Inflation/deflation products

shaunx

New Member
Does anyone know of any product on the market that inflates and deflates your tires without having to stop??? Something that will do the job with a flick of the switch??
 

myjk

New Member
Yes buy a hummer U.S.A army style. sorry mate unless you replace half your rig its not going to happen
 

Patriot

Administrator
Hey, that is cool. No more fiddling around before and after hitting the dunes!
I wonder how much?

Patriot
 

GQMac

New Member
I suppose that is only good for sand work. I wouldn't want to be using it in the bush as it may get hooked up on a protruding branch on the side of the track i.e Glasshouse. Unless the designer can reposition the hose.
 

extremelimitsoff

New Member
air cti

the air cti link I posted earlier

update from CTI


We believe that we can get a 4x4 system down to around $3000 retail costs, or close to it.
 

BUSHNUT

Well-Known Member
Bloody Hell, I have heard of everything now ! THATS PART OF 4wd DRIVING. It gives you time to stretch the legs , sink a brew while the missus goes around with the compressor to reinflate or with the STAWN deflators to deflate - yes I am all for emancipation, believed in Womens rights to do everything ! Just having a lend of you girls, don't start rattling your sabres !

The Stawn deflaters are great little jiggers and I highly recommend them

Bushnut
 

Luxster

New Member
That's right BUSHNUT, I've got two sets....one set on 15psi for the beach and one set are on 18psi for the bush! And you get a break from the seat while airing up or down!!:D:D:D
 

goldrush

Moderator
I love my Staun deflators and use the time stopped while airing up or down to go over the vehicle and do some basic checks.
 

tektrek

Banned
the air cti link I posted earlier

update from CTI


We believe that we can get a 4x4 system down to around $3000 retail costs, or close to it.


The concept looks great except for one thing that CTI have not addressed or even mentioned and that is that the rotators will get in the way of free wheeling hubs on 4WDs.

I presume that if the CTI AIR system is fitted to a 4WD that has FWHs that they would have to be in the locked position full time or is there some way around this?
 

Zerrath

New Member
Deflation

Was watching a 4WD dvd last night and they showed an ARB product called the "E-Z Tyre Deflator"

heres the link if ya wanna take a look Tyre Accessories at ARB

It basically a pressure gage attached to a valve remover. quite a nice tool for deflating tyres fast.

They offer air compressors aswell but ill just stick to the cheap ones from Supercheap Auto.

-Brodie
 
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cruiserlad

4x4 Earth Contributer
teah ive got 2 sets of stauns to 1 set at the standed 18 lbs for soft sand whilst towing the trackabout and 1 set of stauns set at 24lbs for the bush
 

Grumpy

Moderator
I'm with u Bushnut u need to stretch most parts of your body after being shaken around for a couple of hours.
 

4X4

Moderator
Tyre pressure is one thing I'm pedantic about. I prefer to let the tyres down when I lock the hubs, I think they I'll stick with the Stauns.
 

goldrush

Moderator
I don't like the ARB E Z deflator because it removes the valve. I can only see potential problems with that. Prefer to keep it simple. I'll stick with the stauns.

Cliff
 

4X4

Moderator
goldrush I'm with you. I bought an ARB E Z deflator but it measures different pressures when using it, so I've given up on it. The one trick I have found with the Stauns is to set them, & lock them in place. Every time I have lent my stauns to someone else, they nearly always come back at different settings. People love to fiddle with them.
 

cruiser

New Member
I have an ez deflator but i have only used it once got it cheap of ebay.but might look into the staun's when i can afford them
 
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