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  • Lezyne Alloy Dirt Floor Drive
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Lezyne Alloy Dirt Floor Drive


  • CNC Precision CNC-machined aluminium barrel and base with steel piston. Varnished wood handle with oversized contoured grip.
  • Precision High-Volume Design Long-travel piston & increased barrel diameter creates 2x times the air flow to quickly fill tires.
  • Tubeless Power Oversized design is powerful enough to seat tire bead on tubeless tire systems.
  • Threaded Connection Flip-Thread Chuck threads onto both Presta & Schrader valves. 100% aluminium construction.
  • Oversized Gauge 2.5” diameter gauge assembly. 70 psi/4.6 bar max.
  • Long Reach 43”/130cm extra-long, oversized, premium-grade rubber hose for high-volume applications.
  • Weight: 1800g
  • Size: 660mm x 228mm x 200mm (H x W x L)

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  • Colour: Flip Chuck
  • Valve: Presta / Schrader
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Used to fit tubless tyre on standard rim with Stans Works perfectly to seat my maxxis ardent tubless ready tyre on my Alex rim :) It's a lot more air then the standard pump and less flimsy. The dials are large and easy to read. Only downside is The psi reading is smaller writing than the BAR reading. 14 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic Quality You can really feel the difference as the higher volume that the Dirt Floor Drive delivers makes inflating MTB tyres much faster. Also works well with fitting UST tyres as the extra volume helps with seating the tyre - makes it easy. The pump itself is very well made and it feels and looks like a very good quality item. The gauge itself is very clear and as it does not go so high the numbers a more spread out thus reading it and achieving the pressure you want is also easier. 30 August 2011
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