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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 09-25-2011, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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Can anyone suggest a good place to get the rear shock air pump for the XC?
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Any Harley dealership, or Victory dealership should have them.

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Here's one on ebay:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Victo...item519b116b3e

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I found a bicycle pump at K-Mart for $10 that works just fine. Another option is those little mini compressors they sell with the Slime product. Just plug it in to your power supply. They don't pump very fast in a tire but it's pretty quick in a shock.

If you find one like the one listed on ebay; just make sure it reads up to 70 psi. Google "bicycle pump".
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I found a bicycle pump at K-Mart for $10 that works just fine. Another option is those little mini compressors they sell with the Slime product. Just plug it in to your power supply. They don't pump very fast in a tire but it's pretty quick in a shock.

If you find one like the one listed on ebay; just make sure it reads up to 70 psi. Google "bicycle pump".

Good call, used my bicycle pump on it today. Had the dealer put it to 20 lbs when I picked it up. Had only about 10 lbs when I checked today, pumped her up to about 25 lbs and can feel the difference.

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Just fyi.. I just ordered this from Amazon. It looks strangely exactly like the Victory one... Will see if it works...





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I've got the victory pump. Works great. Got it from amazon.

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That was my plan until I saw the Fox one that looked exactly the same for 1/2 the cost..

We'll find out if it was a bad decision...

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Google "Shock Pumps" and you will get a plethera of shocks for mountain bikes that are far cheaper than harley or Victory labeled units nad better in quality as well.

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