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    PSI

    What's a good compression guage to pick up and how much should expect to spend?


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    SNAP-ON about $260.00

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    Very similar to Snap-On with out the price.

    http://www.tooldesk.com/products/pro...l.aspx+id+1675

    It is made by Mityvac. http://www.tooldesk.com/products/pro...l.aspx+id+1675

    Has the replaceable valve cores too.

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    Believe it or not , the valve CORE plays a huge role, you have to get the TEFLON valve cores, (SNAP -ON) they keep the pressure consistant, throughout the life of the gauge,

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    Got mine at Sears and it's fantastic. Came as a kit with several extra connections & hoses. It was 59.99.

    here is the link directly to what i have.

    http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...seBVCookie=Yes
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    I use the Lisle Model # 20250....about 50.00



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    This is mine (Snappy),used for many years,it comes with extra "Teflon", valve cores, .I tested it before against others, and with the teflon cores the others read better also,
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    Quote Originally Posted by BULLRAIDER
    This is mine (Snappy),used for many years,it comes with extra "Teflon", valve cores, .I tested it before against others, and with the teflon cores the others read better also,
    The Snap-on is the best IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABBOTT
    Got mine at Sears and it's fantastic. Came as a kit with several extra connections & hoses. It was 59.99.

    here is the link directly to what i have.

    http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...seBVCookie=Yes

    Thanks guys, given my needs I'm going with Abbotts suggestion. It's a good deal for what I need!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO
    The Snap-on is the best IMO
    Yep, no doubt! but I'll use the thing about 10-15 times in two years. I'm sure the Craftsmam kit will give me the assurance that the ski is in the range I'm looking for.

    I will however be picking up a Snap-on touque wrech!

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