the topeak road morph

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by izatt82, May 31, 2007.

  1. izatt82

    izatt82 New Member

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    i just bought this pump not to long ago do to pump failure. anyway so far i love this pump has a foot step easily made 100psi i also thought is was pretty light. no regrets on this pump worth every penny i will further update this later on down the road with good or bad. oh and the gauge and flexable tube are a great.
     
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  2. knonfs

    knonfs New Member

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    I bought it and used it for a while; its a GREAT pump, however is too bulky for my taste. It would be great if TOPEAK develops a bottle cage mount, rather than the strap one. :(
     
  3. izatt82

    izatt82 New Member

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    which mount are you talking about i think mine has a bottle cage mount but maybe im confused mine mounts upto the same holes as a bottle cage on my frame
     
  4. Lionfish

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    I use mine as my full time pump....works great!
     
  5. knonfs

    knonfs New Member

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    Mine only had one type of mount, its a strap that wraps around a tube (Worm Gear Clamp style); and then the pumps "clicks" into the strap.

    Did I got robbed? :eek:
     
  6. Powerful Pete

    Powerful Pete New Member

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    Sks Wesemann is another excellent pump. Too bad frame pumps have gone out of style...
     
  7. izatt82

    izatt82 New Member

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    well looks like i'll just have to be the rebel then but yeah mine had the frame mount but you can use it like your mount as well. i dont think it's to bulky and i am willing to sacrifise.
     
  8. kdelong

    kdelong Well-Known Member

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    I have a frame mounted pump on my MTB which tends to get used more as a hybrid, unfortunately. I had to add velcro straps to keep it from falling out of its bracket. I carry cartidge inflators in a wedge pack on all of my other bikes. I do have a Topeak Floor pump and I'm very happy with it so far.
     
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    To bad I didn't think of this. Mine vanished in the forest a few weekends ago, deep in the poisen ivy. I didn't know about it until I got back on the road and looked down.:mad:
     
  10. izatt82

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    that sucks man the news ones come with the velcro too
     
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