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Staun Tyre Deflators (Heavy Duty) 15-55 PSI
Staun Tyre Deflators (Heavy Duty) 15-55 PSI
Staun Tyre Deflators (Heavy Duty) 15-55 PSI
Staun Tyre Deflators (Heavy Duty) 15-55 PSI
Staun Tyre Deflators (Heavy Duty) 15-55 PSI
Staun Tyre Deflators (Heavy Duty) 15-55 PSI
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Staun Tyre Deflators (Heavy Duty) 15-55 PSI

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You've seen us (Lifestyle Overland) use these deflators year after year (since 2014 in fact) to air down Silver, Aspen, and even The Beast. Our original set is STILL spot on at 18 PSI even after HUNDREDS of cycles. Now, we're excited to offer one of our favorite products to you here on Overland Style... So, say hello to the Staun Tyre Deflators from Australia!

This "Heavy Duty" kit of 4 deflators is pre-set to 35 PSI but can be set to any pressure between 15 and 55 PSI (see the Standard Duty set for lower pressures).

Use these handy tools to ensure your rig is riding with the optimal pressure for comfort, traction, and float. 

HOW TO SET YOUR STAUNS

Specs: 

Includes 4 Deflators & Leather Case
Made in Australia
Solid Brass Construction
2 Year Warranty
Factory Setting - 35 PSI
Setting Range - 15-55 PSI

Why is "airing-down" important? Glad you asked! Check out this article and get ready to experience the life-changing magic of proper air pressure off-road: The Mystical Art of Airing Down

Important Notes:

To ensure the accuracy of these units it is imperative that you DO NOT drop them in the dust, dirt, sand, etc. Debris is the #1 cause for incorrect air-down pressures. If you do drop them. Carefully disassemble and clean them thoroughly before attempting to use again. 

Once set to your liking, ensure the lock ring is VERY snug to avoid inadvertent adjustment down the road.