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Jaws tyre pressure caps

Discussion in 'Top tips and tricks' started by Ianf180, Nov 27, 2019.

  1. Ianf180

    Ianf180 Active Member Club Sponsor

    Not sure if this is in the right section, what a cheap, easy to use essential piece of kit I think this is, doesnt affect wheel balance and makes you focus on your pressures,
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  2. slim63

    slim63 Never surrender Club Sponsor

    :eek: Jaws actually sell those things ? :eek:

    I am surprised at that, cheap chinky shite that have been known to fail & let the tyre down, seriously do yourself a favour chuck them in the bin & buy yourself a decent pressure gauge then make a habit of using it
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  3. sr71caspar

    sr71caspar B̶a̶n̶n̶e̶d̶ Club Sponsor


    Those caps would be OK on something slow, like a petrol BMW, but I would never put them on. Especially not on a motorbike that is capable of more than 160mph.
  4. Ianf180

    Ianf180 Active Member Club Sponsor

    Mmm, came recommended, I asked the question over wheel balance, was reassured they were fine,
    Anyone else use / disagree with them ?
  5. ogr1

    ogr1 Sex Engineer Club Sponsor

    Yes, throw in bin, they are shite and can let your tyres down.
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  6. Cougar377

    Cougar377 Express elevator to hell Club Sponsor

    Also encourages you to give your tyres the once over while you're at it. (y)
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  7. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    I never had a problem with them on any of my bikes.
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  8. slim63

    slim63 Never surrender Club Sponsor

    Me either ............ but I'm not daft enough to put them on in the first place :p

    Think about it they are a poorly made & fragile bit of plastic that holds the valve open slightly to enable a reading it does not take much to have them leak & they are nowhere near accurate & they wont cover a decent range of pressures anyway so very pointless
  9. Lee337

    Lee337 Confused Poster Club Sponsor

    Agree, get rid of them. If they're light enough to not upset the wheel balance, then they're too flimsy to hold 42psi at legal speeds IMO. Wouldn't trust them.
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