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  1. #131
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    I have the testo 557 and would never spend that much money on gauges again.

    I don't like them so much that I am putting them on craigs list. I just bought the fieldpiece ST4, Dual-Temperature Meter, and will use a normal set of gauges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY2GA01 View Post
    I have the testo 557 and would never spend that much money on gauges again.

    I don't like them so much that I am putting them on craigs list. I just bought the fieldpiece ST4, Dual-Temperature Meter, and will use a normal set of gauges.
    Just wondering what don't you like about the 557? We sell a lot of them and have very few if any complaints.
    JLB,

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    Thanks for the fast delivery Jim lol, took 2 days only!

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    Not bad to upper Michigan. They are a good product. If it your first set you will wonder how you ever lived without them.
    JLB,

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    Problem with analog gauges is they can be as much as 25# off... right out of the box... NEW.

    If that level of accuracy is not important... then analog gauges are fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    Well it ain't a set of testomans but it will work.Attachment 358651
    Did you get the latest temp sensor wiring?
    The one I saw looked like I was looking at a set of red and blue 10gauge THHT wires Do yourself a favor and rip the velcro off and just use a reusable zip tie to mount them
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    Sorry I see you posted the pic. Yep those are the ones

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    The door opener is a tire pressure gauge
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    The door opener is a tire pressure gauge
    Nice the picture of the tire on it makes sense now lol, I was thinking the velcro might be a pain, it took me 5 min to unravel one, it has memory or something lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim bergmann View Post
    Not bad to upper Michigan. They are a good product. If it your first set you will wonder how you ever lived without them.
    Looking forward to some warm weather now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckcrj View Post
    He just feels obligated to carry on his uncle's crusade against DC.
    Fellow forum members: Uncle and I are supplied by TTT whose customer service is unmatched.

    If Mr. Bergmann makes the statement that DC is superior to a 570, I will buy a DC from TTT.

    In return I want this DC issue to die right here. Agreed?

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    Now if I were running TTT... I would NOT support any one manufacturer over another... just not good business... REGARDLESS of the facts...

    Understand???
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