Internet #100665848

Model #MP600000AV

Tire Inflation Gun with Gauge

  • 3 tools in 1; inflation gun, chuck, and gauge all in one item
  • Clip on design makes for convenient use
  • Includes a flexible hose to make reaching tire stems easier
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Product Overview

The Campbell Hausfeld tire inflator with gauge (MP600000AV) combines an inflating gun, air chuck and pressure gauge in one convenient unit that’s easy to use — even one handed. A clip on design enables hands-free use of the chuck while inflating tires; the pressure gauge accurately shows the amount of air in the tire from 10 – 150 PSI. If a tire has been overinflated, the built-in relief valve makes deflating easy. Includes a flexible hose to make reaching tire stems easier. Finish your projects faster and easier with Campbell Hausfeld - The Air Power Expert.
  • California residents
  • Inflation gun, chuck, and gauge are all combined in one easy to use unit
  • Clip on design enables hands-free chuck use
  • Built-in relief valve for reducing pressure in over-inflated tires
  • Includes flexible hose for easier use. Finish your projects faster and easier with Campbell Hausfeld - The Air Power Expert

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.4
Product Height (in.)
12.5
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Automotive Part Type
12 Volt Accessory Power Outlet
Increments (psi)
20
Maximum Pressure (psi)
150
Minimum pressure (psi)
10
On-Unit Display
Analog
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers

14Questions33Answers

The bleeder valve will decrease the pressure of what it is connected to or just the gauge?

Asked by Bill August 27, 2018
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It will bleed air from what it is connected too. The gauge does not hold air, it registers the air pressure being applied to it.

What size fitting is the inflator hose? I want to know if i can change it to accept a ball tire chuck or or dual foot

Asked by Serpentracer May 20, 2018
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This unit has a 1/4" fitting.

can you change tire inflation end to something other than the clip on style. Do you know the thread?

Asked by EE May 5, 2017
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The clip-on cannot be changed, it is solidly attached to the hose. The hose could possibly be switched, being that it’s made of some sort of flexible rubber. This hose appears to be the weakest point of construction because rubber can dry out becoming brittle.

Will this work with presta valves?

Asked by JB March 10, 2017
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No. You'll need an adapter to make it work with Presta Valves

IS IT STOCKED IN THE PLYMOUTH MA. STORE?

Asked by JACK November 14, 2016
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You will have to contact the store to check their stock.

Can it be attached to a husky air compressor pump?

Asked by luiss1 May 12, 2016
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Yes with the right size air hose or connector it will hook up to any compressor..

Does the gauge hold pressure after removal from the tire valve?

Asked by Manalive March 25, 2016
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yes

What is the % of accuracy on the gauge itself??

Asked by Rick December 4, 2015
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I inflated my tires to 30 psi on the inflation gun gage. When I check with my bourden tube gage, the reading was 32 psi. I have serviced my tires for years with the bourden tube gage and trust it. So based on that I would say, 2psi/30psi = 6.7 %. Every other inflator I looked at had at least a 5psi deviation, most had more. I like the fact that the error is high since over inflation is better than underinflation.

Hookup to 150 psi compressor?

Asked by LakeGuy September 28, 2015
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I don't know as the one I use goes to 125psi

Does Campbell Hausfeld make a 3/8" NPT available with a 10-150 PSI Gauge?

Asked by Ken September 5, 2015
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Answer

The MP6000 tire inflator only comes with a 1/4" NPT threaded inlet.

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Connection to tire valve doesn’t give good seal and air leaks
CH MP6000 The clip on connector to tire valve will not seal correctly. Must hold it on valve with small angle to get a seal which still is poor or else air leaks out and hard to pump up to pressure. If don’t hold it leaks a lot and is worthless. Will ask about a fix. May be O ring isn’t seating. I had Bought this to replace 10 yr old CH inflation gun whose hose was cracked. It’s connection to tire valve works, but new one has a design change.
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Greatly in tire inflation gun with gauge. Item very good...
Greatly in tire inflation gun with gauge. Item very good price. A+A+A+
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The gauge is accurate and easy to read....
The gauge is accurate and easy to read.
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It works but you have to push firmly on the tire valve to prevent air from leaking out. Doesn't s...
It works but you have to push firmly on the tire valve to prevent air from leaking out. Doesn't seal very well.
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Excellent product. I bought this because Campbell Hausfeld put their name on it. Solidly made an...
Excellent product. I bought this because Campbell Hausfeld put their name on it. Solidly made and works well. Gage about 2 psi high compared to my bourdon tube gage which I trust very much. The 2 psi is better than the reports I have read on several similar products.
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So far, It reads approximately 5 psi above the actual psi. Made in China I needed a tire gauge ...
So far, It reads approximately 5 psi above the actual psi. Made in China I needed a tire gauge with a flexible hose. Now that I have it, I will use it in combination with another tire gauge.
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Good so far, time will tell how it holds up....
Good so far, time will tell how it holds up. Have only used twice so far
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I was tired of pumping then checking and pumping again....
I was tired of pumping then checking and pumping again. This unit clamps on the valve and you hold/pulse the trigger until the desired pressure is reached. Simple.
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