Product will quickly evacuate air without removing valve cores
Sockets are clearly marked with wheel position so that the TPMS will not need to be reset (RF - Right Front, LF - Left Front, RR - Right Rear and LR - Left Rear)
Red anodizing makes tool clearly visible on most rims and tires
Back side of tool allows for convenient storage of stem cap and for socket to be kept on stem after deflating
Knurling allows for firm grip even in greasy situations
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DEFLATORS WITH TPMS LOCATION is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Love emThese can be very useful for some techs. I use em when programing tpms sensors with scan tool (some require you to deflate/inflate). I use em to do tires too instead of removing core. Love em.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 4 out of
useful time saveruseful quick to use saves time relearning tpms location and for quick flat repairs with out have to remove valve stem core
Date published: 2019-12-27
Rated 2 out of
Not Sure How To Use TheseSo I bought these thinking I could use them to speed up the process of replacing tires on a wheel with tpms. I ended up screwing them in, evacuating the air and then when I put the wheel on the tire machine because of the extra height now on the valve stem, it snapped off the stem as I tried to break the bead. Also, you cannot inflate the tires with these on. I know it seems obvious now, but at the time I thought these would save me time and money. In the end, it's something that sits in my toolbox and I have only used one. I cannot think of another reason that I would ever need to air down all the tires unless replacing tires. Also, if you did keep these on you wouldn't be able to seat the beads because you can't use the air hose on the tops of them. Maybe in the future they will come out with a version that twists so you can inflate or deflate.