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Old April 12th, 2013, 04:08 PM
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Tire Deflators - $22.49 Free Shipping

For all of those guys who never have tire deflators at the line-ups before heading out on the trails. I personally like it, because I've met more of you guys when you come over asking if you can borrow them...but if you've always wanted a set, here they are for pretty cheap. Has sold 1,100 of them so far.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/230638174711#ht_727wt_1170

Maybe some members here have bought the tire deflators from this eBayer and can share their experience(s) - positive/negative.

$22.49 with Free Shipping isn't bad at all when you consider the Staun Tire Deflators go for significantly more. But maybe you just get what you pay for.
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Old April 12th, 2013, 04:23 PM
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just ordered a set
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Old April 12th, 2013, 04:37 PM
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I could have done a bunch of damage with these in high school.
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The truck in the pic is a Disco
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They look just like my Staun deflators minus the fancy little bag
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They look just like my Staun deflators minus the fancy little bag
Exactly what I thought when I saw them. Minus the little leathery bag that is way too small
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Ordered, thanks for the heads up!
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Exactly what I thought when I saw them. Minus the little leathery bag that is way too small
Came in the mail today in a nice pouch
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Came in the mail today in a nice pouch

Well...do they work like Stauns??
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Kimo is a guy on LRRF. I bought a jerry can and spout from him once.
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Have to fly out tomorrow morning so I won't get to try them out until next week but here is what they look like.
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Any update on these things?
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Mine have worked as advertised, no better or worse than the Stauns
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are they adjustable? pre-set like staun etc...
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virtually identical to Stauns. You adjust/set the pressure you want then lock it down. I also bought a tire gage/deflator combo from the same guy that is just like the ARB unit that pulls the valve core and keeps it captive while the tire deflates. It works quicker than the Staun style but you have to do one tire at a time. I've tended to use that more often but its obviously more bulky with the gage and hose etc.
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