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Mad Manny
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Henk, cut those silly battery clamps off the compressor wire, fit a red Brad harrison, then fit a red Brad Harrison outlet point on the front of the vehicle.

That way you dont need to open the bonnet to inflate.

I have Brad Harrisons on the front and rear.

Helps, especially when inflating the trailer.

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Thanks Manny!

That is actually a great idea!

I already have the BH at the back for towing a trailer. Might just as well use it. Will also, like you mention, bring it close to the trailer.

Where did you put/hide the one in the front?

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Mad Manny wrote:
Thu May 26, 2022 5:10 pm
Indeflate is the best way.
I was one of the first to use one.
Great product.

The 4 pipe one is a bit stupid though...
I agree with you.

Not the cheapest, but makes life so much easier. Helps a lot with inflating as well.

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The one big advantage of the Indeflate, is you don't have to crouch next to your tyre while deflating.
You can deflate while standing.
These guys who prefer other deflaters clearly enjoy crouching next to each tyre - like peasants...
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Mad Manny wrote:
These guys who prefer other deflaters clearly enjoy crouching next to each tyre - like peasants...

Our knees still work and not getting old!
It's all relative...

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Yebbut, I don't enjoy going down on my knees like you guys do...
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Mad Manny wrote:
Fri May 27, 2022 4:23 pm
The one big advantage of the Indeflate, is you don't have to crouch next to your tyre while deflating.
You can deflate while standing.
These guys who prefer other deflaters clearly enjoy crouching next to each tyre - like peasants...
This true. Gives you the opportunity to see how the others do it. :lol:

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… yip …
Look ‘n Learn
while the others
Show ‘n Tell !
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Thanks a lot Henk for the video's

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* Also a fan of the video lengths

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The wife deflates the tires for me.

As for length of videos. Spot on with the duration.

Keep it up. Very good content
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Mike Nel wrote:
Tue May 31, 2022 9:15 am
The wife deflates the tires for me.

As for length of videos. Spot on with the duration.

Keep it up. Very good content
I like your idea, should have added it as another method. :lol:

Thanks for the feedback on the video and glad that you do enjoy it.

Timing is a challenge, deciding what to show and what not.

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My latest video is now up on YouTube. In this video I try to focus a bit on people who has never been on a trail, but want to test their 4x4. Things they can consider. Hopefully I was able to raise valid points.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhMx-J-_CBM

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