Introducing the MORRFlate – The 4-way tire inflator kit from My Off-Road Radio
If you are familiar with airing up and down your tires, it can be quite the process. With the standard inflator, and deflator, combined with a portable air compressor, you have to manually air up and down each tire individually.
There is a solution to individual airing up and down your tires, look into a 4-way tire inflation system. If you are looking for a high-quality 4-way tire inflator and deflator system that will save you time and effort, we found it.
Tyler from My Off-Road Radio designed one of the coolest tire inflation/deflation kits I have seen, the MORRFlate and the MORRFlate+. There are quite a few people in the off-road community who build their own DIY 4-way inflation kit, but none quite like the MORRFlate.
If you are looking for an efficient off-road tire inflator and deflator system, you should consider checking out the MORRFlate. Everything from the fittings to the manifold and the tubing to the clamps is truly impressive. You can tell that a high level of thought went into the design, production and everyday use of this product.
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MORRFlate Off-Road Tire Inflator & Deflator
After nearly 3 years of research and product testing, the MORRFlate is now ready for the masses. This is a complete plug-n-play inflator/deflator kit that is ready to use out of the box.
There are a few key components that make the MORRFlate so badass. Unlike many other inflator/deflator systems on the market, the MORRFlate tubing does not kink or bind. It is incredibly strong, will never hold memory when stored, and temperature resistant (-40 to 140 degrees). The fittings are all high-quality and the air chucks that fit onto your valve stem are strong and efficient.
The Haltec air chucks default closed (they won’t let air out when pressurized). They have 3 lock-on-teeth to lock onto your valve stems (no more air chucks coming loose and leaking air!). The teeth don’t engage until you engage the locking collar, which helps your valve stems and the Haltec teeth last longer. To pull them off, just pull the locking collar away from the valve steam, thus releasing the teeth and the air chuck all in one swift, easy movement. Read more about the MORRFlate here.
What I love about this inflator kit is that it’s extremely pliable, easy to handle and can be stored in almost any location you can imagine.
Some other inflation kits come with air tubing that is awkward, pre-coiled and just difficult to store. Even that popular Husky hose (blue air tubing) is a pain in the ass when it comes to storage. It’s large, bulky and difficult to find a home for.
When I first used the MORRFlate, I was sold. I might never use another air inflator/deflator system again.
There is a MORRFlate and then a MORRFlate+
My Off-Road Radio offers a few options for their air kit. You can choose a kit that accommodates your wheelbase, and then add MORRFlate leads if you need them.
On a side note, the wheelbase on the 5th Gen 4Runner is 112″.
- The MORRFlate is the standard inflator/deflator kit offered by MORR.
- The MORRFlate+ is a longer version for wheelbases longer than 120″ but shorter than 155″
- Optional MORRFlate Leads: An 8ft lead to go from wherever you have your air source located, to the MORRFlate.
Find it online:
- MORRFlate Quad (125″ Wheelbase 4Runner/Tacoma): Check Price
- MORRFlate Quad (155″ Wheelbase Tundra/Full-Size Trucks): Check Price
- Adapter Kits: Check Price
- MORRFlate Extensions: Check Price
The MORRFlate also comes with a 1-year warranty and a 60-day no-questions-asked return policy.
Using the MORRFlate 4-way tire inflation system
Your MORRFlate comes as a plug-n-play kit, ready to go out of the box. There is no setup required. There is no installation required.
Just throw it in your rig and go explore!
The MORRFlate is simple to use.
In order to air down, clip on the air chucks onto all of the tires you want to be aired down, then open the ball valve! You can also add an ARB deflator to check your pressure. Once you have reached your desired air pressure, close the ball valve and remove the air chucks. That’s it.
Now, all four tires are at the exact same PSI.
To air up, connect all of the air chucks to the tires you want to be aired up, then connect the ball valve to an air source, open the ball valve, and turn on your air source.
To check the PSI of your tires, turn off your air source (if using a compressor that does not have a pressure switch), close the ball valve, wait 5 seconds for the tires to self-equalize, then attach a gauge to the valve stem on the manifold. The reading is what all the connected tires are at.
MORRFlate is Functional and Convenient
The big thing to keep in mind is that the functionality is awesome, but it’s the convenience factor that moved me to switch my process.
Just the pure ease of use and how relaxing it makes airing up and down.
I literally sit around talking to people at nearby trucks, or have a beer, or sit on a log and lounge back while everyone else is hustling around their rigs, squatting down over and over, checking and re-checking PSIs, moving hoses around, etc.
There are other solutions out there that require drilling into your trucks wheel wells in order to get hoses and chucks attached. And as these solutions are nice, they are not for everyone.
If you want a plug-n-play convenient air inflation/ deflation kit that does not require drilling and is incredibly portable, the MORRFlate is a solid option.
Tyler at My Off-Road Radio is knowledgeable, reliable and pretty dang skilled behind the wheel. Simple as that.
If you have even the simplest of questions, reach out, his support is top notch as well.