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    Imperial 646C & 631CKPS

    I was looking at these in the catalog and they look like nice sets. Does anyone use them and what is the feedback on them if you don't mind sharing.


    Thanks

    -Dude

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    Im fairly certain mine are the 646C. I like them just fine, ive probobly had them for 3 years and so far no leaks. Ive also never had to zero them unlike my YJ sets that never return to zero in the same spot! I also vac and leak test with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta-T View Post
    Im fairly certain mine are the 646C. I like them just fine, ive probobly had them for 3 years and so far no leaks. Ive also never had to zero them unlike my YJ sets that never return to zero in the same spot! I also vac and leak test with them.
    zero is not as important as to what the gauge is reading in the operating range




    aside from my digital set i have liquid filled Y/J gauges





    callibrating your gauge set is not setting it at "0"
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    Quote Originally Posted by beachtech View Post
    zero is not as important as to what the gauge is reading in the operating range




    aside from my digital set i have liquid filled Y/J gauges





    callibrating your gauge set is not setting it at "0"




    Hey! Thanks for the free schooling in analog gauge calibration, very helpful to the OP's request for opinions on IMPERIAL.

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