Air Chucks

Lock-on Ball Foot Air Chucks [bag of 4]
Lock-on Ball Foot Air Chucks [bag of 4]
  • Model: 751312004
  • Shipping Weight: 0.48lbs

Price:   $9.99

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Details: 1/4" NPTF Ball Foot Chucks with Clip

Air Chucks allow you to connect directly to your tire's Stem Valve and inflate to the desired pressure. This 1/4" NPT female Ball Foot Chuck will screw directly onto any air hose that has a 1/4" NPT male air inlet, you must use Teflon tape to seal the connection. This air chuck by Campbell Hausfeld will connect to all Standard Automotive-style Stem Valves (Schrader Valves), but do not fit Presta or Woods valves (found on some bicycle tubes).

Features:

  • Thread size: 1/4" Female NPT
  • Allows you to connect directly to your tires stem valve and inflate to the desired pressure
  • Must use Teflon tape to seal the connection
  • Clip firmly locks onto valve during inflation

Specifications:

  • Warranty: 1 year limited
  • Only Open Type can be ordered




Difference between Open & Closed Air Chucks
  • Open Type Air Chucks
  • The Open Air chucks employ a “check valve” which will not seal the opening of the chuck when pressurized; however, it will open the core on the tire valve creating an “open passage” between the chuck and tire. Therefore, an OPEN check air chuck should be used on an air line gauge in order to function properly.
  • Closed Type Air Chucks
  • Closed Type Air Chucks employ a “check valve” which seals the chuck, closing the air passage while it is not being used, and when used, it will “open” the core on the tire valve, allowing the pressure from the hose to be transferred to the tire. When a “live” air line is used for “non-gauged” inflation of the tire, a CLOSED air chuck should be used.
Air Chucks are engineered and manufactured for heavy duty use and a long service life. To accomplish our high quality standards, our Air Chucks are all made from solid brass. Air chucks can be Chrome-plated for maximum corrosion resistance

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 09 May, 2009.