|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 6 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||2343|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2343|
|OEM Part Number||2343|
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Auto Meter 2343 Autogage Mechanical Tire Pressure Gauge
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In Jan 2009, I bought two gauges: (a) Moroso 89560 ($40.04), an analog dial gauge, and (b) Accutire MS-5510B ($38.41), a digital dial gauge. I have separate reviews for these two units. Both are good units with a flexible hose attachment and a bleed valve. They are fine in the garage, and fit any tire, but are bulky to keep in a glove compartment if you want to check pressures when you're on the road (for example, if you suspect a leak). I just bought three compact units. All three are analog dial gauges: I don't want battery-powered units stashed away in a glove compartment (extreme high and low temps, and who wants a unit with a dead battery in an emergency?).
Same review posted for the following:
Milton (MIL) MILS902 $21.63
Professional Products (PP) 11101 $9.88
Auto Meter (AM) Auto gage 2343 $16.50
All five gauges have a range of 0 - 60 psi. My tires run from 28 - 35 psi. Main features to consider:
(1) Accuracy. Accuracy is specified with respect to a calibration source. Since I don't have a calibration source, I can't comment on accuracy.
(2) Resolution. (a) Accutire. Digital readout. 0.1 psi resolution. (b) Moroso. 2-1/2 in diam dial. Can estimate to nearest ½ psi. (c) MIL, PP, AM. 2 in diam dial. Can estimate to nearest 1 psi.
(3) Reproducibility. Repeated 6 readings for each gauge. Expected some air loss for each reading.Read more ›
I think a big plus for this gauge is accuracy. It's reading approx. 1.5 psi lower than my stick gauge did. Now, after that incident with the gauges that we went through my friend checked his gauges against the calibrated professional level gauge that one of his techs uses in the shop that is accurate to within .1 psi. When I compared this new Auto Meter gauge to one of his that he'd tested, we figured out the gauge is reading .2 psi lower than the calibrated professional gauge.
I used it on a Toyota Echo and a Subaru Forester. The cap fits easily onto both vehicles, and will fit onto almost any car with standard valve stems. It is very easy to get a good reading, even though the cap does not pivot. Because the pressure reading is held until you press the release button, it doesn't matter if you have to turn the dial away from you to make the cap fit the orientation.
I found this unit to be more accurate than the stick type analog tire gauges also. The readings on this correspond to those given by my air compressor.
Very study, heavy feel, but not sure how well it will stand up if dropped.
I'm sure this guage is very accurate as well.
Accurate and Easy to Read.
I just wish that this gauge had a rubberized cover to
protect it from the other item in my Tool Kit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are lots of tire gauge out there. Most are lousy and inaccurate. This one is easy to use and accurate as a tire gauge should.Published 22 days ago by flash gordon
I found this gauge to be very accurate but the hold pressure feature of it just recently stopped working. Still very accurate though.Published 1 month ago by Chunk
I used this for a summer of autocross and it was great, very easy to use and read. Very accurate as well! I'll definitely buy another if I break this one.Published 1 month ago by Giovanni
Works perfectly, just remember to hit the button to return to zero!Published 3 months ago by pondhopper