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\r\n How do you guys deflate your tires? I heard people use defaltors... any suggestions?\r\n
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    \r\n Get one of these, then get an old stem from a tire (usually can pick up an old one for free at a tire shop) use some loc-tite on the threads so you never lose it and bingo, you have a tire deflater. Just unscrew the valve to the right pressure then screw it back in.
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    \r\n use the backside of a tire gauge. It has a tire deflator on it and u can turn it around to make sure u are at the right psi.\r\n
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    \r\n Quote Originally Posted by hokieboy\r\n View Post\r\n
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    use the backside of a tire gauge. It has a tire deflator on it and u can turn it around to make sure u are at the right psi.
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    I do the same thing, but a buddy with commercial tires (80 psi) uses the deflators they sell in some shops. Will have to admit it gets a little hard on the old back when bending over to deflate the tire for long periods- it takes awhile for him to get down to 20psi - in his case I think the cost is justified\r\n
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    \r\n Quote Originally Posted by hokieboy\r\n View Post\r\n
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    use the backside of a tire gauge. It has a tire deflator on it and u can turn it around to make sure u are at the right psi.
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    like this kind
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    \r\n Quote Originally Posted by Singletjeff\r\n View Post\r\n
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    Get one of these, then get an old stem from a tire (usually can pick up an old one for free at a tire shop) use some loc-tite on the threads so you never lose it and bingo, you have a tire deflater. Just unscrew the valve to the right pressure then screw it back in.
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    Yep, one of those.
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    \r\n Just take the core all the way out, count the number of seconds to get to the right preasure and then reinstal the core. Very fast! Repete on the other tires.
    \r\n It also makes a good show. Everyone is looking and betting on weather you get the core back in before the tire goes flat!\r\n
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    \r\n Here\'s another question. If my car is at 32psi on the street and lower to 20psi on the sand, that\'s about 62% inflated. Then why would a car with 80psi deflates down to 20psi? \r\n
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    \r\n Well I have D load range tires and run mine at around 65 PSI and deflate down to 25 on the sand.
    \r\nThe heavier load range tires such as D & E have a much stiffer side wall and just letting out to say 35 will not let the side walls out enough to make a big enough foot print in the sand unless your carring a camper in the bed and the extra weight will help flaten out the side walls.\r\n
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    \r\n I got a set of 4 screw on deflaters came with a key chain and all screw back to back after use 11.95 fatboys. Screw them on and since it is slower than pulling the stem once the first one is on and you get around to the last one the first is ready to be checked. Saves my BACK! Cheap and easy.\r\n
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    \r\n I remove the valve stem, less than 20 seconds per tire. Takes longer to remove the caps. I go from 34 to 20 dang fast.\r\n
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    \r\nI can be wheeling at 1200\' elevation one trip and 6000\'+ the following trip, so, the automatic deflators do not appeal to me... if you have to watch them anyways, and finish up manually, why not just go the simple and trusted system.
    \r\nI have found that when you have to monitor the automatic systems, then double check with a guage, and possibly finish the job manually, that the ARB ends up being faster. And, since I had lost confidence in the system, I was always double checking in the end.
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    \r\nFor one tire at a time, the ARB is the easiest, fastest, and most expensive. It allows you to pull the valve stem, watch the pressure drop on a gauge and reinsert the stem when you get to desired pressure. It is a little pricey at $50.00 per unit, but it is the fastest for one tire at a time. I am currently running a F250 and have to go down from 65 and 80 to 20. I have one of these….but read on.
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