Motion Pro Professional Tire Pressure Gauge 2 1/2" 0-30 Psi

  • Pressure range of 0-30 psi is ideal for checking off road motorcycle tires
  • High quality liquid filled 2 1/2" dial gauge with protective rubber boot
  • Accurate to plus/minus 1.5 percent of maximum gauge reading
  • Blue anodized 6061-T6 body with pressure relief valve
  • High pressure hose with dual swivels and brass ball type air chuck
  • Two year limited warranty

Part No. 08-0258


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The motion pro tire guage is somewhat of a status symbol. It definately gets second looks, and if you are an owner people know you don't play games. Besides i don't think i'll have another tire guage nearly this long. It definately won't get lost, and it looks tough enough to last a long, long time!
by tanner on March 9, 2008

Gauge it!
I like the bleeder valve to make precise adjustments and it's pretty rugged.
by Max on September 25, 2008

Motion Pro Professional Tire Pressure Gauge 2.5" 0
In professional motorcycle road racing, the air pressure in our tires is one of the most looked at and important tuning adjustments we make. On any given day, we may check the pressure in each tire 10-20 times depending on what we are trying to accomplish. We need a pressure gauge that is quick to use, dependable, highly accurate and quick to make adjustments. Motion Pro's Tire Pressure Gauge is tough and built well, without being excessive. Its ergonomics are great and there is a easy to reach button to let air out while still monitoring the pressure. The flexible hose makes it easy to reach valves of all types in tight spaces.
by Gerry Signorelli on November 20, 2013

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