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      Craftsman  Air Chuck

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      Item Weight (lbs.): 0.11
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      Type: Inflation components

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      Craftsman Air Chuck Fits Automotive-Style Stem Valves

      The Craftsman air chuck is an excellent connection tool for inflating your car tires. The air chuck is simple to use with clearly visible connection points. It fits most automotive-style stem valves.

      Get back on the road easier with the Craftsman air chuck. It is high quality and has the durability you need to get your tires back to full strength. Made of brass, it is classic in appearance. It is lightweight at less than half a pound, making it easy to handle as you apply pressure to operate the valve and fill the tires. Get a reliable air chuck that does not leak and has a long lifespan when you choose the Craftsman brand. Adding air to your vehicle's tires has never been easier than it is with this tool.

      • Craftsman air chuck is an excellent connection tool for inflating your car tires
      • Simple design with easy-to-see connection points
      • Fits most automotive-style stem valves
      • Made of durable, classic brass material
      • Lightweight at only 0.11 lbs
      • Just apply pressure to operate the valve and fill the tires
      • Free of leaks for efficiency
      • Trust in the Craftsman brand, a leader in the tool industry

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      Added on July 25, 2010

       

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      7 Reviewers (70.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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      TomfromMcdonough

      McDonough, GA

      Jun 30 , 2014
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      Works very well

      This air chuck fits the valve stem without leaking as the two I bought at auto parts did.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      hannahhall

      Memphis, TN

      May 9 , 2014
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      Good little filler

      Rated high due to the price being cheaper and I just needed a filler item. Haven't used this thing but once so can't comment on how long or durably it is. Hopefully so though!

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      stlmick

      Saint Louis, MO

      Feb 3 , 2014
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      have to force it

      have to jam it on the valve stem very hard to get it to inflate. think i just got a bad one. dunno if the depressor is intentionally indented to catch the schrader core pin, or if its a bad run of parts.


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      Nov 19 , 2013
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      air chuck

      perfect size to get into tough to reach areas. we have motorcycles so this small air chuck will be perfect for maintaining our bikes.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Jul 6 , 2013
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      Too Much Pressure Required

      Purchased this to replace a chuck that went missing in action. The thing that I hate about this chuck is the amount of force required to fill a tire. It feels like you're about to break the stem. In order to avoid this, I have to turn my compressor down to 30 - 40 PSI so it's not so much of a struggle (and it still is!). I leave my compressor on 90 PSI in order to operate my air tools, and it is an inconvenience to remember to turn down my compressor each time I have to fill a tire. I would spend your $3 elsewhere at one of the Car Part Places.


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      twteska

      Evansville, WI

      Nov 7 , 2012
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      It works 100%

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      pinsond

      Orting, WA

      May 1 , 2012
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      AIR CHUCK WORKS GREAT,NO LEAKS

      GREAT LITTLE CHUCK NO PROBLEMS AT ALL WOULD RECOMEND TO ANYONE IN NEED OF A GOOD AIR CHUCK, NOW, OR IN THE FUTURE

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      shady647

      Elgin, OK

      Feb 28 , 2012
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      Simple but Effective

      This inexpensive chuck makes adding air to tires easier, by not over-complicating the job.  I hate the two sided wand chuck which seems to require more effort on my part than it is worth.  Simple, effective, that is what  I want from a tool.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      CB2112

      Wyoming, MI

      Aug 9 , 2011
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      The Craftsman Air Chuck makes my life complete.

      Its great.  I cant imagine writing 900 characters about this item though.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      CrankcaseWilly

      Crown Point, IN

      Nov 7 , 2010
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      Air Chuck is Too Firm. Too Much Downward Force to Operate.

      I used to have the old version of this air chuck, and it was great.  This one, however Sears decided to update it, sucks!  The downward pressure required to operate the valve and fill tires is too much, in my opinion.  Too much downward force may bend or damage the delicate Shrader valves on tires/wheels.

      Also, it seems that this air chuck (possibly because of the force required to operate) has a narrow operating angle requirement.  Tweak it too much to the side, and you'll get very limited or non-existent air flow.

      An air chuck should be soft and easy to use no matter what pressure is in the line. Therefore, I give this air chuck 2 stars.  One star for being cheap and one star for being made out of brass and will most likely last for a long time.

      Otherwise, look at a different option...


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