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ROADGEAR'S READY-TO-GO HI-TEC DIGITAL TIRE GAUGE

submitted by FrogBiker

Ready-To-Go Hi-Tec Digital Tire Gauge
Photo courtesy of RoadGear.com

We all know we should check our tire pressure regularly for both safety and tire wear. You can easily pick up a cheap tire gauge most anywhere, discount stores, auto parts houses, even drugstores.

So why should you get RoadGear's Ready-To-Go Hi-Tec Digital Tire Gauge? Because it's designed for motorcycle tires, not automobile tires.

Have you ever had trouble getting your gauge to sit level so you can get an accurate reading? Got spoked (laced) wheels? Dual brakes? Large hands? These are just a few of the things that can make it difficult to get your regular tire gauge

Most tire gauges have slanted heads - don't believe it? Get yours out and take a look-see. The straight head on the Ready-To-Go Hi-Tec Digital Tire Gauge makes it easier to fit into tight spots and get a good reading.

The first time I used the new gauge, it didn't give it enough pressure, maybe because it's so lightweight. Once I realized how much pressure I needed it was a breeze. The digital display is easy to read - the battery is lithium and said to last five years.

Bonus - the back end offers a little gauge to check your tread depth on your tires.

All in all, a better than average tire gauge with a nice carrying case. Great gift for that biker that has everything! Learn more and order this product HERE.

Thanks to FrogBiker for submitting this personal review. Froggi has been riding since 2002, but it seems like only yesterday she was learning. Her current ride is a 2011 HD® SuperLow Sportster.

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