designed for and used by automotive specialists, this quality inflator features high inflation and deflation rates, a large digital readout illuminated by an internal light and a large easy-to-use handle for convenient inflating and deflating. Pressure PSI 175, Hose Length ft. 2, Application Tire inflator. 21in. rubber hose with clip-on air chuck Low battery indicator Anti-shock rubber housing 1/4in. NPT inlet 175 PSI max. pressure
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Questions & Answers for Shop Tuff Deluxe Digital Tire Inflator/Gauge

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How do you change battery, that is how do you get to the battery? Thank you Clint

asked 1 year ago
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CAFO
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answer 1
Staff Answer
To change the battery you would remove the cover on the back of the gauge with a cross head screwdriver, open with flat head screwdriver, change battery and replace cover.
answered 1 year ago
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ProductExpert30
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can you check the existing tire pressure using this? is there a sound when the desired psi is achieved?

asked 2 years, 7 months ago
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dig4life
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answer 1
Staff Answer
You can check existing tire pressure using the Shop Tuff Deluxe Inflator/Gauge. It would not emit any sound when desired pressure is reached; you would simply need to follow the display and release the lever when desired pressure is achieved.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
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answer 2
Yes, you can check the existing pressure. You can also reduce the tire's pressure by squeezing the handle. There is no audible signal, however.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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raj66
 - Virginia
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answer 3
Yes, you can even check the pressure without hooking the gauge to an air hose.
It makes no sounds but the digital readout is very easy to see.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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Willie57
 - Corvallis, Montana
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answer 4
can you check the existing tire pressure using this?
[YES - as soon as you connect the chuck it will read the current pressure]

is there a sound when the desired psi is achieved?
[NO - you hold the handle down all the way until it registers the desired pressure. Press the lever half way to let air out.]
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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swak1001
 - concord, MA
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answer 5
The existing tire pressure is displayed when the "trigger" handle is partially squeezed. Squeeze more and inflation begins. There is no chime. Just add and check. Repeat as needed.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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missouriflyfish
 - Elsberry, MO
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answer 6
Yes you can use it as a gauge without an air hose hooked to the unit, but there is no sound. The reading only takes about a second so I don't mind not having a beep.

Enjoy
answered 7 months ago
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Romida
 - Orlando, FL
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