Control your tire's pressure, or they will control you!

It’s absolutely crucial to maintain the right tire pressure while driving any vehicle, this is doubly true when driving offroad. The ideal tire pressure for offroading depends on several factors, such as the type of vehicle you are driving, the type of terrain you will be driving on, and the load that your vehicle is carrying. As a general rule, it is best to lower the air pressure in your tires when offroading. This will help to increase the surface area of the tire in contact with the ground, providing more traction and stability. However, you should avoid lowering the air pressure too much, as this can cause the tire to deform too much and become damaged or being popped off the rim.

How To Use

Step 1
Deploy the system

Unroll and layout the hose system. Connect all 4 tires. Make sure to close the ball valve at the pressure gauge first. 

Step 2
Inflate or deflate

To deflate, simply open the ball valve and let the air can rush out. To inflate, first connect your air source to the standard industrial quick connect before opening the ball valve.

Whether inflating or deflating, close to ball valve periodically to get a more accurate pressure reading on the digital gauge.

Step 3
Disconnect chucks and check pressure

Go around and individually check each tire's pressure when disconnecting the tire chucks in order to make sure all pressures are set correctly.

Step 4
Open ball valve and packing

Congratulations, your tire's pressure are now set and perfectly equalized!

Before packing your system, don't forget to open the ball valve in order to bleed out the remaining air pressure in the hoses. 

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