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COYOTE Deflators

Off-road terrain can vary from sand to surf, rocks to boulders and more, including extremes in weather. These challenging trail conditions can be improved by changes in tire pressure. Coyote Automatic Tire Deflators quickly and accurately air-down tires when there’s a need for improved grip, traction, and control.

Available in Sets of Two or Four
COYOTE Automatic Tire Deflators

Pressure Range from 1 to 65 PSI

Starting at $39.00

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Get a BIGGER FOOTPRINT When You Need it MOST!

Coyote Automatic Tire Deflators are the next generation of tire deflator. They take the hard work out of accurately airing down your daily drive and turning it into a trail-ready rig. Set the desired destination air pressure just once and Coyote Automatic Tire Deflators will reliably deflate and automatically shut OFF at exactly that pressure every time. No over or under pressure ever again.

Easy • Fast • Accurate • Adjustable

WE MAKE YOUR TIRES PERFORM

COYOTE BEADLOCKS

The job of a beadlock is to secure a tires’ bead to the rim. They’re necessary because the low pressures often used in off-roading may not hold the bead tightly enough to prevent a tire from slipping or separating from the rim.

Buy One, Four or Five
COYOTE Boltless Beadlocks

Fits 14″ X 7-8″  15″ X 7-10″  15″ X 4-6″  16″ X 7-10″  16.5″ X 7-10″ and  17″ X 7-10″ Rims

Coyote bead locks fit the above rim sizes and are not tire-size or tire-brand specific in contrast to other internal, dual beadlocks.

From $185.01

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  • Locks both INSIDE and OUTSIDE tire beads.
  • Fits your existing stock, aftermarket or beadlock rims
  • Acts as a 3″ high 5- PSI tire and rim protecting BUMP STOP
  • Lightweight – Causes no balance issues
  • Ultra4 and SCORE Class 11 Legal
  • No DOT issues – Street Legal
  • No Bolt circle torque maintenance issues
  • Limp flat capability
  • Five Year Warranty
  • Proudly Built in America

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COMPENSATING TIRE PRESSURE READINGS FOR ELEVATION This may come as a bit of a shock to some and old hat for others, but your tire pressure gauge readings vary with elevation. However, elevation does not change the tire size or the amount of air within. Also, temperature affects pressure readings, but that is not considered in this article. What follows assumes no temperature change. That’s the subject for another article. That’s right; the 10 PSI(G) you read at sea level is not the same as the 10 PSI(G) you measure at 7,000 feet. The air pressure  -   Read More   -