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    Pump recommendations?

    What's a good pump to carry along for flat fixing?

    I'm not on a mountain bike, but I've got 26x2.125 tires @ 45 psi, so I figured y'all might be familiar with pumps that work well on them. I'm not too concerned about weight or small size, more about usability.

    I see some "Best Pump" posts in the roadie forum, but they're blowing little skinny tires up to 160 psi, so I don't know if that's the best for my use.

    Thanks!
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    Topeak Road Morph. I've used a lot of pumps, nothing else comes close.

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    use your best eye kenhill3's Avatar
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    Yes, without hesitation the Topeak Road Morph. Recommended by the many.
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    I like the Hanz-Franz pump.
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    Anything that says Topeak on it.

    I use a Co2 inflator though...
    I just say something about fixies being sooo trendy right now. That is hipster kryptonite. -Anon

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    I ride mountain and use this one: http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...orph+Pump.aspx

    Has a "fold out foot" feature and gauge option. Easy to use. It's a bit long, but stashes easily in a Camelback. When someone in the group flats, they always want to borrow it. One guy borrowed it and broke the fold out foot. I emailed Topeak and the part (free) arrived withing a few days. Great customer service. And superb product.

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    I've also had great service from Topeak... Would certainly buy from them again.

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    +1000 On the Topeak Road Morph!

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    CO2 ... who needs a pump
    I only pedal uphill.

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