Question about Cannondale Lefty Alloy Dlr Mountain Bike Fork Shock 110
Pneumatic bike shocks require a special type of pump called a "shock pump" that is a high-pressure (up to 300psi!) but low-volume pump. They come with a very accurate gauge, pump handle, and a bleed valve/button to let off puffs of air to soften the shock. They also have a long flexible neck that screws onto the valve at the base of the fork. They're relatively small and moderately priced ($20-$40) and can be packed in a riding pack in case you want to change the stiffness on the fly. Here's a link to some online: http://www.jensonusa.com/store/sub/292-Pumps+And+Co2+Inflation-Shock+Pumps.aspx?s=1559&mfg=0&closeoutHotdeal=&use=&sort=Default&show=25&pricemin=0&pricemax=100
Hope this helps! -The Chicken
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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