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http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html

  1. Rotate the wheel so the valve is resting just above the floor. Remove the valve cap.

  2. Unscrew the locking nut on the valve stem. Quickly press down the stem to loosen the seal. You should hear air escaping when the stem is pushed in--if you do not, loosen the nut and try again.
  3. Press the pump head onto the valve and flip the locking lever to make a seal. You'll hear air escape, but it should stop after you've locked the lever. If air continues to leak out, remove the pump head and reattach it.
  4. Make two pump strokes and listen for air moving into the tire. If the pump handle becomes hard to press down after only a few strokes, or if the pressure gauge elevates extremely quickly, remove the pump head and repeat Step 3.
  5. Inflate the tire to its recommended pressure. Remove the head by unlocking its lever and quickly pulling it off the valve stem. Secure the valve's locking nut and cap.
Presta Compressor Toolwww.prestaflator.comInflate Road or Mountain Bike Tires Accurately in Seconds!


Read more: How to Inflate a Bicycle Tire With a Presta Valve ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html#ixzz1Brv5VfAX

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How to Inflate Bike Tires?


The tire will show the suggested inflation range. Have good light, as sometimes hard to see. Then, you need some type of gauge, as it is very difficult to guess. (And, it's not good to be too low or too high.) Get a gauge and pump that match the valve stem, Schrader (like a car tire) or Presta (skinnier). For at home use, I like a floor standing pump with a built in gauge. If it's a hot, sunny day, put in 5-10 lbs less, to allow for expansion.

Oct 20, 2016 | Cycling

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Sign in to bt internet


take a deep breath and BLOW! Or buy a tire-inflation pump that will plug into your car lighter 12V.

Jul 05, 2014 | Pathfinder Ii Two Person Inflatable Kayak

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Guage needle fell off joe blow pro pump


Had the same thing happen. It turns out you can pry off the plastic ring around the dial, then remove the clear plastic window. I did that and just stuck the needle back on at 0.

Oct 13, 2013 | Topeak Joe Blow Ace Floor Pump

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I just have a hard time figuring out how to inflate my tires with this pump. I assume I should use the smaller connection. Can't make it inflate.


http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_inflate_a_presta_valve_tube

I am disappointed to find that the Serfas website has NO instructions for their pumps or other products, as if it is intuitive for a novice to operate them.

As a customer you should contact them and complain.

800.424.0047

info@serfas.com

Jun 01, 2011 | Serfas FP50 Floor Pump

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The pressure gauge on my Topeak Joe Blow Ace floor pump is not working. The pump works fine. How do i take the pump apart and what should I be trying to do to repair?


http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html

  1. Rotate the wheel so the valve is resting just above the floor. Remove the valve cap.

  2. Unscrew the locking nut on the valve stem. Quickly press down the stem to loosen the seal. You should hear air escaping when the stem is pushed in--if you do not, loosen the nut and try again.
  3. Press the pump head onto the valve and flip the locking lever to make a seal. You'll hear air escape, but it should stop after you've locked the lever. If air continues to leak out, remove the pump head and reattach it.
  4. Make two pump strokes and listen for air moving into the tire. If the pump handle becomes hard to press down after only a few strokes, or if the pressure gauge elevates extremely quickly, remove the pump head and repeat Step 3.
  5. Inflate the tire to its recommended pressure. Remove the head by unlocking its lever and quickly pulling it off the valve stem. Secure the valve's locking nut and cap.
Presta Compressor Toolwww.prestaflator.comInflate Road or Mountain Bike Tires Accurately in Seconds!


Read more: How to Inflate a Bicycle Tire With a Presta Valve ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html#ixzz1Brv5VfAX

Jan 09, 2011 | Topeak Joe Blow Ace Floor Pump

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How to Maintain a Bike's Tire Pressure for Good Performance?


Buy a good floor pump with a gauge (see "How to Buy a Bike Pump," under Related eHows). A small, frame-mounted pump is useful only for roadside repairs.

Understand that it's normal for most tires to lose up to 10 pounds per square inch (psi) per week. This does not mean you have a slow leak.

Look on the tire's sidewall for tire pressure recommendations. Don't exceed the maximum tire pressure listed.

Inflate your mountain bike's tires to 40 psi for dirt riding. You may wish to inflate your tires to 50 to 60 psi for city riding.


Inflate your road bike's tires to 100 psi for road riding. Some road tires have much higher psi ratings. However, 100 psi will provide a good mix of performance and comfort.


Inflate your hybrid bike's tires to 60 to 70 psi for city riding.

Check your tire pressure before every ride

Dec 21, 2010 | Cycling

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I have just purchased a Topeak Mountain Morph pump, which can be used with both Presta/Scrader valves. I have a presta valve on my bike, but am not able to inflate my bike. Not sure if I am doing...


http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html
  1. Rotate the wheel so the valve is resting just above the floor. Remove the valve cap.

  2. Unscrew the locking nut on the valve stem. Quickly press down the stem to loosen the seal. You should hear air escaping when the stem is pushed in--if you do not, loosen the nut and try again.
  3. Press the pump head onto the valve and flip the locking lever to make a seal. You'll hear air escape, but it should stop after you've locked the lever. If air continues to leak out, remove the pump head and reattach it.
  4. Make two pump strokes and listen for air moving into the tire. If the pump handle becomes hard to press down after only a few strokes, or if the pressure gauge elevates extremely quickly, remove the pump head and repeat Step 3.
  5. Inflate the tire to its recommended pressure. Remove the head by unlocking its lever and quickly pulling it off the valve stem. Secure the valve's locking nut and cap.
Read more: How to Inflate a Bicycle Tire With a Presta Valve ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html#ixzz1Brv5VfAX

Aug 25, 2010 | Topeak Morph Pump

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Topeak joe blow pumps front but not rear tire


What's different?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehf6HL0aLTc

http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html
  1. Rotate the wheel so the valve is resting just above the floor. Remove the valve cap.

  2. Unscrew the locking nut on the valve stem. Quickly press down the stem to loosen the seal. You should hear air escaping when the stem is pushed in--if you do not, loosen the nut and try again.
  3. Press the pump head onto the valve and flip the locking lever to make a seal. You'll hear air escape, but it should stop after you've locked the lever. If air continues to leak out, remove the pump head and reattach it.
  4. Make two pump strokes and listen for air moving into the tire. If the pump handle becomes hard to press down after only a few strokes, or if the pressure gauge elevates extremely quickly, remove the pump head and repeat Step 3.
  5. Inflate the tire to its recommended pressure. Remove the head by unlocking its lever and quickly pulling it off the valve stem. Secure the valve's locking nut and cap.
Read more: How to Inflate a Bicycle Tire With a Presta Valve ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4779541_inflate-bicycle-tire-presta-valve.html#ixzz1Brv5VfAX

Aug 21, 2010 | Topeak Joe Blow Ace Floor Pump

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I cannot figure out how to attach football inflating needle to Topeak Joe blow sport?


Older model pumps screw in. Newer models get inserted and then you either push the lever down or pull it up to lock onto the threaded end of the needle

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