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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    Ek sal vir jou uitvind.

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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    For the guys who has been using this for a while now. Just to confirm, does the gauge read fine around 100 to 300 kPa, or do you find yourself still using another gauge to double check each time?
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    Gauge is very accurate - checked against ARB gauge and TPMS. No need to check with another gauge - I did initially - but now satisfied it is accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigboy529 View Post
    For the guys who has been using this for a while now. Just to confirm, does the gauge read fine around 100 to 300 kPa, or do you find yourself still using another gauge to double check each time?
    I don't, typically deflate to around 1 bar, don't really care if it is 1, or 1.2.

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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    On sand you need 0.8 typically, even 0.6. It’s unbelievable what difference 0.2 bar makes on soft sand. On normal trails it’s not such an issue.

    But the Indeflate I have is very accurate, no issues there
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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    When this was originally 'launched' - I remember thinking "Wow, that's quite a bit of money to let air out of a tyre". I kept thinking that way until this past holiday when my travelling companion pulled one out when he and I were about to cross over onto soft sand.

    I climbed out my car, guage in one hand, ARB deflator in the other - having taken both out the cubby hole.
    He climbed out, went for a pee, opened his drawer system, took it out, came over, and showed it to me while I started my first wheel.

    Fast forward a few minutes, he's back in his car, everything done and packed away - and I was only on wheel 2/6 (including caravan).

    I returned back home, and the VERY first thing I did after unpacking the caravan was buy TWO here on the forum. They arrived 1,5 days later = impressive.

    These Indeflate units are AMAZING, and very well built, you can feel the quality.

    I think what I liked most about the unit, is (obviously the speed) - but the quick connect onto the two wheels. There's no unscrewing valves etc. Just click onto one wheel, click on the other, and start deflating - AND then it self levels the two tyres too. BRILLIANT!
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    Default Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    Next step is to make two “extensions” that allows you to connect the existing indeflate to another two wheels then you can deflate (and inflate) all 4 wheels at once. It is simple really.... but the amount of tubing will make it bulky
    Last edited by KurtG; 2018/01/15 at 09:40 PM.
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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    Quote Originally Posted by chris77777 View Post
    Ek het die glas van die meter op die Indeflate gebreek. Kan die glas vervang word ?
    I contacted them on Facebook and Ricus Venter confirmed that they can replace the glass on the meter. Give him a call.
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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtG View Post
    I contacted them on Facebook and Ricus Venter confirmed that they can replace the glass on the meter. Give him a call.

    No need, already been in contact with him yesterday morning, will advise once the best method has been established.

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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    The orders have been flying out the door, but unfortunately due to holidays at the manufacturing facility Indeflate( is now stock challenged.

    No orders can be shipped until 20 Feb (estimated date).
    (All orders received up to this morning will be shipped by tomorrow.)

    If you do place an online order please ensure that you are comfortable with the waiting period.
    Last edited by Dirk; 2018/01/30 at 11:56 AM.

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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    Quote Originally Posted by hunter26 View Post
    Am I wrong in thinking that if one tyre is 2 bar and the other is eg 3 bar. The higher pressured tyre will inflate the lower pressured tyre to equal the pressures like a duel fuel tank. Hence the gauge will give just one reading of the equalised pressures.
    Yip! Agree to this.

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