Originally Posted by biffgnar
For airing down use the Currie style deflator that includes gauge. For airing up your cheapy is fine.
I looked them up, they are one tire at a time. I am using a four pack of deflators now, I basically screw one on, then the next and by the time I have the four on, the first is down and ready for checking. I set the deflators once at the shop with a good amflo gauge and they seem to work fine but the gauge I am using in the field, shows up a three lb difference, big when your not running locks.
That said, does the Currie DF need to have the valve stem removed to work?
Thanks a bunch!