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    Air gauge

    after getting home from NVE,(had a great time by the way ). I went to use the very nice air gauge and it leaks out of the hose. Who would I talk to to possible get it replaced? I am hoping there are still a few extras laying around.
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    Contact Sandi White at sandi.white@driveviper.com


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    I want to extend my thanks to Sandi and her husband for getting me a replacement very quickly. Great people, no doubt.
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    speaking of the gauge. Not sure how many of you actually are using it , but if you do, you may want to check accuracy.
    I checked mine against 3 other gauges of which 2 were digital (if that matters) and found it to be 3 psi off on the high side.
    i.e. at 30 psi, gauge was showing 33, i.e again 10% off.
    I think most gauges fall within the 4-5%+/- accuracy.
    With so many posts I've seen over the years with inquiries regarding tire pressure for street, track, strip, manufacture, etc, it's obviously a concern even if 1-2 psi.
    So, if you think you have 29 psi in your tires, you may only have 26-27 if using this gauge.
    Other than that, it looks good (not sure if you'd need a gauge up to 160 psi?) and the hose length is good, storage pouch is nice too.
    This post is for no other reason but for information, not a personal review.
    If anyone knows a way to set/modify this for calibration purposes, please share.
    -chip
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