The My Off Road Radio, MORRFlate Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit- Inflate, Deflate, Equalize up to 4 Tires at Once!
General Info — Usage — Vehicle Fit — Pricing — FAQs
What is a MORRFlate?
The MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit is our invention taken from a conglomerate of ideas on the market for off road inflation and deflation systems. We looked at various other designs on the market that use different components, in different ways. After 4 years of development, finding all of the best parts that work together seamlessly and effortlessly, and then testing it in rugged terrains such as The Rubicon Trail, and Fordyce Creek Trail, we have finally hit a final product!
The MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit is a portable, off road tire inflation/deflation system. It is plug-n-play, 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 wheeling!
You can use it to inflate and deflate your tires without moving air hoses between tires, or constantly squatting to check PSIs.
You can also use it to equalize all of the tire pressures on your vehicle. It is also extremely easy to set your front tires at a different PSI from your rear tires.
Key Parts That Make the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit Awesome
A couple of key components that make the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit awesome, is the Flexzilla hose and the Haltec air chucks.
The Flexzilla hose is kink resistant, wear resistant, temperature resistant (-40 to 140 degrees), it will ALWAYS lay flat and never hold memory, no matter how long you keep it coiled up in your rig over the non-wheeling seasons. It is also extremely pliable and easy to handle. The neon green color also makes it so that you will always know exactly where it is at all times.
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.
How Do I Use the MORRFlate to Inflate and Deflate My Tires?
Simplicity and convenience are key with the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit, and that is exactly what you get! Just take the MORRFlate out of its plush and rugged carrying bag, make sure the ball valve on the manifold is closed, and attach the 4 air chucks to your 4 tires.
In order to air down, once the air chucks are attached to the desired tires, open the ball valve!
To air up, connect the ball valve to an air source, open the ball valve, and turn on your air source. Air will flow from your air source, into all 4 of your tires.
To check the PSI of your tires, turn off your air source (if using an air source that does not have a regulator or pressure switch), close the ball valve, wait 5 seconds for the tires to self-equalize, then attach your MORRFlate Digital Gauge to the valve stem on the manifold. The reading is what all of the connected tires are at.
The MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit is Simple and Easy
By using a MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit, you save the hassle and annoyance of airing up and down. Just think of EVERYTHING you go through just to air down and air up 1 tire. Now multiply that by 4 for all of your tires. With the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit, all 4 of those processes are brought down to doing it only once. You then get to lounge back and have a drink, or tidy up your rig, or get other things ready for the trail. All while the MORRFlate does the tedious work for you. We personally pull out our lounge chair and a drink, and lounge back next to someone else that is constantly walking around their rig getting their squats in.
With a Staun Deflator, you can attach it to the valve stem on the MORRFlate’s manifold. Your MORRFlate will then stop letting air out of the tires once you reach the desired PSI set on your Deflators. This will take a LOT longer to do, as the Stauns only release air so quickly. If you want to try this method, we recommend releasing air through the ball valve until you are within 5-10 PSI of the Stauns. Then go the rest of the way with the Stauns. It will take longer, but you will be able to do other things like cook some pancakes while you air down.
The MORRFlate Digital Guage is hands down the best gauge you can get for your MORRFlate.
This beautiful beast measures 0-200 psi, and can handle upwards of 300 psi without damaging the unit. This means that you can use it on (pretty much) any 4×4 or off road air application, including CO2 Tanks and any off roading compressor currently on the market.
Sure, rotary, analog gauges might be less expensive, but they also only read accurate in the very middle of their range. A 0-60 psi analog dial gauge can be as far off as 10-12psi near 0 or 60, yet will read accurately at 30 psi. This means, that with analog gauges, you really need to have separate gauges to air up and air down with.
With our MORRFlate Digital Gauge, you get within 1% accuracy down to the tenth of a PSI across the entire range of 0 to 200 PSI. One guage. Simple and easy. Accurate. Precise. And crazy rugged.
Thanks to the 3 tooth locking air chucks, your MORRFlate Digital Guage also won’t eat up the threads on your MORRFlate manifold, thus ensuring a life time of durability and usability. This also allows you to use your MORRFlate Digital Guage on your buddies’ rigs if they need to borrow a bad ass gauge for a bit. When you are all done, just store it safely and conveniently in your MORRFlate Bag front accessory pocket!
Will the MORRFlate Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit Fit My Vehicle?
The MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit is built to fit vehicles with a hub to hub measurement (WMS hub to hub) of 85 inches or smaller. And a wheelbase (hub to hub wheelbase) of 125 inches or smaller. This includes all Jeep Wranglers (JK, JL, JT, TJ, LJ, YJ, CJ), most Tacomas (the Dual Cab Long Bed will need a MORRFlate +), and all 4Runners.
It is setup for an air source in the middle of the front or rear bumper. If you have a mobile 12v compressor that you hook up to your battery, this works great. If you have your on board air source hookup somewhere else on your vehicle, we also make 8 ft MORRFlate Leads that can be fed from your air source location, to the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit. These work great if your air source connection is in the bed of your pickup, or in your engine bay next to your master brake cylinder or firewall.
The MORRFlate+ Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit will fit vehicles with a maximum WMS hub to hub measurement of 95 inches, and a maximum hub to hub wheelbase of 155 inches. If, for some reason you need something bigger, Contact Us for a free custom quote.
MORRFlate Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit Pricing
The MORRFlate Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit is a simple $179.99 (plus tax if you are purchasing from within the state of California). Shipping is free!
The MORRFlate+ Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit runs you $199.99 (plus tax from within California). Shipping is free!
The MORRFlate Lead is $24.99 (plus tax in CA, and free shipping with a MORRFlate or MORRFlate+ order).
The MORRFlate Digital Gauge is $24.99 (plus tax in CA, and free shipping with a MORRFlate or MORRFlate+ order).
Both versions of the MORRFlate Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit come with a 1 Year Warranty and a 60 day “No Questions Asked” return policy.
MORRFlate Off Road 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit FAQs.
Q: Do I need a minimum volume output compressor to make the MORRFlate work?
A: Nope, no minimum! However, there is a maximum on it: Roughly 20-25 CFM. This is limited by the valve stems on your tires. So, if you have high flow valve stems, this number can be increased drastically. Have you ever used a compressor, where, while airing up, the gauge was reading a higher PSI than when the compressor was off? This indicates that your compressor puts out more air than your inflation system can handle. In other words, there is a bottleneck in the system (usually your tire valve stems), and the compressor is putting out more air than the bottleneck can handle.
This usually happens around 4.5 CFM and higher being pushed into a single tire. This is generally bad on a compressor because the back log of air pressure in the compressor makes the compressor work harder, run hotter, and use more power from your battery. By splitting the airflow 4 ways, you alleviate the back log of pressure on the compressor. This helps your $500 ARB Twin Compressor run cooler, and last much longer.
Q: Is my compressor powerful enough to push air into all 4 tires at once?
A: Absolutely! If you were able to fill up your tires before, then using a MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit will just be easier on your compressor. Just make sure that your compressor is rated for the PSI that you plan on putting in your tires.
Q: How long does it take to fill up a set of 4 tires with the MORRFlate?
A: Your mileage may vary. With our Smittybilt 5.65CFM Compressor (on Amazon for roughly $150), we were able to fill up our set of 37×12.50×15 tires in under 14 minutes. This was from the time we connected the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit to the tires, to the time we turned off the compressor. We fill up our 28 inch Rav4 tires in under 5 minutes.
With our new ARB Twin Compressor and 5 gallon air tank on board air setup, it takes us on average of 5 minutes on the dot to air up our set of four 36×13.50×15 Iroks.
We have personally aired up some 33×12.50×17 tires with a PowerTank in under 45 seconds. And some 38.50×14.50×17 tires with an ARB Twin Compressor in under 15 minutes. If you add an air tank into the mix, you will get even faster times.
Deflating our 37×12.50×15 tires was even quicker at 11 minutes, 9 seconds. Our tires are also mounted on a 3500lb 1st Gen 4Runner. So, your 5,000lb Jeep or 7,000lb full size will air down even quicker with more weight pushing the air out of the tires.
Q: What air connection is on the manifold to connect to an air source?
A: The ball valve has an “Industrial/Milton Adapter” to connect into an air source. You will need an “Industrial/Milton Coupler” or a “Universal Coupler” on your air source in order to connect to the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit.
If you need a coupler, then add one on when you place your order. Our I/M Couplers come setup on a 1/4″ Hose Barb. All you need to do is push the barb into your air source hose, and add a hose clamp to it. If you don’t have a hose, then remove the barb, and screw the coupler onto a 1/4″ Male NPT connector for your air source. Make sure to use nylon pipe thread tape!
Q: Does the MORRFlate 4 Tire Inflation Deflation Kit come with a gauge?
A: It does not! The tricky thing about air gauges is that they only read accurately in the very middle of the gauge. So, if you have a dial gauge that reads from 0-100 psi, it will only read accurately at 50 psi. The further away from middle that the gauge gets, the further away in accuracy it gets as well. So, on a 0-100 psi gauge, if you are airing down to 10psi, the reading on the gauge could be upwards of 5 psi off at that measurement!! Crazy right?!
We have found that the best way to run gauges is to find 2 gauges that work for your intended tire PSIs. If you normally air up to 45 psi, then you will want a 0-90 psi gauge. If you normally air down to 5 psi, then you will want to find a 0-10 psi gauge. Because everyone’s vehicle requires different a different psi in their tires depending on lots of different variables, we do not offer gauges as a standard item…… yet! But if you send us an inquiry, we would love to put some together for your specific off road needs 🙂
Q: I have other questions! Where can I get them answered?
A: You can ask them in 4 different ways! Please allow 24-48 hours for an answer, as we often find ourselves getting lost in the mountains for a few days at a time.
- Contact Us via the website
- Email us at MORRInfo@myoffroadradio.com
- Leave a comment below!
- Head over to the MORRFlate Forums and ask there!
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