Caught the Bug
I have a set of auto-deflators, but they don't always hit the preset value. There are quite a few devices available, both auto and manual - which one would be the best?
That is the best core removal tool I've used yet, we used the same ones at both shops I worked at so I bought one to keep in the console of the jeep.
For the valves:I've seen some of those power tank monster valve set ups. What are the pros and cons?
Thanks. I like the idea of airing down quicker then with standard valves. The tank is the main drawback for me, but I've got an on board air system with an engine driven pump. I'll look into them further - thank you.For the valves:
had to drill and tap wheels
Even without the powertank the tire does air up significantly faster from my garage air compressor
Airs down very fast
can set a gauge on the other stem while airing up or down to monitor progress
No real world experience with the tank yet but from what I've gathered:
Very expensive - more than an ARB 12V pump
Refilling the tank costs $25 or so each time and can be time consuming
when its out- its out
heavy and bulky
the Co2 tank needs to be tested and certified every 5 years
airs up really fast
has enough "umph" to seat tire beads
can run air tools
the upgraded regulator can also be used to air up N2 shocks if you have the N2 tank