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Goodyear Dual Flow Tire Inflator - Digital

Goodyear Dual Flow Tire Inflator - Digital

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Portable, dual flow digital inflator allows you to accurately inflate your tires. Includes high pressure air hose for tires and high volume air hose for air mattresses, rafts, and water toys. Auto fill feature lets you choose air pressure. Lowest Prices for the best tire inflator from Goodyear. Goodyear Dual Flow Tire Inflator - Digital part number GY74FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Goodyear Tire Inflator - GY74FR

  • Tire Inflator
  • Portable
  • 100 psi
  • 12V
  • Digital Pressure Gauge
  • Goodyear
  • Automatic Shut Off
  • Manual Shut Off

Portable, dual flow digital inflator allows you to accurately inflate your tires. Includes high pressure air hose for tires and high volume air hose for air mattresses, rafts, and water toys. Auto fill feature lets you choose air pressure.


  • Portable inflator allows you to quickly and accurately fill your vehicle's tires up to 100 PSI
    • Capable of flat to full in under 6 minutes
  • Dual flow inflator includes 2 air hoses for high pressure and high volume
    • High pressure hose works with for tires and sports equipment
    • High volume hose works with air mattresses, rafts, and water toys
  • Digital screen allows you to enter target PSI
  • Compressor automatically shuts off when tires reach desired pressure
    • Manual feature can be used when you are unsure of the PSI level you need to fill something
  • Multiple adapters let you air up other inflatables like balls and camping equipment
    • Includes tapered nozzle, ball needle, and high volume adapter tip
  • Built-in LED work light provides enhanced visibility when working at night
  • Connects to your vehicle's 12V power supply
  • Compact size easily stows away in a cargo area or in the trunk


  • Air pressure range: 0 - 100 PSI
  • Air hose length: 22"
  • Power cord length: 12-1/2'
  • Air flow: 17.5 liters per minute (high pressure output)
  • Dimensions: 9-3/8" long x 5-3/16" wide x 6-1/2" tall
  • Weight: 2.1 lbs
  • 2-Year limited warranty

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Video Transcript for Goodyear Dual Flow Tire Inflators Review

What's going on everybody, Adam here with Etrailer. Today we're gonna be taking a look at your options when it comes to the Goodyear Tire Inflator. We have two different types of tire inflators, we're gonna have the dual flow inflators and the smaller more compact single flow inflators. And go ahead and fill up some of your sports equipment with the attachments. Go ahead and screw that on there. Find the hole, stick it in there.

And that took care of that pretty quickly. It's also gonna work for our normal bikes if they have the Schrader valve, and we're not gonna need an adapter for this, screws right on so we can turn this really flat tire into an inflated tire so we can ride. Done deal. If you have Presta valves on your bike, we have a little adapter right here and what you wanna do is go ahead and, thread that on, and to do that you wanna make sure that it's nice and loose of course so we can get down to those threads. Thread it on just like that, and we have a completely flat tire.

I'm gonna go ahead and take this part, thread it on and fill her up. There we go. There's a lot of similarities, but also some differences, it all just depends on what you really plan on using your inflator with. So we're gonna go over all of that information with you now. With both the types of inflators we're gonna have a digital and an analog option.

I like the digital just because you can go ahead and set it to the desired PSI that you want, plug it in, and if it's cold outside, you can sit inside and let it just air up on its own, and it's gonna automatically shut off whenever it's nice and pressured up. If you have a flat at night, we are gonna have a light on the front and one isn't brighter than the other with both different sizes, they're pretty much the same amount of brightness. But one thing I did notice with the digital, the gauge is going to be lit up whenever you plug it in. But with this, the light does well for shining light on whatever you're airing up, but the analog gauge isn't going to light up. So that is one thing to take into mind, because if you are in that situation, you're gonna have to pull out another light, to be able to keep an eye on this gauge.

Both are gonna need to be plugged into a 12 volt outlet on your camper or on your vehicle. It's about 12 and a half feet, so you should have plenty of length to be able to get to all of your different tires. All of them will have a little pocket underneath that will contain all of your chords, it's kind of difficult to get it all in there if you just bunch them all up, so just be nice and neat with it and it'll go in there pretty easily. Both are gonna get a 22 inch high pressure hose. The dual flow is gonna have a rubber hose and then the single flow is gonna have a nice braided hose, but both are gonna be the same exact size and that should be plenty of length to get wherever you need it to go. With all of the tire inflators we are gonna get some pieces here just to air up like a soccer ball or basketball, something like that. And we are gonna have a little tube here. This is gonna be for some of your smaller tubes, rafts, something like that. We have a Schrader valve here and it is on both of them gonna have a little twisty on the end, so it's gonna be nice and easy to get it on nice and secured, and then we have this and this is for your bikes. So if you have a Presta valve on your bike all you wanna do is just go ahead and screw this on to your Presta valve and then this will connect to the end of it, and you can air those up as well. The high pressure hose on both units are gonna go up from 0 to 100 PSI. With the dual flow we're gonna have two different buttons on here, we're gonna have the high pressure, and then we're gonna have the high flowing tube button right here. So on the back, we're gonna have a tube, and this sit right in here. We're gonna have two different outlets, we're gonna have one that's gonna blow air and one that's going to deflate. So you can do it both different ways, it's always a pain getting all the air out of the rafts especially if you have it all packed up really tightly in a smaller trailer like this, so this is definitely something that's gonna be more useful for me and for you, if you have multiple different applications you need some air. If I we're to pick one of these for me, I would definitely go with the dual flow and I wouldn't go with the analog, I would go with the digital, just because you can go ahead and put in exactly how much you want, and it'll be a lot more accurate than just sitting there and eyeing it out. I really like that, being accurate, cause I don't wanna overinflate some things, and also I really like the idea of taking some of the pool stuff that I have and I can inflate and deflate them, this way whenever I'm hauling something that doesn't have a whole lot of room, those pool toys and rafts and stuff for the river really take up a lot of space. So with this, it's just gonna make loading up for the trip a lot easier and packing up to leave a lot quicker too. I always have a whole lot of stuff whenever I'm going on trips, and to be able to save that space to fit more stuff or just be a little bit more comfortable whenever you're going is definitely a plus for me. Now for the fun part, we have to test these out for you. So with the bigger unit we are gonna have about seven minutes of fill up time from 0 to 35 PSI. And that's based on a 195, 65 R15 tire. This one's a little bit beefier. This one is a 235 75 R15, so it might take a little bit longer and we're looking to get about 50, maybe 45 PSI into this tire. And as of right now, I hooked it up, we have about nine and a half PSI. So what we're gonna do is set this up to 45 or 50 and then see how long it actually takes. Right now it displays the PSI we have in our tire currently, 9.5 and then over here is gonna be how much we really wanna set it to, so I'm gonna go ahead and go all the way up to 50. And let's see how long it takes. And here we go. That took about 12 minutes with the dual flow tire inflator. But now we're gonna go ahead and try the smaller one and see if there's any difference. Same exact test with a smaller one, and we have nine and a half PSI and we're gonna go to 50, let's see how it goes. It took 12 minutes, just like the other one that we did, so they're exactly the same, and when it comes to sound, they also sound the same. They're a little loud, but not too loud. And one thing I would definitely recommend is getting the digital gauge just because you don't have to worry about sitting there and monitoring it, and maybe over-inflating your tires. With this, you set it up, you set it and then you can do whatever you need. If it's cold outside, you can go inside and warm up and wait 12 minutes just to get it all aired up. With the analog, you're gonna have to sit there and watch it, and that's just something I don't really wanna do. To sum it all up after using these all day, there's a couple of pros and some cons as well. The pros is they're just nice and compact. You have two different sizes and you have two different kinds, whether it's analog or digital that you prefer, you get to pick what you want. Also, they are multi useful when it comes to having a light on the front. And then of course, if you wanted to inflate some air beds or something like that, you can have that option as well. It's kind of useful that way. One con I don't necessarily love that it's corded, but maybe that works for your application, so go ahead and grab them this way. But another thing I don't like about it is this high flow tube, really doesn't wanna stay there, mainly this one on this side it's just not necessarily gonna stay put all the time. I had to put it on and off a couple of different times. And another thing is I've actually been using these fresh out of the box for a couple of hours now, and the little clip down here kind of snapped off on me. So it's not really for someone who really likes to manhandle things, I didn't really press it that much and I kind of lost a little bit of plastics on the little attachment points here. It's still gonna stay in there, but just be mindful of that especially if you're in colder climates. And that'll do it for our look at the Goodyear Tire Inflator..

Customer Reviews

Goodyear Dual Flow Tire Inflator - Digital - GY74FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

Portable, dual flow digital inflator allows you to accurately inflate your tires. Includes high pressure air hose for tires and high volume air hose for air mattresses, rafts, and water toys. Auto fill feature lets you choose air pressure.

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Ask the Experts about this Goodyear Tire Inflator

  • Best Tire Inflator for Towing a Travel Trailer
    I was unable to get a hold of EcoFlow to confirm if their power station could be used for this purpose. As such, instead of the Goodyear Dual Dual Flow Tire Inflator, part # GY74FR, I recommend the Powerbuilt Digital Air Spring & Tire Inflator with Power Outlet Adapter, part # PB54FR. This inflator comes with a 7-way adaptor for power, which will hook up to your 2020 Ford F-150's 7-way. This works out great since this is guaranteed to be available with your setup. Another benefit...
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  • Portable Tire Inflator That Could be Used with 2021 Chevy Silverado 2500
    Since the Goodyear Dual Flow Tire Inflator # GY74FR that you referenced is rated for up to 100 psi it would easily handle the 70 psi rating your 2021 Chevy Silverado requires and would work well.
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