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Will Ship Staun Single Tire Deflator

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Anyone have a single Staun tire deflator I can buy off of them (maybe left over from a set). Or maybe it doesn't work? I am looking to built this and don't want to spend $100 on a set of four when I only need one. Thanks,
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Original link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGEp_CtFqUE
 

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Those are wildly overpriced. They look exactly the same as this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M0L7JS2/?tag=tacoma3g-20

Also...that's the most needless complicated deflator system I've seen in that Youtube video.
RevN3, Yeah, I don't know if Boulder Tools is the same setup/construction. I was just hoping to pick up a Staun that someone had leftover or that didn't work and fixing it myself. I like the idea of walking away and having it stop at the preset value. I could careless about the inflation pre-set/stop.
 

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They don't work like that. They have a spring inside and as it gets closer to the set it slows down. Doesn't really have a hard stop. But even then, they're not that precise so you have to check them anyway. I switched to these: Teraflex Jeep Wrangler Air Deflators 4807200 (https://www.extremeterrain.com/teraflex-air-deflators-4807200.html?utm_content=XTAccessories/Misc-Tools%7CTeraflex&T5_Var4=J10761&intl=0&utm_campaign=XTW+Wrangler+Brands+Medium&dialogtech=ppc&utm_source=google-pla&utm_medium=shopping&T5_Var2=shopping&gclid=CjwKCAjwu_mSBhAYEiwA5BBmf5eW2eWGOXn2Dhw9RaHhXM1om9kLxZ4f_dwSRm2Xkt1BHEiwrJV_mRoC-4gQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds)

With those I install them all waiting about 30 seconds between. I check the pressure periodically which I can do without taking them off. Then when the first one is done, the next is 30 seconds behind. It ends up being really fast.

Also, Boulder Tools is the same thing for like $15. So just get those.

-M