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Orion Motor Tech AC Gauges, AC Manifold Gauge Set for R134a R12 R502 Refrigerant

Ac Gauge, 3 Way Car Ac Gauge Set, 5Ft Hoses Couplers, Self Seal Can Tap Freon Charge Kit

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What We Like

  • Suitable for measuring the system's pressure, evacuating and refilling coolant
  • Comes with a heavy-duty blow-molded carrying case that makes it easy to store and transport
  • Features 4 reinforced layers that help to work with daily pressure up to 600 psi

Disadvantages

  • Can tap valve may not function adequately at times

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We analyzed 4,987 reviews for 31 products in the Air Conditioning Manifolds category.

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Around 98% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

8.85 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Customer support
  • Easy to use
  • Accuracy
  • Build quality
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Sturdiness
  • Value for money
  • Easy to install
  • Easy to read
  • Common Questions

    Q:

    Is it possible to use this with small tanks they use for cars to add them to refrigerators?

    A:

    Yes. The small can can can be screw onto the upper left of the gauge in the picture.

    Q:

    Can't hose attach to my car, the low and high pressure valve has a inner tread, not an outer threaded nipple.

    A:

    The adapters are quick-connect, you would use them on the lower left and lower right.

    Q:

    Does this fit Fujitsu units?

    A:

    Should happen.

    Q:

    Will this work on the 2019 subaru outback?

    A:

    I'm pretty sure they would, but you might want to call a shop that specializes in foreign cars.

    Q:

    Will it be able to hook up to a large tank?

    A:

    You will still need the K type fitting if you are talking about the hundred pound tanks.

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