Thoroughly frustrated with my deflators


TJ Guru
Supporting Member
Nov 20, 2015
Quail Valley, CA
Anybody out there with Coyote deflators have a package with a patent number on it? It would be fun to read. All patents are public as far as I know. It's pretty easy to find patents from big companies like ARB but I couldn't find anything relevant from this guy or his company.
You'd think you'd learn by now that I don't post up shit I can't prove. It is also not a requirement from the USTPO to put the number on anything. Harry has given me permission to share his patent info. (Deflator).pdf


Notable member
Supporting Member
Jan 17, 2020
Twin Cities, MN
Just to follow up, I love these deflators.

Used them several times on my last trip and they work great.

Go around the Jeep installing them and once I’ve put them all on it takes about as long to spray my bald head with sunscreen and the first is done. By the time it’s removed the second is done and so on.

Really glad I bought them. Much easier than my ARB tool.

Mr. Bills

TJ Expert
Nov 24, 2017
Area Code 530
The end of the story, for me anyway, is that I bought an Indeflate and absolutely love it.
Sorry you didn't like your Coyote deflators, but glad you now have something you do. If there wasn't more than one way to do things we would all still be driving Model T's, all painted black.

You should offer your Coyote deflators for sale. Someone on this forum could probably use them. If not, let me know. I could resell them for you.


TJ Enthusiast
Apr 27, 2018
I could only imagine what....
I’m was a smooth tread on a salesman’s car. That guy took me everywhere. But one of my litter mates had a blowout in New Mexico, and that’s the last time we saw him.
My cousins was on a Low Rider car and he got the crap beat out him for fun.
One of my other cousins was a knobby dude. He got dragged through mud, over rocks and even played in the snow. Up until the time he got shanked by a tree root.

Anybody else got stoner thoughts... jajaja