bing tracking image
  1. Tire Repair Tools
  2. Bulldog Winch
  3. Deflators
Bulldog Winch Automatic Tire Deflators - Brass - Qty 4

Bulldog Winch Automatic Tire Deflators - Brass - Qty 4

Item # BDW33SV
Retail:$57.64
Our Price: $36.47
Tire Repair Tools
Add to cart
In Stock
Bulldog Winch Automatic Tire Deflators - Brass - Qty 4 BDW33SV
zoom in icon
slider vertical icon
zoom out icon
Comment field cannot be left empty.
Name field cannot be left empty.

Thank you! Your comment has been submitted successfully. You should be able to view your question/comment here within a few days.

Error submitting comment. Please try again momentarily.

Product Images

Need help with installation?
Locate installers near me
Attach these deflators to your tires at the trailhead and they will automatically deflate to a preset pressure. Factory preset at 15 lbs, but can be adjusted from 5 to 30 lbs. Just unscrew your existing valve stem caps and screw these on. Great Prices for the best tire repair tools from Bulldog Winch. Bulldog Winch Automatic Tire Deflators - Brass - Qty 4 part number BDW33SV can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
  • All Info
  • Reviews (12)
  • Q & A (0)
  • Videos (1)
  • Photos

Bulldog Winch Tire Repair Tools - BDW33SV

  • Deflators
  • Bulldog Winch

Attach these deflators to your tires at the trailhead and they will automatically deflate to a preset pressure. Factory preset at 15 lbs, but can be adjusted from 5 to 30 lbs. Just unscrew your existing valve stem caps and screw these on.


Features:

  • Tire deflators automatically deflate all 4 tires to a preset level
    • Perfect for setting tire pressure levels at the trailhead
  • Adjustable from 5 lbs to 30 lbs
    • Factory preset to 15 lbs
  • Easy installation - unscrew existing valve stem caps and screw deflators on
  • Machined brass deflators are durable and corrosion resistant
  • Locking nut secures deflators to tires
  • Includes 4 deflators and handy storage case
  • 1-Year limited warranty


42068 Bulldog Winch Tire Pressure Gauge - Digital - 0 to 200 psi





Video of Bulldog Winch Automatic Tire Deflators - Brass - Qty 4

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Review of Bulldog Winch Tire Inflation and Repair - Deflators - BDW33SV

Jeff Hello everybody, this is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today we'll take a look at the Bulldog Winch automatic tire deflators for quantity of four. Now these tire deflators will attach to your tire's vale stems and they'll automatically deflate all four tires to a preset level. So these are perfect for setting tire pressure levels at the trail head. Not deflating tires to a lower pressure improves your off-road traction and smooths out the vehicle ride. Now, these are adjustable pressures from five PSI to a 30 PSI.

When you receive these, they come factory preset to 15 PSI. But basically to adjust the pressure setting on the deflator, it's pretty simple to do. What you'll do is find a tire or a spare tire that you wanna reduce to what pressure you need. So if you wanna reduce it, this would be your valve stem that would be on your tire. So what you'll do is just take your valve cap off and then you'll put a deflator on there to reduce it.

Get a tire gauge and deflate it to what pressure you want. Once you reduce that tire or that spare tire to the pressure you want, then what you'll do, is you'll take this deflator here and you'll remove, unloosen this lock nut. There's a lock nut right here. Just loosen that lock nut and then twist the lock nut all the way down and then take the adjusting cap and twist that all the way down. Once you have both of them all the way down, then what you'll do is screw that onto the tire that you reduced to the pressure you want and tighten that all the way down until it snugs up.

Once that's all tightened down, then what you'll do, is unscrew this adjusting cap and just keep unscrewing it until you'll start to hear air come out. By here, you'll see a hole, and as you start unscrewing that, once the air starts coming out, then you'll stop and then tighten it back a little bit. And that's the air pressure you wanna set on the deflator and then to keep it set, you just take your lock nut tighten it all the way up, snug it down and it'll keep that adjusting cap at the air pressure you want. And then what you'll do is just remove it from that tire and that deflator will be all set to the pressure you want. And then you'll just repeat it with the three other ones to set those.

So very simple to set it to what air pressure you want. And it is a very easy installation to install these. As I showed you, you just screw them onto the existing valve stems. These are a machine brass deflator which is very durable and corrosion resistant. And as you can see does includes the four deflators. And if you notice a nice zippered storage case that you can just zip it closed to keep them protected and then store wherever you need them. But that should do it for the review on the Bulldog Winch automatic tire deflators for a quantity of four..

Customer Satisfaction Score:


Customer Reviews

Bulldog Winch Automatic Tire Deflators - Brass - Qty 4 - BDW33SV

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (12 Customer Reviews)

Attach these deflators to your tires at the trailhead and they will automatically deflate to a preset pressure. Factory preset at 15 lbs, but can be adjusted from 5 to 30 lbs. Just unscrew your existing valve stem caps and screw these on.

by:

I was not satisfied with the product. The case was nice and the look of the tire deflators was quality, but I just couldn’t get deflators to function properly. Some of the deflators let air out at different rates and a couple hardly let any air out regardless of the adjustment of the deflator. The poorly performing deflators were used on various valve stems to ensure it was not a faulty valve stem. Extensive effort was used to calibrate deflators to 10 psi and not one of the deflators was able to hold that setting effectively



by:

Great product, they work as advertised. Excellent customer service from etrailer.



by:

They work as advertised.



by:

Product was delivered on time- as shown. Brass is good quality; less expensive than other ones I've seen. Big help at beach access this summer!



by:

Work as advertised. Easy to adjust.



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:



by:


12
12

See what our Experts say about this Bulldog Winch Tire Repair Tools

  • Replacement Camera For A Voyager RV Camera System On A 2009 Renegade Motorhome
    If you have the old first generation system like I'm thinking you have then you can replace the rear camera with part # VGR84VR. You should have a 4-pin CEC connector on your current camera if this is the case and your monitor would not have the "WiSight 2.0" logo on it. The 1st and 2nd generations of these camera systems are not cross compatible so it's imperative that you choose the correct generation equipment. The # VGR84VR is the only portion of the 1st generation systems that we...
    view full answer...

Info for this part was:

Employee Jeff D
Installed by:
Jeff D
Employee Matthew S
Written by:
Matthew S
Employee Daron K
Edited by:
Daron K

At etrailer.com we provide the best information available about the products we sell. We take the quality of our information seriously so that you can get the right part the first time.