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Shock Pumps

Lezyne Digital Shock Drive
$114.99
The Digital Shock Drive features incredibly compact and lightweight aluminum construction with a cleverly integrated hose that threads into the handle when not in use. Highlighting the Digital Shock Drive is the ultra low-profile digital gauge that’s built into the pump’s aluminum body. This innovative design keeps the pump extremely compact, yet still provides a highly accurate measurement of air pressure. It provides up to 350 psi (24 bar) and features a zero-loss chuck design, which unthreads from the shock after the valve pin seals itself. This is the ultimate shock pump to throw in a pack and use for trailside adjustments.
Topeak Shock 'n Roll
$114.99
Why carry two separate pumps for your tires and your suspension? Topeak's Shock 'n Roll does it all, and does it well. Its aluminum barrel is only 9.8 inches long, but this little wonder packs a wallop, it'll inflate your tires, your fork or your shock up to 300psi. Though, that might be a bit much for your tires! A 2-stage selector makes it easy to switch between the two, and the SmartHead fits both Schrader and Presta valves. Other great features include a pressure-release button that lets you fine-tune your pressure with ease thanks to its easy-to-read gauge and a rotating hose for those hard-to-access shock valves.
Blackburn Honest Digital Shock Pump
$99.99
You’ve paid for full suspension, now it’s time to use all of it. When the trail gets steep and rough, can you tell the difference between 150psi and 170psi by pressing down on your saddle? No, you can't; and neither can we. The Blackburn Honest Digital Shock Gauge can. With pro shop-level precision, and a zero leak valve, the digital readout will ensure you put exactly the pressure you need in your shock. The days of "giving it a bounce in the lot" are over! - Accurate within 1% of pressure - Compatible with all thread on air shocks - Rated to 350 PSI/24 BAR Max - Shop precision quality - Zero leak valve - Replaceable battery - Auto on/off - Easy to read digital gauge - 215g
RockShox HP 2-Stage Air Pump
$70.00
RockShox simplifies your pack with this HP 2-Stage Air Pump. Throw it in your pack for every ride and you have both a shock and tire pump that boasts a 300psi capacity. The aluminum construction makes it super durable and the head fits both presta and Schrader valves. A large removable gauge is easy to read and the air-release button makes fine tuning pressure in shocks and tires a breeze. And it includes a mounting clip to mount to water bottle bosses.
Topeak Pocket Shock DXG
$69.99
Topeak's Pocket Shock DXG lets you fine-tune air forks and shocks with ease thanks to its easy-to-read gauge. Its compact design easily fits in tool boxes, jersey pockets, hydration packs and seat bags. The durable aluminum barrel makes it easy to inflate shocks up to 300 psi. Other great features include a pressure-release button and rotating hose for those hard-to-access shock valves.
49°N Shockair Dual Shock Pump
$67.99
A dual-purpose suspension fork/rear shock pump with a unique dual-pressure gauge design to facilitate fine-tuning of the unique air pressure requirements for each shock. Eliminates the need for 2 shock pumps. - Lightweight 6063-T6 aluminum construction. - Dual-face gauge ensures accurate pressure for rear (300 psi) or front (110 PSI) shocks. - Accurate to +/- 2 PSI. - No-loss thread on valve ensure accurate pressure remains in shock when removed. - Double-braided extended hose, for repeated use, and long-term durability. - Bleed valve for fine-tuning pressure. - 383mm total length. - 194g
Topeak Pocket Shock DXG
$65.00
The Topeak PocketShock DXG just got better with a higher pressure rating. This precision fork and shock pump features an easy-to-read dial gauge for accurate pressure readings up to 360 psi / 24.8 bar! The flexible hose takes stress off the valve stem when pumping, protecting your expensive fork and shock fittings. An air release button and Pressure-Rite connector makes setting proper pressure easy and eliminates the common problem of air loss when disconnecting.
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