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Quickcar Digital Tire Gauge Air Pressure Guage Imca Circle Track Dirt Racing Ump on

US $39.95

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States

Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:QRP 56-070 Surface Finish:0-100 PSI Part Brand:Quickcar Brand:QuickCar UPC:Does Not Apply

  • QuickCar Economy Digital Tire Pressure Gauge
  • 0-100 PSI
  • Automatic zero
  • Measure is half pounds
  • Whip Hose with Bleeder for faster pressure adjustments
  • 45 degree chuck
  • Auto-off for long battery life
  • Bryke Racing Part# QRP56-070

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