tire deflator valves stems

Discussion in 'Camping & Outdoor Gear' started by semlin, Jun 18, 2005.

  1. semlin

    semlin discouraged user

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    I did search -can't find and threads. What systems are recommended for auto deflation? I have a set of steel wheels that need new valves anyway so I was thinking of getting a set of the valve stems you can preset to desited pressure
     
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    I bought a set that you take on and off, I'm pretty sure they are made by Oasis mfg.
     
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    spressomon glutton Moderator

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    nuclearlemon not an addict Moderator

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    i've got one set of stauns...they're usually in the wagon, but i can never remember if they're set for the wagon or the 40, so i just pull the valve stem.
     
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    Stauns -easy to set up -easy to use- very well built. I now enjoy airing down

    oh yeah, and you can move them to another vehicle -share them -and not have to worry if your deflators are getting wrecked by the mud and rocks...
     
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    CreeperSleeper Cascade Cruisers SILVER Star

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    I have these too. I love em... once there set!
     
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    I keep a valve core removal tool and a few spare valve cores in both trucks. $9 from the snap on man. So fast I don't see much of a need for the automatic deals.
     
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