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Item # CUT0009

Description

Swedish shock enlarger.

Whether you’re a dial-it-and-leave-it XC rider, or a tinker-‘til-its perfect DHer, Cutter’s Transition Shock Pump put the oomph back in your front end. With a max PSI of 300, a 2-3 PSI micro adjust button, and a non-scratch rubber sealing system, the Transition covers all your maintenance from your urban 29er to your DH comp ride.

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5 5

same thing, only cheaper

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Recently bought a used full suspension bike, and when I took it to the local bike shop for a little advice on the shocks setup and fitting, they recommended a shock pump. It was $40, and they gave me a quick tune up for free, so I figured I'd go ahead and support them. Turns out it's this same shock pump, just without the Cutter branding. Everything looks exactly the same, only it's $15 cheaper here. Mine was "Eleven81" brand. http://mikesbikes.com/product/eleven81-shock-pump-173497-1.htm

That being said, I'm really happy with the pump. All metal parts, nothing plastic here, smooth action, no leaks, and got the job done right the first time. No complaints, recommended. Just buy it here from Backcountry and save yourself the few bucks.

4 5

Shock pumps...why?

If you're thinking about trying to use a normal pump on your air shock like I was...don't be. Technically they do have the same interface, and I know that can be tempting. I thought to myself, "why buy a 'shock pump' when I could just use a pump I already have?" Don't make the same mistake I did. You know that little "psst" that escapes when you take your pump off the tire valve? It's enough to let every air molecule out of your fork. Your shocks need wayy more precision than your tires need, and that precision is just what "shock pumps" are made for. You screw it on, add or remove psi as needed, and take it off without any air leaking out. It's the only shock pump I've used, but I don't see what more you could want from one.

3 5

leaks

It worked well, until it suddenly started leaking after only a few months near the guage. I'll try putting lock tite on the threads, like the other reviewer said. Still ,it was very cheap on chain love, so not all bad.

4 5

Fills Shocks with Air

Gauge seems to be accurate, screws on easily. I would give it 5 stars but I had to put thread tape on all the connections when I first got it since it leaked. Now its good to go!

4 5

Fills Shocks with Air

Gauge seems to be accurate, screws on easily. I would give it 5 stars but I had to put thread tape on all the connections when I first got it since it leaked. Now its good to go!

3 5

Does what it's supposed to... after some maintenance

Does what it's supposed to: 4 stars

But straight out of the box, it leaked at the gauge/microadjust threads. A little locktite solved the problem, but that's not what I expect from a brand spankin' new item: -1 star

But if you can get it on Chainlove, why not?

4 5

simple and well made

quality shock pump, screws on easily and has a nice 2psi micro adjust, a good buy

Hi, does this work on a Fox RP23 rear...

Hi, does this work on a Fox RP23 rear shock?

Responded on

Hi Rohan,

This will work on the Fox RP23 rear shock.

How do you switch the valve to presta?

How do you switch the valve to presta?

Best Answer Responded on

This pump is not intended to pump up tires. It is specifically made to put more air pressure in air sprung forks and shocks. It does not convert to pump up presta valve tubes.

does it work SAFELY at the low end for...

does it work SAFELY at the low end for tires?

Responded on

Yes it will, but it's a very low-volume pump so it'll take weeks to inflate a tire.

Responded on

Uuhhh...I dunno if that's the direction I'd go. You could walk to an air compressor from the moon faster than pumping a tire up with this. It will thread on to Schrader valves, but you'd need an adapter for presta valves. Remember, after you fix a flat, take the extra time to put the correct pressure in the tire or you'll probably be fixing another flat. Slow down to speed up.....

Responded on

This is not for pumping tires at all. It is for bicycle shocks. Front forks and rear air shocks.