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

    I tow a Bush Lapa, would I need to purchase the 5m extension pipe to be able to inflate the Bush Lapa tires?

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

    Depends where you compressor is, but probably.

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

    Laat sit net vir jou voertuig n plug agter op en plug dan kompressor daar in baie nader aan karavaan tyers dan

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

    I bought an I deflate then bought 5m extra same type hose from a pneumatic shop dealing with hoses. I also installed those quick connect valve connections onto pipes. Compressor can run when I'm moving to the tyres as it does not build up pressure until connected.
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    I received a 2 x Tyre Indeflate as a present in Jan 2020 used on 2 x trips to Moz , the best gift I received in years.

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

    I have an Indeflate and it is one of the best pieces of kit I have. The one thing that is a bit annoying is that you cannot see to where you have delated whilst you are busy doing it. Has anyone tried to combine it with something like a Staun Deflator? Can Indeflate not come up with a way to calibrate to which pressure you want to deflate?

    By the way - I also don't trust the gauge on the system. Still using my hand gauge to take a pressure reading when using it.
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    Default Re: Indeflate - Inflate, or deflate two tyres simultaneously!

    Quote Originally Posted by lirritma View Post
    I have an Indeflate and it is one of the best pieces of kit I have. The one thing that is a bit annoying is that you cannot see to where you have delated whilst you are busy doing it. Has anyone tried to combine it with something like a Staun Deflator? Can Indeflate not come up with a way to calibrate to which pressure you want to deflate?

    By the way - I also don't trust the gauge on the system. Still using my hand gauge to take a pressure reading when using it.
    An inline pressure gauge while deflating is not accurate anyway as it is an open system during deflation. If you had two valves per tyre, then you could add a pressure gauge to the second valve for real time pressures. With a single valve, you have to stop deflating every now and then to check the pressure - very easy on the indeflate with the moving bit.

    The pressure gauge on mine also does not correspond to the gauge I have used and trusted for many years. But it is consistent. I've made a note of my calibration, eg if I want 2.0b, I will use 2.1b on the gauge. I have not calibrated it with an accurate gauge, and for all I know, it might be accurate and my old gauge might be out


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