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    cps gauges

    anyone ever use cps blackmax gauges the two valve manifolds or the 4 valve and are they good as yellow jacket the look nice i was shopping for a new set and stumbled on them i just wanted some info on them before i bought a set i want the 4 valve set

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    I have the 4 valve setup. A little heavy but durable. Very affordable. They're my backups now but I've had them for 2+ years.

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    whats your main set of gauges

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    Testo 550's.

    http://www.trutechtools.com/Testo550

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    thanks for the reply

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    I have the 2 valve. They aren't the best gauges money can buy but I cant complain about them. The look is unique and I think the face of the gauge is one of the most legible I have ever seen. I would recommend them. I have heard of people having issues with the seals leaking but mine have held up fine.
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    I have a set of two valve, I really like them I did have a hose come uncrimpped somehow, took them to the supply house I bought them from and they sent them back to cps and they sent me a whole new set so they get a+ from me.

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    doesn't CPS stand for Complete Piece a' Sh!t? I had a set, but gave them away b/c they literally fell apart. To each his own I suppose, but buyer beware! Think twice before buying your tools man... We have all been burnt on occasion.

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