Last post on Jan 08, 2012 at 9:30 AM
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#74 of 77 Re: Digital are getting cheap! [tireman9]
May 10, 2010 (3:35 am)
I agree 100%, but I hope you realize you are responding to a post that is almost 4 years old.
BTW, we have a lot in common. Would love to talk to you. Contact me at www.barrystiretech.com.
#75 of 77 Re: Tire Gauge Accuracy Part 3 [dchopp]
Mar 08, 2011 (7:55 am)
There are a lot of Acutire Gauges, more then 1 backlit. Do you remeber the model number?
#76 of 77 Accutire gauge I use
Mar 08, 2011 (8:59 am)
Accutire MS-4021B Standard Digital Tire Gauge
Currently <$9 at Amazon
#77 of 77 Re: Tire Gauge Accuracy Part 3 [dchopp]
Jan 08, 2012 (9:30 am)
Thanks. Very helpful. I was checking tire pressure on my wife's car yesterday and automatically grabbed the old stick gauge. 32 lbs in each tire. When i started the car back up, I cross-checked with the Impala's own built-in digital tire pressure checker. It read 35 lbs in each tire. A couple of years ago my wife bought me a Victor Talking Digital Tire Gauge. It's been in a toolbox in the barn ever since, and I forgot I had it. I think it is a V-871, but cannot find the directions. 'came with a nice leather case. When I found it and couldn't remember why I had not been using it, I pulled it out and pressed the button to turn it on -- nothing happened. Nothing on the LCD display. I brought it in the house to replace batteries. 5 tiny Phillips screws hold the back on. So, I decided research it a bit online. I found mention of digital gauges that have non-replaceable batteries. Not having access to directions I decided to not waste time until I found out if they are replaceable. This morning, I pressed the red power button one more time and the LCD display came on. Can you suggest a place to download directions for this thing? Who owns Victor? Do they have a website with customer support?