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FOX Racing Shox Digital HP Shock Pump

$70.00

Item # FRS006F

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Item # FRS006F

Digi-dial.

A well-dialed suspension system is key to happy trails. Too soft, and the bike will be a sloppy, floppy mess under you; too firm, and it'll rock your kidneys like a speed bag. FOX Racing Shox's Digital HP Shock Pump brings the power of science to bear on the problem of hitting the sweet spot between mush and crush, helping to ensure that you can set it and forget it every time.

  • A shock pump that helps ensure your squishy bits are dialed
  • Digital precision means you'll always be right where you want to
  • Spans zero to 300 PSI in half-unit increments
  • Replaceable battery eliminates the need to keep track of external charging cords

Tech Specs

Max Pressure:
300 PSI
Deflate:
yes
Recommended Use:
mountain bike, maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year limited

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used multiple shock pumps through the years. All accomplish the same job, but some do it better. This one definitely does it better. The handle is the perfect size and allows you to pump with ease. The stoke is very smooth and seems to pump a decent amount of air with each pump. Add the digital feature on top and you have one slick shock adjuster. While digital is certainly not necessary, it is nice to have such an exact and easy to read number that always you to get a consistent feel every time.

So far so good

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Needed to get my rear shock dialed in and this did the trick. Im a little weirded out about it being digital cause the last thing you want is the battery to die especially since it is not a tool I use regularly. I will up date should anything like that happen.