For the perfect pressure A shock pump with an accurate, easy-to-read gauge and a thread-on design that minimizes bleed off so you can easily adjust your shock pressure. The perfect pressure takes precision. The Bontrager Shock Pump features a large, easy-to-read gauge for accurate readings, a bleed valve for pinpoint accuracy, and a thread-on design that quickly attaches to front and rear suspension shocks for a reliable, secure connection. - Easy-to-read gauge that is accurate to 400 PSI - Threaded design for a secure connection that reduces bleed down - Bleed valve reduces pressure in small increments - Suitable for use with front forks and rear shocks
You’ve paid for full suspension, now it’s time to use all of it. When the trail gets steep and rough, can you tell the difference between 150psi and 170psi by pressing down on your saddle? No, you can't; and neither can we. The Blackburn Honest Digital Shock Gauge can. With pro shop-level precision, and a zero leak valve, the digital readout will ensure you put exactly the pressure you need in your shock. The days of "giving it a bounce in the lot" are over! - Accurate within 1% of pressure - Compatible with all thread on air shocks - Rated to 350 PSI/24 BAR Max - Shop precision quality - Zero leak valve - Replaceable battery - Auto on/off - Easy to read digital gauge - 215g
The Digital Shock Drive features incredibly compact and lightweight aluminum construction with a cleverly integrated hose that threads into the handle when not in use. Highlighting the Digital Shock Drive is the ultra low-profile digital gauge that’s built into the pump’s aluminum body. This innovative design keeps the pump extremely compact, yet still provides a highly accurate measurement of air pressure. It provides up to 350 psi (24 bar) and features a zero-loss chuck design, which unthreads from the shock after the valve pin seals itself. This is the ultimate shock pump to throw in a pack and use for trailside adjustments.
Bontrager's Shock Pump keeps your suspension plush and right where it needs to be. It works with front forks and rear shocks and the angled head puts funky valves within easy reach. The gauge is dual sided so you can actually see what your pressure you're getting to and the precision bleed valve reduces pressure in tiny increments to dial you in.
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