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Tutorial Airing down on the cheap

Rob Daman

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So I a few months ago my ammo cans got jacked and my fancy JT Brooks tire deflators were in there. I didn't want to spend that much again (even though I love them) so I decided to get a cheap deflator. The one I got looked similar to ARB and Smittybilt so I think they may be from the same Chinese plant.

Anyways many reviews were negative about this style of deflator so I decided to give it a go. Here's my vid and spoiler alert...I figured it out.

 

TRH

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I have the "Boulder Gear" Deflator kit with I think that same (or very close) gauge. Their deflators are all brass and a pretty good once setup.
 
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