A van’s noseweight is one of the major factors determining its stability. Get it too low and the van may be unstable. Make it too heavy and it will affect the car’s handling. To make sure you’re on the nose every time, Milenco has introduced this new precision gauge.

The only model of its type to meet British standards, the instrument remains accurate to within 2kg, even after 1000 uses. The gauge’s scale goes up to 130kg and the markings are clear and easy to read. Instructions are easy to follow and it fits right into the hitch head without being lifted onto blocks.

Overview

A van’s noseweight is one of the major factors determining its stability. Get it too low and the van may be unstable. Make it too heavy and it will affect the car’s handling. To make sure you’re on the nose every time, Milenco has introduced this new precision gauge.

The only model of its type to meet British standards, the instrument remains accurate to within 2kg, even after 1000 uses. The gauge’s scale goes up to 130kg and the markings are clear and easy to read. Instructions are easy to follow and it fits right into the hitch head without being lifted onto blocks.

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