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Old 05-30-09, 12:04 PM   #1
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Any frame pump reccomendations?

Ok my co2 inflator irritated me today. And since I really think everyone should have a frame pump anyway, anyone know of a good of a good frame pump that is easily mounted and out of the way as well as reliable? I used to have a Zefal but I think one of the youngones used it as a light sabre.
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Old 05-30-09, 02:47 PM   #2
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I like Topeak Mini Morphs, mounted on a bracket with the water bottle cage.
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Topeak Road Morph G

The King of all mid-size pumps.
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Hmm, I thought the answer might have a "Topeak" init.Does the Road Morph have a way of mounting like the mini? If not, how do you carry yours GK1?
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Hmm, I thought the answer might have a "Topeak" init.
I think all the Morph pumps come with a bracket that attachs the pump beside the water-bottle cage. At least all of mine did (currently 4 in the garage).

I used to think there was no replacement for my old Silca Impero frame pump. Now, well... you'll get my Road Morph from me when you pry it from my cold, dead, fingers.

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