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Old 09-06-09, 08:14 PM   #1
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Pump?

I like to buy a pump that can be attached to my bike's frame. I have Enduro by Specialized. Which one to buy?
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Old 09-06-09, 08:33 PM   #2
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A couple of pumps with good reps that I like-



Blackburn Mammoth:
http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...h+Pump+09.aspx


Topeak Topeak Mini Morph:
http://www.jensonusa.com/store/produ...orph+Pump.aspx

Allmost all the portable pumps come with brackets to fit the pump to the frame.
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+1 on the Mammoth. I'm getting ready to switch back to a pump from CO2 and I'm going back to a Mammoth. Huge stroke for a little pump. You can get them for 9.99 on line right no. (google shopping)

Rebuildable too. Kits are on ebay.
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Topeak Mountain Morph.

And put the pump in your hydration pack if you're carrying one.
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and put the pump in your hydration pack if you're carrying one.
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Topeak Road Morph G.

It says "Road" on it, but I have found no reason not to use it on my mountain bike. Longer barrel = quicker inflation.
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I got the blackburn pump and it is impressive how much air it pump in one stroke...
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Topeak Mountain Morph.

And put the pump in your hydration pack if you're carrying one.
Great pump, but a bit bulky.
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Topeak Mountain Morph.

And put the pump in your hydration pack if you're carrying one.
I am trying to get rid of my hydration pack. I have injured shoulder and thats the reason to put things on the frame and clean up the weight from my upper body
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I am trying to get rid of my hydration pack. I have injured shoulder and thats the reason to put things on the frame and clean up the weight from my upper body
One of the Topeak Morphs should be appropriate, given your user name!
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One of the Topeak Morphs should be appropriate, given your user name!
LOL very true. It seems very wide on the picture, I hope it fits nice on the frame.
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