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Tire pressure is a critical factor in your motoring experience. Go digital with this gauge; features LCD readout, built-in recalibration feature, and of course, a MINI logo.

Fit any tire, but we love the Mini logo so we use this one. Matches our car.
Genuine OEM Part Tire Pressure Gauge MINI Digital for All Minis

Tire Pressure Gauge MINI Digital for All Minis

Tire Pressure Gauge MINI Digital for All Minis
Part No: NMA7660
$33.99
Qty:
Fits the following:
MINI (2002-Current)
Classic Mini
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