Handy Devices

Make Air Pressure Marks

Dan Miller
By  Dan Miller , Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Air Pressure Marker (Illustration by Ray E. Watkins Jr.)

Martin Dawson, Belt, Montana, uses a permanent marker to write the correct air pressure needed for his equipment tires. Dawson also writes with the marker the proper oil required by his machinery's various filler plugs and caps.


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