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ProTool Pressure Gauge 180psi Max

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  • Plastic Gauge Cover with painted metal 2in housing
  • Suitable for Air, Water, Oil
  • Back of Guage Mount 1/4in fitting

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Item #: 150-0395  UPC : 00669893017337  MPN : 180PSI Guage



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Pressure Gauge 2in Face 180PSI


Range: 0-100psi Thread: 1/4 in, 

Outer diameter: 2in.

Metal Housing with brass internals, Plastic Sight Cover.

This pressure gauge offer stable performance for measuring air, water


  • Material: Painted Metal Housing with Brass internals and Plactic Sight Cover
  • Size: approx 2in x 2in x 2.7in high
  • Thread: 1/4 in
  • Outer diameter: 2in
  • Range: 0-180psi

Package Includes: 1 x  Pressure Gauge

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