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|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-16-2012 11:00 AM|
|MMosso||Showing up as 4.99???|
|10-15-2012 04:10 PM|
I will let you know if they explode and kill me and that bus full of children in the lane next to me.
|10-14-2012 07:51 PM|
|10-14-2012 03:49 PM|
Your advice is wrong and bad and you should feel bad.
As tires get older, they're more likely to fail as ever-present defects in the tire get worn on.
The first 45k may have gone without a hitch, but you're running a higher risk than needed of having your tires fail on you; or the family in the car next to you. They're rated MAX for a reason; and it's not so you can pump 33% more pressure into them then act like you're some pascal badass on the internet.
|10-14-2012 02:21 PM|
|freek||Got a cancellation email.|
|10-14-2012 01:42 PM|
|Tech.||note.. at my store I had to pick this up at the auto center not the regular sears merchandise area (as I noticed when I got home it was also in the email)|
|10-14-2012 12:47 PM|
|10-14-2012 12:45 PM|
|10-14-2012 12:34 PM|
|cgigate||I have couple free tire gauge from Toyota.|
|10-14-2012 11:07 AM|
|10-14-2012 10:17 AM|
Hey speaking of craftsman and air,
Anyone know about the c3 inflator's warranty? That thing is my number one thing I own period.
But, the nozzle doesn't grip after a while.
Any thoughts on if they replace or sell the hose nozzle alone.
Great gauge btw I use it with the inflator above, as a double check.
|10-14-2012 09:20 AM|
|10-14-2012 09:18 AM|
|10-14-2012 09:16 AM|
|DavidP18||Showing as $4.99 for me...|
|10-14-2012 05:55 AM|
Before I bought an air compressor which I keep in my trunk to put air in my tires, I depended on gas stations which offered free air after buying gas. The problem with this is that I drove for 20 minutes and my tires and aluminum wheels are hot, so it's hard to measure the cold tire PSI. So I came up with an idea:
1. Drive to gas station and put air in tires. Tire/rim will be hot, so PSI will not be accurate.
2. Quickly drive home.
3. Let your tire cool down
4. Use a mechanical gauge (like what Sears is selling here) to DEFLATE your tire to the correct cold PSI.
For me, this is the only way to go to the public place for air, and still get the right cold PSI value for my tires. EVERY TIRE HAS A MAXIMUM PSI AIR PRESSURE RATING WRITTEN ON IT. Never go beyond that value.
Edit: By the way, the advantage of the original post's mechanical gauge is that it does not require a battery like digital ones. Digital gauges require a complex series of button batteries --- I would rather they use AAA batteries.
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