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Have some quick deflators but looking for some that deflate to a preset psi. Have seen some that deflate to a range but the range is too great. Any suggestions on what has worked well for you?
 

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So you can air down all 4 at the same time.
Nothing's worse that being on a crowded trail waiting for a guy to air down his tires one by one,,,,
 

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There is a company that sells a cool tool for the trail. It looks like a nice tire pressure gauge, but it also removes the valve stem, holds it, and screws it back in place...And, it fast! Dammit though, I can't remember who sells it.....Someone help me out! I think it's like 40 bucks...
 

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I use Staun deflators.

They can be pre-set from one deflated tyre and remain quite consistant as long as you do not lend them to people who don't know how they work
Guys...I've tried a lot of different ways to handle quick and accurate deflation, and I must say our middle eastern friend is 100% correct (man, never thought I'd hear myself say that. :lol: .lol..lol)
The Staun deflators are 100% Brass, totally adjustable and soooooo much quicker than pressing the button on your gauge. It is the right tool for the job.
Good luck, happy motoring :drive: , oh sh!t, thats for the mini forums.
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Smitty Built, all brass,work perfect,$40on line from 4wd suppliers,Amazon, etc
 

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Staun's are by far the best on the market, offering I think 3 or 4 versions based on your needs.
 

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There is a company that sells a cool tool for the trail. It looks like a nice tire pressure gauge, but it also removes the valve stem, holds it, and screws it back in place...And, it fast! Dammit though, I can't remember who sells it.....Someone help me out! I think it's like 40 bucks...
I thought the ARB gauge did this? When I wheel I just pull the valve core and check it till I have the tires where I want them. I can usually do all 4 tires in just a few minutes.

-Alex
 
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