This is not a standalone product. This item must be paired to a matching 20 lb Power Tank cylinder to be valid (PN: starts with PTB20).
Here is the big one, the Monster Valve Kit. This is for the trail leader who would rather spend time wheeling at the front of the pack than waiting around to air down or air up. It's also for the impatient types (like us) who will settle for nothing short of the fastest speeds possible.
Can you drill a few holes? Can you turn a wrench? If so, you can install Monster Valves. Check out the video to the left to see Power Tank Steve installing a Monster Valve into a new KMC Machete wheel in under 15 minutes. Click to the next video in the playlist to see him install a Monster Valve into a Raceline Monster wheel with the tire mounted and still on the vehicle. You do not need to rebalance your wheels after installing. We include a bright steel tap to make sure your threads are sharp, key for a leak-free install.
The kit includes a Monster Chuck which is used to air up through your Monster Valves while your stock valve stem is used to read the tire pressure. We have also redesigned the included HD Tire Pressure Gauge. The clip-on chuck locks onto your valve stem and the two foot whip lets you hold the large, easy-to-read gauge in your hand or position it on your wheel for easy viewing. In the event you can't use your Monster Chuck, the clip-on chuck on the Tire Pressure Gauge can be removed and attached directly to your Power Tank hose to allow you to air up through normal valve stems.
The tank boot protects the bottom of your Power Tank, gives it a more stable base, and prevents it from rolling when set on its side. The regulator cover protects the most important components from the elements.
The included EVA case keeps your tire pressure gauge and Monster Chuck clean and safe. Our upgraded Super Coupler also comes standard. It is universal and allows you to borrow an air tool with the assurance that it will fit in your hose and the built-in on/off valve makes changing between tools a breeze. See it in action here.
Tire Pressure Gauge: The low pressure 60 psi gauges are more accurate than their high pressure counterparts but won't work on truck or RV tires that need 55+ psi. The analog gauges are silicone filled for shock resistance and silicone doesn't slow down when the temperature drops, unlike glycerin. The digital gauges operate off of two AAA batteries and have a battery meter on the back-lit LCD screen. The back light comes in handy when you're checking tires in the early morning before a road trip or if you get off the trail after dark. The digital gauges are twice as accurate as their analog counterparts.https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLGFbt7eltM64rA5UUYlHmT_lKs9pN5FoV&index=2