For the perfect pressure A shock pump with an accurate, easy-to-read gauge and a thread-on design that minimizes bleed off so you can easily adjust your shock pressure. The perfect pressure takes precision. The Bontrager Shock Pump features a large, easy-to-read gauge for accurate readings, a bleed valve for pinpoint accuracy, and a thread-on design that quickly attaches to front and rear suspension shocks for a reliable, secure connection. - Easy-to-read gauge that is accurate to 400 PSI - Threaded design for a secure connection that reduces bleed down - Bleed valve reduces pressure in small increments - Suitable for use with front forks and rear shocks
A precision fork and shock pump with an easy-to-read dial gauge for accurate pressure readings up to 360 psi / 24.8 bar. An air release button and Pressure-Rite connector makes setting proper pressure easy and eliminates air loss when disconnecting, while the flexible hose takes stress off the valve stem when pumping. - Head: Pressure-Rite shock valve - Guage: 360 psi / 24.8 bar, Analog - Handle: Dual density polymer - Dimensions: 21.5 x 4.5 x 4.3 cm / 8.5" x 1.8 x 1.7" - Volume per stroke: 11cc - Barrel: Aluminum - Pressure Tuning: Air release button - Features: Flexible rotating hose - Weight: 170 g / 5.98 oz
RockShox simplifies your pack with this HP 2-Stage Air Pump. Throw it in your pack for every ride and you have both a shock and tire pump that boasts a 300psi capacity. The aluminum construction makes it super durable and the head fits both presta and Schrader valves. A large removable gauge is easy to read and the air-release button makes fine tuning pressure in shocks and tires a breeze. And it includes a mounting clip to mount to water bottle bosses.
Get accurate and precise results every time with RockShox's High-Pressure Digital Fork/Shock Pump. It features an aluminum barrel with an ergonomic handle, a handy finger-tap bleed adjust button for fine-tuning settings, and a large digital BAR/PSI readout. It runs off one CR2032 battery (included) and the hose swivels 360-degrees to fit anywhere.
Keep your suspension pressure dialed-in with RockShox's High-Pressure Fork/Shock Pump. It features an aluminum barrel with an ergonomic handle, a handy finger-tap bleed adjust button for fine-tuning settings, and a large gauge. The hose swivels 360-degrees to fit anywhere.
The Digital Shock Drive features incredibly compact and lightweight aluminum construction with a cleverly integrated hose that threads into the handle when not in use. Highlighting the Digital Shock Drive is the ultra low-profile digital gauge that’s built into the pump’s aluminum body. This innovative design keeps the pump extremely compact, yet still provides a highly accurate measurement of air pressure. It provides up to 350 psi (24 bar) and features a zero-loss chuck design, which unthreads from the shock after the valve pin seals itself. This is the ultimate shock pump to throw in a pack and use for trailside adjustments.
Grip and rip with Lezyne's Shock Drive portable shock pump. With a full CNC-machined aluminum body, tough composite gauge, and palm-sized ergonomic handle, you can pump reps with Schwarzenegger pep till your shock's content. The zero-loss chuck ensures accurate ride pressures up to 400 psi, and its light weight and durability make it great for trail or shop use.
The Cane Creek Double Barrel Air Digital Shock Pump offers a digital display and zero-loss air valve to provide the most accurate pressure on both forks and rear shocks. Laser etching on the body allows you to precisely measure sag, the most important step in setting up an air-sprung suspension. - Max 300 PSI - 285mm length - Digital gauge - Rotating hose - Zero-loss air valve - Dual stage release for zero air loss
Bontrager's Shock Pump keeps your suspension plush and right where it needs to be. It works with front forks and rear shocks and the angled head puts funky valves within easy reach. The gauge is dual sided so you can actually see what your pressure you're getting to and the precision bleed valve reduces pressure in tiny increments to dial you in.
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