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  • SKS MSP Suspension Pump
  • SKS MSP Suspension Pump
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SKS MSP Suspension Pump

MSP (Mountain Suspension Pump) is a must in every bike backpack. The flexible steel mesh hose unscrews from the pump barrel for compact travel. The valve connection is made with a new 2-stage thread connector, making it possible to screw on and off without loss of pressure. Pressure reduction dial allows you to reach exactly the desired value.

Features:

  • Valve Schrader
  • Ouput max: 20 bar
  • Weight: 150 g
  • Max Pressure: 290 psi

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  • Colour: Silver
  • Valve: Schrader
 
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Little pump Just used this for the first time and the first impressions were good, built well with a nearly all metal construction. However the Dial is small and could be quite a bit larger it also was a bit of a struggle to get to the higher pressures i wanted to go up to 275 PSI. The protective case for it is a very nice feature as well as the detachable hose. 02 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by удобный штуцер насос полностью металлический.удобный спускной клапан(резьбовой).штуцер двух составной сначала накручивается на сам нипель потом заворачивается та часть которая открывает клапан ниппеля.отворачивается в обратном порядке(можно всё сразу отвернуть и завернуть)тем самым минимизируя утечку воздуха.в комплект входит сумочка для хранения.минус один,маленький манометр. 23 January 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by For young eyes only The valve connector works nicely but may be too long for some rear shocks little clearance around the valve. The pressure reduction valve also work very well. This pump is nicely made and solid BUT the pressure gauge is tiny, not very robust and EXTREMELY difficult to read. (You'll need your reading glasses if your over forty.) Shame, it lets down a really nice little pump. 19 June 2013
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