Valve Stem Caps
Tire Pressure Indicators
TireCheck is a valve cap that indicates tire pressure on virtually
all cars, SUVs, light trucks, and motorcycles. Since they replace your
existing standard valve caps, you don't have to fumble for a gauge or
even bend over to check your tire pressure! One size fits all vehicles
and provides accurate readings that will register a pressure loss of 2-3
psi or more. TireCheck also helps enhance road handling, increase fuel
economy, and extend tire life by keeping you constantly updated on the
status of your tire pressure. By Kleen Wheels.
- See at a glance
when tires need air; all green, good to go—see some red, check your
- Properly inflated
tires run cooler and smoother for better fuel economy
- Work by detecting
drop in original pressure
TireCheck™ fits all standard
automotive valve stems — handle pressure range of 20-42 psi. Helps you
maintain proper inflation so tires can run cooler for better fuel
economy, less wear on tire itself. Here's how they work: Inflate each
tire to the correct pressure. Screw TireCheck™ tightly (VERY tightly)
onto the tire valve stem by hand. After driving for a few miles, the
indicator will become fully operational and the green indicator will
show clearly. If a tire loses pressure by approximately 2-3 psi or more,
a red indicator flag will show above the green. Make sure to use an
accurate pressure gauge. Set of 4. Lifetime warranty.
- Replaces existing standard valve caps
- One size fits all - 20-42 psi
- Red indicator show pressure loss of 2-3 psi or more
- Enhances road handling, increases economy, extends tire life
- Sold in sets of four (4)
How Will I Know When My Tire Pressure Drops?
When you're good to go, the indicator in the clear plastic-sight glass
will be entirely green.
However, if tire pressure drops 2-3 psi, a red indicator will appear,
letting you know
to check up on your tires.
Why Use TireCheck?
Tire pressure conditions are a vital safety factor in reducing accidents
and casualties. Recent attention to the importance of proper tire
pressure have subsequently lead to laws requiring new vehicles to be
equipped with tire pressure monitors.