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Campbell Hausfeld MP6000 Tire Inflator with Gauge
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- Inflation gun, chuck, and gauge are all combined in one easy to use unit
- Clip-on design enables hands-free chuck use
- Built-in relief valve for reducing pressure in over-inflated tires
- Includes flexible hose for easier use
- Gauge has range of 10-150 psi
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Because routine pressure checks can help extend the life of your tires, investing in a tool like the MP6000 is a smart choice. Not only will the MP6000 help you save time and money, but it will also help protect the environment by optimizing your gas mileage, and it will even help make your vehicle safer to drive.
The MP6000 combines three different tools in one compact design: an inflation gun, chuck, and gauge, which has a range of 10 to 150 PSI. It clips on for hands-free chuck use, and it features a built-in relief valve for reducing pressure in over-inflated tires.
Incredibly Easy to Use: Just Position, Pull, and Fill
The MP6000 is exceptionally easy to use. Just position the chuck on the tire stem, pull the lever on the chuck, and fill. If you wish to keep a record of the pressure results, the gauge will keep the pressure rating when you remove the chuck from the stem, and then it will clear the reading when you touch the reset button.
About Campbell Hausfeld: Making it Easier to Do it Like a Pro!
Campbell Hausfeld makes it easier for you to finish your projects like a pro. The company's history of creating quality products began in 1836, when it manufactured horse-drawn wagons and agricultural equipment. Today, the company offers a complete line of air compressors, air tools and accessories, inflators, nailers and staplers, paint sprayers, pressure washers, and more. Finish your projects faster and easier with Campbell Hausfeld.
What's in the Box
MP6000 tire inflator with gauge and hose.
Top Customer Reviews
I was ready to send the unit back for a refund- when I noticed you could take the tire chuck apart, so with nothing to loose I disassembled it by simply unscrewing the clip-on piece from the threaded hose end. Inside the chuck was only one part... a 3/16" thick soft white silicone washer that was responsible for sealing the chuck to the valve stem while filling the tire. It was also the part that was preventing the chuck from fully sitting down far enough on the tire's valve stem to push open the tire's pin valve. So, I used a utility knife and shaved about 1/16" off the washer so instead of being 3/16" thick, now it was 1/8" thick. I put the modified washer (with cut side sitting against the brass chuck base not outward towards the tire valve- for better sealing), screwed the chuck back onto the threaded hose end and gave it a try out on my car.
Well, now the chuck clipped onto the valve stem very securely and instantly/correctly operated the tire's pin valve showing me the tire's pressure and allowing me to fill it to the correct pressure with just one hand.
So a two min fix with a utility knife/razor blade fixes the tire chuck problem... permanently!
As to the accuracy of the built in gauge... it exactly matched my Joe's Racing Garage (known for their accuracy) analog gauge... both showed my tires at 37PSI. I filled them up to 40 PSI and both gauges agreed once again.
If you fix the chuck, this inflator's a steal because it's all metal and good quality.. if you don't... it's worthless.
So I converted this for about $10 to presta for bike tires. Lots of bike shops use the Air Bob inflator or the new Park Tool Shop Inflator. These are expensive. Here's what you do: buy this, and buy the Air Bob replacement head (google it, and you'll see several places that sell it for about $9 - your local shop can also get it for you). You cut off the schrader end and insert the air bob head, which comes with a hose clamp. There's only one bit of rigging you'll have to do: the male fitting on the Air Bob is too small for the hose of this inflator. You need a snug, air-tight fit of course. I went to the hardware store and bought a foot of 1/4" OD / 0.17" (or 3/16" would work) ID vinyl tubing. This had an inner diameter that fit around the Air Bob head, and an outer diameter that fit in the inflator hose. This functioned as a shim. Tightened down the hose clamp and it was perfect!
I verified the pressure with my SKS Gauge at 30 PSI and 70 PSI, and it was 3 PSI high both times. Since I believe the SKS is a little low, I consider this perfect! (Plus, as long as the gauge is consistent that's all that matters - you just don't want it to be high by 2 PSI here, and low by 10 PSI there, etc.)
(If you want to try this and have questions, leave a comment.)
This thing was so easy to use, all I had to do is put the chuck on the tire stem and pull the lever on the chuck and I was ready to pump air pressure into the tire. I like the guage on this thing cause it tells me how much pressure is in the tire in real time! The guage will keep the pressure reading if you pull the chuck off the stem so if you want to write the pressure reading down on a piece of paper, then you can press a button on it to reset the guage!
It works really well and I am impressed with it, seems heavy duty and will last a long time! I think it was money well spent, just make sure you have the right fitting to attach it to your air compressor!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my favorite attachment for my air compressor. What is particularly handy is the clip on the end of the inflation hose which locks on the tire nozzle. Read morePublished 12 hours ago by HiRichRules
this item really works saves me time to go looking for air for my tires that I have to pay $ 1 dollar for can u imagine for air !!Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
After having this, I can't believe I didn't get something like it sooner. It's super easy to use. I quick connect it to my compressor air hose when putting air in everything now -... Read morePublished 3 days ago by HB