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Track Floor Pump

AORboyoAORboyo Posts: 53
edited February 2011 in Workshop
I need a new Track Floor pump, mine's just seen better days........What do you good folk recommend???

Cheers!!!

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  • gazedsgazeds Posts: 182
    joeblow pump, had one for 4yrs no problems
  • acidstratoacidstrato Posts: 945
    edited January 2011
    +1 topeak joe blow
    Crafted in Italy apparantly
  • keef66keef66 Posts: 13,123
    I just bought a Joe Blow Sport II. Used it once so far, so not exactly a long term test, but it's lovely! And very yellow.
  • NavrigNavrig Posts: 1,352
    Joe Blow for last fe years. Been brilliant and reliable.
  • WappygixerWappygixer Posts: 1,396
    SKS Rennkompressor, spares will be available for years and almost every part can be replaced.
    Not the cheapest but a good quality workshop pump that will probably last you the rest of your life.
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,678
    Joe Blow for me too.
  • silca track pump....had it for over twenty years.
    Just the occassional grease to keep the seal going and cant fault it.

    I did buy a topeak floor pump (joe blow sound about right) for the mountain bikes but find it struggles to get 120psi for the road bike....so I still use the silca for that.
  • Wappygixer wrote:
    SKS Rennkompressor, spares will be available for years and almost every part can be replaced.
    Not the cheapest but a good quality workshop pump that will probably last you the rest of your life.

    I had one of these and it was utter censored , fell apart within 6 months. My Joe Blow is 5 years old and still going strong
    Basso Astra
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  • ride_wheneverride_whenever Posts: 13,279
    Airace have one of the best heads on the market IME.
  • Joe blow pro. Solid metal construction & no problem with 120psi.

    Mine's plenty old. Survived a houseful of London Couriers & they are, well, heavy handed.

    Topeak reps are good with repairs, well outside of any 1 year warranty period.

    One of the things to get from your LBS, so that you can take it in, which you can't if you save a fiver on the internet.
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