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Lezyne Shock Drive Pump

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MSRP : $44.99


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Product Description

-Compact CNC machined aluminum shock pump, ideal for trail-side adjustments -Precision water resistant gauge integrated into hose -Hose threads onto shock valves for a secure connection


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by enregistree a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: December 5, 2013

Strengths:    CNCed from aluminium, it's very light (claimed weight 84g). Valve is threaded from outside to fasten it to the handle when not in use, which protects it against dirt. It is so small you can carry it in your backpack all the time.

Weaknesses:    Gauge might be not very accurate.

Bottom Line:   
Outstanding design! Valve is at the end of flexible hose, and valve is rotating when fastening to shock.

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Favorite Trail:   Skalka to Revnice downhill (near Prague, CZ)

Price Paid:    $33.00

Purchased At:   local shop

Similar Products Used:   Regular larger pumps with circular gauge

Bike Setup:   kona FS & fox • bomber • eggbeaters / dmr • wtb • race face • schwalbe • novatec • mavic • avid xo trail • sram • xtr

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