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Moroso 89570 Tire Pressure Gauge 0-100LB PSI - 2-5/8" Face - Dial Type

3.8 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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  • 0-100 psi
  • 2-5/8" diameter dial face
  • 15-1/2" hose with a finger operated air-bleed valve
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Technical Details

Brand Moroso
Item Weight 13.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 18 x 3 x 3 inches
Item model number 89570
Manufacturer Part Number 89570
OEM Part Number 89570
ABPA Partslink Number 89570

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ASIN B000COO1UE
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3.8 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #312,873 in Automotive (See top 100)
#132 in Automotive > Performance Parts & Accessories > Ignition & Electrical > Gauges > Gauge Sets
#812 in Automotive > Interior Accessories > Gauges > Gauge Sets
#11,624 in Automotive > Replacement Parts > Lighting & Electrical > Electrical
Shipping Weight 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available November 23, 2005

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Product Description

Moroso tire gauges are the air pressure gauge of choice for racers worldwide. Each Moroso tire pressure gauge is individually calibrated for accuracy within 2%. The dial face is easy to read, while the hardened swivel chuck rotates 360° for positive valve stem attachment. And the finger operated air-bleed valve allows you to release pressure quickly for precise settings and to get you back on the track and staged for your next lap.

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I have the Moroso 89560 (0-60 psi) gauge, which is fine for my day-to-day needs (regular auto tires, 30-35 psi). My compact spares, however, operate at 60 psi. Since you can damage a gauge by exposing it to excessive pressures, I wanted a gauge with a higher range. The compact spare pressure doesn't need to be spot on, and I didn't want to shell out $40, so I bought a $16 unit. I had to return it for a leaky valve and noxious fumes. I looked at other gauges for <$20, and their reviews expressed similar complaints (I suspect several of the gauges are the same, just branded and packaged differently.). So I've reluctantly shelled out $40. I have a separate review on the model 89560. Here are some additional comments.

(1) Range. The 89560 reads from 0-60 psi. Tick marks are in 1 psi increments. Moroso gauges have slightly larger faces (~2-1/4" diam reading area) than most gauges (~1-7/8" diam reading area); you can estimate readings to the nearest 1/2 psi. The 89570 reads from 0-100 psi. Tick marks are in 2 psi increments; you can estimate readings to the nearest 1 psi. Many high pressure gauges range from 0 to 120, 150, or 160 psi. With the larger ranges and smaller dials, you can estimate only to the nearest 2 psi or so.

(2) Comparison of readings. I compared the Morosos 89560 and 89570 and Accutire MS-5510B (digital gauge) for pressures in the ~30 psi range. All three read within 1 psi of each other. The 89570 works well as a backup gauge for regular auto tires.

(3) Construction quality. The mechanical construction of the 89560 and 89570 are the same. Hose, bleed valve, and fittings are heavy-duty industrial grade. In the 89560,the hose was too stiff and the socket was too tight in the beginning (got better with use).
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By Mike in Atl on February 22, 2013
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Got really tired of inaccurate stick gauges, and TP warning lights. Also, wifes car needs 37 lb, my truck needs 75 front, 80 rear, that meant 2 gauges, - not any more. This works great, just fill a little over presure, and drain down to dead on with the pressure release button.
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I was looking for a tire gauge I could use on my motorcycle. This one has no problem reaching between spokes.

Some things I've noticed right away. This thing is HUGE, no doubt about it, you're not going to be putting this in your pocket, coat pocket or even small bag. Make sure you have room for it.

The gauge itself is a bit flimsy. As they say, get the cover.

The fittings are high quality and overall it is very accurate. I you need to be very precise, I've found this to be a very good choice.

There is a bleeder valve on the line, I find the best thing to do is over inflate, and then use the bleeder valve to get to the right pressure. With a bit of practice you'll be right on every time.

Only 3 stars, because as others have said, the case is a bit flimsy, something I wouldn't expect from Moroso.
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By TomG on March 26, 2013
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While the quality is obvious, it's not the best gauge for all purposes. It is a good gauge for car and truck tires, but it is a bit clumsy for my motorcycle tires. I can't even fit on the valve of my rear motorcycle tire. Would have given it 5 stars if it were more versatile.

Update: May 25, 2015 Went to use this gauge for about the 10th time since I bought it and it no longer returns to 0 and is off by 15-20 lbs. Not good for a gauge this expensive.
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I decided to step up to what I thought was a quality gauge, based on the brand and price. I installed the rubber protective cover and used the gauge for about a year for my truck and RV. I dropped it while checking tire pressure and the needle maxed out and froze. Could not get the needle to move. Broke after one drop, forget it. I have a Wal Mart $5 pencil gauge and it lived in my truck tool box for 3 years. It still works and is accurate, and I hate Wal Mart.
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Worked a few times okay, then started showing inaccurate readings. Checked it against two other gauges and it was about 10 psi low. Used on 80 psi 10 ply. I even bought the cover and never dropped it. Would not buy again!
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You shouldn't have to buy the protective case. It really is a joke without it. It wouldn't last long at all. They should charge a little more and just send it with it one instead of making the customer put it on. It appears to be very accurate though. My SUV take 50 psi, and that was close to the damaging range on my Joe's racing gauge (which I think is perfect), so I got this to hit the most accurate mid range with my SUV psi.
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This is a 0-100psi pressure gauge that will work well for car tires and higher pressure bicycle tires. The hose extension is really nice feature. The end that you press on to the tire stem works very well and does not leak.

It would be nice if the gauge held the pressure reading after it was removed from the tire stem. But, since you have a hose extension, you can easily read the gauge while it is pressured up on the tire.

I also bought the rubber protector that encases the gauge. I think this is a must since the gauge dial doesn't appear to be real solid.

A nice feature is that it has a bleed button. You can use this if you overpressure your tire by a few psi.

I compared the readings from this gauge with a couple accu-rite gauges I own. The readings were very close and certainly accurate enough for tire pressure.

Overall a good gauge, accurate, and easy to read.
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