Mechanical Series Black Analog 200 PSI Dual & Single Needle Air Pressure Gauges

Posted by Matt P. on Apr 12, 2021

Mechanical Series Black Analog Pressure Gauges
  • Mechanical Air Pressure Gauges
  • 2-1/16" (52mm)
  • Black Gauge Dial
  • Chrome Body
  • White LEDs
  • Red Needle
  • Power Harness Attached
  • Readings From 0 to 200 PSI

If you’re looking for a simple gauge with a clean look that gets the job done when you want to monitor one or more aftermarket air pressure systems at the same time, then have we got the air pressure gauges for you..

Our Mechanical Series Black Analog 200 PSI Dual Needle Air Pressure Gauge and Mechanical Series Black Analog 200 PSI Single Needle Air Pressure Gauge were made for anyone who air rides or has air brakes, air bags or an air horn installed. You’ll be able to keep an eye on one reading or two readings simultaneously, ensuring that air pressure levels are where they should be so you’ll know when to add or drop pressure.

These are analog mechanical air pressure gauges with a black gauge dial, magnified clear lens, and a single red needle or dual red and green needles depending on which version you go with. As part of our Mechanical Series the design features a chrome body and bright white LEDs that make these gauges look great inside of any vehicle. There’s also a dimming feature that reduces brightness 30% when you’re driving at night.

Gauges don’t get much easier to use and you’ll still have access to extremely accurate air pressure readings. These analog gauges tend to be less expensive than their digital counterparts too. Installation’s pretty straightforward: run airlines to the air systems, connect the wiring harness to the fuse box, and you’re good to go.

With our single and dual needle air pressure gauges, you’ll know when to adjust the pressure of your air suspension system based on changing road conditions, when to check your air brakes for any leaks, when to add higher or lower pressure for your air horn, and much more. Install these functional, easy-to-use gauges that deliver high performance and start taking air pressure readings on one or multiple systems in your car or truck.