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Old 05-08-2008, 02:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The website claims they are accurate within 1 psi, but maybe they aren't as good as they claim. I wonder if anybody else has had some positive results with them, or are they just a complete waste of money?


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Originally Posted by PaleMelanesian View Post
Maybe if you got some in 50 psi and tried to keep it in the yellow zone for 44. Then again, I doubt they'd accept the liability of making these for pressure above the tire's sidewall.

They do make them all the way up to 40 psi. Perhaps they could help keep tires in the mid to upper thirties.

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