Having an accurate tire gauge like the ones made by Longacre is a must for reading and setting the correct tire pressure. Summit Racing carries Longacre analog and digital tire gauges from basic to pro level, including these:
Standard Analog Tire Gauges
Just because Longacre calls these ‘standard’ doesn’t mean cheap. They have an internal gauge damper for accurate readings and longer life, an air release button, two inch diameter dials with a glow-in-the-dark face for easy low-light viewing, a flexible 14 inch long hose with an angle chuck installed, and a ball chuck. Your choice of 0-15 PSI, 0-30 PSI, and 0-60 PSI versions.
Digital Tire Gauges
Longacre Digital Tire Gauges are very accurate and super easy to read—really important when you’re making tire pressure changes at the track. Most read to 1/10th of a pound and have an air pressure release button, a bleed valve, flexible hose with attached angle chuck, a ball chuck, and a rubber gauge bumper. Many gauges are backlit and have an auto-off function to save the battery.
Choices range from a basic tire gauge to pro-level gauges with quick-fill valves, dual bleed buttons for even faster pressure setting at lower levels, and temperature compensation and pyrometer modes.
Magnum Tire Gauges
Magnum Tire Gauges have an extra-large 3.5 inch diameter dial with a glow-in-the-dark face so you never miss a pressure reading. The gauges hold the pressure reading until you release it, and have dual air pressure release buttons for faster pressure setting. Other features include an internal gauge damper for more consistent, accurate readings, a 17 inch long hose with a swivel angle chuck installed, and a hard storage case. Your choice of 0-15 PSI, 0-30 PSI, 0-40 PSI, and 0-60 PSI versions.
Pro Precision Tire Gauge
The Pro Precision Tire Gauge has an even bigger dial—4.5 inches—than the Magnums, and is accurate to 1/2 percent. It has a glow-in-the-dark face, pressure reading hold feature, dual air pressure release buttons, and an internal gauge damper, plus a 17 inch long hose with a swivel angle chuck installed, a ball chuck, and a hard storage case. The Pro Precision reads from 0 to 60 PSI.