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Old 06-27-07, 08:20 PM   #1
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help me with a pump/pumps

what would you suggest for a road pump. I am wondering about having one bike pump, and one floor pump. Or a topeak morph, which should techically do double duty. Thing is, I'll have to carry a pump in a messenger bag with some other stuff, so I wonder if the morph is too big. any suggestions?
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Old 06-27-07, 08:32 PM   #2
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I have a road morph and agree it may be too big. How about the mini morph?
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what would you suggest for a road pump. I am wondering about having one bike pump, and one floor pump. Or a topeak morph, which should techically do double duty. Thing is, I'll have to carry a pump in a messenger bag with some other stuff, so I wonder if the morph is too big. any suggestions?
The Topeak Morph is not not going to last doing double duty. You need to buy two pumps. There are plenty of good mini bike pumps, such as the Blackburn Airstik, the Barbieri Titan; both can reach at least 140psi which is more then most roadies put in their tires.

Park makes a good floor pump that only cost $40 and comes with a gauge.
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Old 06-27-07, 08:53 PM   #4
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I have a Park PFP-3 that works great and Park's service is top-notch. The head on mine started leaking a little from the schrader side while using the presta side. I called up Park and they sent me a new head right out and the guy on the phone was super cool. I couldn't ask for anything more.
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