DetailsThis 0-2000 PSI Left Threaded CO2 Regulator Gauge is the replacement for a broken CO2 high pressure gauge (the one that reads the pressure in the CO2 tank). Be sure to check the cavity and clear any debris first, then wrap the new regulator with Teflon tape before securing in place. Check the thread type (right- or left-hand threads) on your regulator to be sure you order the correct replacement gauge.
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4.9 / 5.09 ReviewsEssential part of Keg set-upPurchased this piece as an add on to a regulator that I had previously bought. Very valuable and it is alot easier to tell how much CO2 is left in the tank.October 17, 2012Works Great!This is exactly like the original that was on my regulator. The needle on the original broke when it was attached to a small CO2 tank that tipped over. The replacement was extremely easy to install. Some Teflon tape and a few rotations with a wrench and it was installed and holding pressure.January 5, 2013An Integral part of your Keg set-upMy original regulator got broken when I was moving the tank around so I got this to replace it. As far as I can tell its identical to the original. Very easy to attach, I am pleased to have gotten my kegging system back up and running.January 19, 2013Pressure gageI bought two replacement gauges. The left thread 0-2000PSI gauge doesn't seem to work. Don't know if it is a gauge problem or a problem with the valve assembly. I've been away for a month and haven't had a chance to check it out.April 1, 2016Take the guesswork out of CO2I purchased this after buying my regulator without this piece. It takes the guesswork out of wondering if you are running low on gas. Well worth the $$ in my opinion.February 10, 2013No more guessingNow I know if I'm running low on CO2. Its a good functional unit.September 23, 2013Nice functional unitIts a good piece, and a big help in setting my my kegging system. No guessing on the CO2 level.December 1, 2013Good gaugeIt's a great help in my kegging setup. It's a nice unit that's easy to use and is functional. Now I know if my CO2 is running low.March 17, 2014
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