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Smittybilt 2723 Tire Deflator Universal


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Technical Details
BrandSmittybilt
Model2723
Item Weight1 ounces
Product Dimensions8 x 2 x 5 inches
Item model number2723
Manufacturer Part Number2723
OEM Part Number DSBP2723
  
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ASINB001CF3JG4
Best Sellers Rank #83,130 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 10, 2008
  
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Smittybilt Tire Deflator Universal is engineered to meet all the high standards set by the industry. It is highly durable and matches OE form, fit and function. This unit is put through a variety of tests under extreme and unusual conditions to ensure high quality and dependability.


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They are hard to set even following the instructions.
Jersey Jerry
While they seem like a great idea and I will get some use out of them, I wish I had bought a better grade of air-down device for more consistant results.
R. Muller
I wasted to much time trying to calibrate these valves and never could get them to deflate to consistent pressures.
mgilders

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Brian C. Miller on June 15, 2009
I haven't tried the Staun deflators, so I can't comment on them. I bought these from a local shop, and after using them I can't recommend them.

These are fairly simple to set, but their performance is not reliable. While deflating they may emit a horrible buzzing-squeaking sound. A few tap/pulls on the stem quiets them down. I spent an hour setting an testing them, and then when I got out to the trail and tried them again their performance wasn't good. Two performed and deflated to 20psi. One wouldn't let any air out from a tire at 50psi, and one just kept hissing until I stopped it at 15psi. Supposedly all of them were set to 20psi.

These deflators are made in China and come with a storage pouch.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Brad Icke on August 30, 2008
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When I first got these I though they would be very similar to the Staun Deflators. But after trying to use them I was pretty disappointed. If you follow the instructions they are pretty simple to configure. But the air flow was much lower then the Staun and they are much less sensitive then the Staun.

While these do work I would not recommend them.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. Muller on October 30, 2009
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These things are almost impossible to get adjusted. I played with them for literally hours and I have finally got them airing down consistantly to 15 lbs in the shop. Out on the trail, 3 would only go down to 18 lbs and the 4th to 16. While they seem like a great idea and I will get some use out of them, I wish I had bought a better grade of air-down device for more consistant results.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By ricomania on August 15, 2011
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These are a copycat design to the Australian product known as Staun Deflators.

I purchased Staun deflators years ago and some prick stole them from me on a wheeling trip a few years ago.

Exactly as my Staun deflators did upon first use, the o-rings that come supplied to seal the inside cavity against the valve stems were poor quality and fit. Upon screwing/fastening the deflator to the valve enough to deflate ALL of the o-rings either became stuck in the valve stem and had to be retrieved or fell out upon removal of the deflator and were subsequently lost on the ground.

I had to purchase sealing o-rings for both Smittybilt and Staun deflators so that they'd work.

I did not have these at the same time as the Staun's so I can not comment on which deflates faster definitively, but from memory they were just about the same.

I give them 5 stars because they perform as expected and are a good value relative to the top of the line Stauns. Neither product is 5 stars from an engineering standpoint. They both work. Some report more precision with the Stauns, but they behave just about the same in my opinion.

If you are looking for automatic deflators, these are a good value. Once you set them, forget them.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jersey Jerry on September 14, 2010
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Great idea - Poor execution. They are hard to set even following the instructions. They don't deflate to a consistant pressure. One time deflates to 20 psi. Next time 15 psi. Sorry I bought them.

Joisey Jerry
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Malpass on November 8, 2013
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In the defense of other reviews about these:

These are NOT "Top Knotch" deflators. I have mine set at 18 PSI for my 31x1050x15 A/T's, I probably could go lower if I wanted too, but I don't really care on the A/T's, haha. These are not completely accurate, which I'm good with. Set at 18, some tires will be 17, some will be 19. Some will be right at 18. It all depends on temperature, as far as I can tell. But, seriously! For $40.00 bucks, being off 1 PSI in each direction? These are awesome! I just screw 'em on, and go socialize with my jeep buddies. Or help other people deflate. Air'ing down, I really don't care if it's off 1 or 2 PSI, it's not that big of a deal. Putting air back in, I want them all even.

I would highly recommend these. There's no reason to spend 80, or however much the "top knotch" ones are. These do the job just fine. Follow the directions, set them with your spare. And you're next wheelin' trip will be cake if you air down!
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Admittedly, I had never used deflators for "airing down" previously so I did not know what to expect from them. The packaging for these was adequate, and the carrying case is useful for keeping the four pieces of the set together. I had planned to spend 5-minutes at home reviewing the instructions before using these deflators "in the field"; instead, I had to invest a half-hour trying to figure out both how the simple mechanism works and how to loosen the deflators' caps & rings. What made this relatively easy goal difficult was that, out of the package, the moving parts on two of the deflators were screwed on too tightly to loosen by hand. The solution: pliers with a rag covering the jaws to prevent damage to the deflator brass.

Next issue: the instruction sheet should have diagrammed the deflator components for the neophyte user. To me, it wasn't immediately obvious which part was the cap and which was the locking ring when they were both torqued down together against the deflator body. The instruction steps were satisfactory, however. So, allow for extra time the first time you use these off-road to make adjustments because there are no pre-sets/markings for setting deflation pressures; a little experimentation may be necessary. One of the set I could not adjust to my satisfaction the first time.

I had assumed that the deflators would save me time and cause less wear on my knees and back. In my non-typical example, deflating when starting at highway tire pressures of 65 lbs./sq.in. requires 20 minutes of airing down using deflators to a target pressure at 18 to 19 lbs (a large before/after pressure differential compared to most folks' experiences to be sure); two people can accomplish this task a little faster without deflators.
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