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Donald Ruppe

One way of keeping the pump from damaging the valve is to use one hand to keep the pump on the valve as you pump . To do this is to hold the pump and wheel together . And to remove the pump strike it straight off the valve .


I've had good luck with the Topeak Mini Morph. Very easy to use.

David Ales

Best portable bike pump. We can easily handle carry on everywhere.

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