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    which model silca floor pump do I have, need to replace the tire pressure gauge??

    I bought a silca pump about six years ago. I'm having trouble figuring out which model it is. It's got a wooden handle and is all metal just like most silcas. The odd part is it has a tire pressure gauge up near the top of the pump. I want to replace the tire pressure gauge and want to make sure the replacement silca tire gauge will fit this silca.
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    Take it to a bike shop and they can order the part for you or you can get a new pump for ~$20-$25.
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    Maybe drop them an email.

    http://www.silcapompe.it/contacts_en.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick burns View Post
    always so helpful!
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    I don't know if it helps, but mine has a wooden handle and a black metal body with the guage at the bottom. It's either a Super Piste (which I think it is) or just a plain Piste.

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    Thanks for the suggestion, Nick. The silca customer service guy or gal was kind enough to send me a replacement gauge for my six year old pump! Turns out it's a super pista supreme.
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    Very cool. I've never heard of that model, must have been one they phased out quickly. Nice to hear they still support it though.

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