192071 Dual Head Air Chuck

• Open type air chuck for tire gauges and inflators
• Makes tire valves more accessible with the two heads for easier access.
• To inner dual when valve is facing inward. Great for reaching into Dually trucks and other challenging angles
• Solid brass head, built to withstand the toughest home garage or shop use
• Maximum pressure rating of 150 psi
• Overall Length: 8”/ 200mm
• 1/4″ female NPT connection


Product Detail

192071 Dual Head Air Chuck

• Open type air chuck for tire gauges and inflators
• Makes tire valves more accessible with the two heads for easier access.
• To inner dual when valve is facing inward. Great for reaching into Dually trucks and other challenging angles
• Solid brass head, built to withstand the toughest home garage or shop use
• Maximum pressure rating of 150 psi
• Overall Length: 8”/ 200mm
• 1/4" female NPT connection

Benefits of Air Chucks

• Inflate tires. An air chuck’s sole purpose is to inflate tires. They fit over the valve stem and go to work. While that is a simple job, it’s essential because a tire without air is nothing more than a hunk of rubber.

• Adjust air pressure. Basic maintenance and performance driving of any kind requires you to monitor and adjust air pressure in your tires. Air chucks are essential to the process. If you need to make these adjustments while away from the shop, you should consider our guides to portable air compressors, small air compressors, portable tire inflators, and RV air compressors.

• Tackle miscellaneous tasks. Some air chucks come as part of a kit that allows you to do more than inflate tires. You can use them for filling up tires, sports equipment, and even cleaning up around the shop. If you’re just starting to build a collection, you certainly should consider these kits.

Psi Range

Like any air fitting, air chucks have a set pressure range that they can safely work with. If you're working in typical settings with a basic air compressor, you likely don't have to worry too much about this detail as most are perfectly viable. Still, it is wise to ensure the air compressor's pressure doesn't exceed the chuck's limits to prevent hazardous situations. Also, be considerate of the low end of the range. If you’re working with a long hose that has a wide diameter, you need to make sure it’s supplying enough pressure for the chuck to fill the tire.


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