RockShox HP 2-Stage Shock & Tire PumpWhat you're looking at is the ultimate behemoth of shock/tire pump combos. If you're going on a backcountry trip where bringing two pumps is a requirement, this is the all-in-one you've been looking for. As a shock pump it's rated to 300psi. Extended to use as a tire pump and you'll hit your desired pressure no problem. We got it up to 40psi without breaking a sweat.
Pump is amazing! It is small and can easily fit into my backpack with my tubes and what not. Totally recommend this pump!
I own this pump for 3 years now it has always given me accurate air pressures. for both my fork and rear shock. also a great tired pump. Easy to use & to carry. i do recommended & would buy again
I got this pump on a sale for like $30, thinking it would work fine. Well since then the gauge was used maybe once and it mustve broke because it doesn't read pressure at all. Obviously other then the gauge it works like a pump should, it pumps air but without the gauge i wouldve been better offer buying something cheaper.
If you have a fork that is worth anything, it has adjustments that require a pump and like anything with air, they can leak or pressure changes with the temperature. This pump eliminates the need to carry a shock and a tire pump. Let's face it....we spend enough money to lighten our bikes as it is.
I have noticed that every time I pump up my fork and then detatch the hose, I lose about 10psi. I quickly reattach the hose and the dial is 10psi lower than when I pumped it up. It's annoying but I just overfill it the first time now. I don't know if the dial is incorrect or if it's something with my fork. I also tried to inflate my tires with presta valves (with the valve core still installed) and a schrader converter screwed on with no luck. I don't think it's even set up for that so I don't knock it for it, but I just thought I'd give it a shot. Folds small and the dial is easy to read (if it's actually correct).