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Had mine for so long I forgot when and where I got them and who put me onto them but they rock, buddies get all green whenever I use them

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I've painted the thread of my deflators with nail polish ..
Nice, has anyone tried loctite? I would of thought that would do

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yeh the staun are great but are such a pain in the ass mine change every week how do i reset them??
Adjust one to the right setting and line up the rest against that one, then adjustment the other three to the same distance, test and tighten.

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This is seemingly an old thread, but I'll add my two cents.


Some of the additional advantages of the Staun Tyre Deflators:
1. Fastest tire deflators on the market.
2. Easy to use, no tools required.
3. Extremely accurate; within .o5 psi of set pressure.
4. Can air down all four tires unattended, simultaneously.
5. Can drive a vehicle while tires are deflating.
I bought my tire deflator https://mechanicguides.com/best-tire-deflators/ 5 years ago for R500 and have used them very often. I prefer to use them rather than the ARB type in that, they are preset to 1.5 Bar, so when I arrive at the venue I unscrew the valve caps and screw these units on. Then I go about chatting and greeting everyone, maybe some admin etc all while the tires deflate to the pressure I want. The only time where I will deflate more than 1.5 is when I do sand driving, but then I have the badger tire deflator for that.

What is nice about the Stauns is, you hit a gravel road... you stop, screw on these deflators and you drive further. Then a few km's down the road or at your destination you just unscrew and replace valve caps. This way you have a nice and soft ride on gravel roads and are at lesser of a risk of being hijacked etc as the time you spend standing beside the road is very little

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One of mine fell apart on the first use. so not impressed.
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Mine were great - I had two set to off road pressure, and two set to soft sand pressure and it was a case of:

- start first two
- half a can
- change to other side/end
- finish can
- drive on with pleasure.

Since upgrading to the valve core removing style I spend my time sitting down and watching pressures but the speed is about the same - just one can left wanting
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