|06-05-2010 09:22 AM|
yea, I've got ARB OBA and I also carry a Q-89 dual cyl compressor when I take the trailer
I've gotta add a note on the Stauns use---you can set them for whatever pressure you NORMALLY want the tires set at, mine is 18 psi--NOW
When I've dropped the pressure (snow/sand) down to 8/10 psi, I don't mess with the setting--just pull each (PIN) up for about 3 sec per lb psi, or 30 seconds to drop down to 8 psi/per tire
Don't be letting air out of them tires unless you've got a compressor, if you've got them down below 18/20 psi, they're not designed or safe to drive on the pavement, if you want to just go to the nearest gas station--unless it's SUPER close !!
|06-05-2010 09:07 AM|
|bobjenkins||are you guys using onboard air? sorry offtopic|
|06-05-2010 08:19 AM|
|MTWanderer||Thanks for the input|
|06-04-2010 07:37 PM|
|06-04-2010 07:32 PM|
|Schmo||Stauns here too . . . had them for years and they still work great. They are kind of a pain to set up the first time, but they work great after that.|
|06-04-2010 07:27 PM|
Nope, just Stauns that Ive been using for years and still keeps on ticking
They don't care what you're driving, they work the same, wherever you setem
|06-04-2010 07:23 PM|
Trailhead Tire Deflators
Any feedback on the Trailhead Deflators .... was looking at the Staun as they have a great reputation, but then came across the Trailhead which are made in America ... always my choice ....
Does anyone have reliability experience with the Trailhead Deflators?
Thanks .... mike