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TopeakJoeBlow Mountain X Floor Pump


Item # TOP002C

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Item # TOP002C

JoeBlow Mountain X Floor Pump

When it comes to filling up your lofty MTB balloons, chances are you rarely delve into the realm of tire pressures above 40psi, and would much prefer a quick burst with high volume to spending a good 6 minutes pumping up with a smaller high-pressure pump. That's what Topeak created the JoeBlow Mountain X Floor Pump for — to make your life easier when you're tossing a new set of rubber on your wide MTB rims. The huge steel chamber moves 722-cc's of air per stroke, moving enough that you can quite quickly seat a tubeless tire, and features a long hose, and oversized, padded handle to match. Its large analog pressure gauge tops off at just 60psi, or 4-bar, offering more than enough pressure for your mountain hoops, and an easy-to-read, extra-sensitive gauge. As you'd expect from Topeak, the JoeBlow Mountain X features the signature TwinHead DX5 valve that is compatible out of the gates with Presta, Schrader, and Dunlop valves.

  • A low-pressure, high-volume pump for your MTB hoops
  • TwinHead DX5 valve works for Presta, Schrader, Dunlop
  • Oversized 3in gauge is extra-sensitive and reads up to 60psi
  • Painted steel barrel offers long lasting durability
  • Move up to 722cc's of air in a single stroke with beefy chamber
  • Oversized, padded handle is comfortable for daily use
  • Extra-long hose makes for convenient pumping even in bike stand

Tech Specs
Material[barrel, base] painted steel
Dimensions28.3 x 9.1 x 6.7in
Valve TypeTwinHead DX5, Presta, Schrader, Dunlop
Max Pressure60psi / 4 bar
Recommended Usebike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

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Is this product the Topeak Mountain, or the Mountain X?? The picture shows the mountain, but title says Mountain X.