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Old 01-24-2013, 07:15 PM   #61
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are you serious about the bike pump? I mean honestly it sounds like it could work for a motorcycle. I'm actually considering buying one. seriously...
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:24 PM   #62
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are you serious about the bike pump? I mean honestly it sounds like it could work for a motorcycle. I'm actually considering buying one. seriously...
Yes I'm serious. They work great. Plus you can check your tire pressure when the tires are truly cold
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idk which gauge to go off.. I have two like mini gauges, ones from the company slime i bought it from walmart brand new for like $3 and this other free one from snickers haha and then the gauge off the gas station air compressor. I've taken the snickers one out the equation. I'll buy a tire pump from walmart though.
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are you serious about the bike pump? I mean honestly it sounds like it could work for a motorcycle. I'm actually considering buying one. seriously...
I do it all the time mate. it works!
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idk which gauge to go off.. I have two like mini gauges, ones from the company slime i bought it from walmart brand new for like $3 and this other free one from snickers haha and then the gauge off the gas station air compressor. I've taken the snickers one out the equation. I'll buy a tire pump from walmart though.
Buy a good pencil gauge, not a cheap one. They're not that expensive anyway, like around $6
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Buy a good pencil gauge, not a cheap one. They're not that expensive anyway, like around $6
+1. I've got dial gauges and such, but none of them hold their accuracy worth a darn. A good pencil gauge stays accurate year after year. Sometimes simple does make better.
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