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GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss

GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss

GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss
$ 27.89

Score By Feature

Based on 4,585 ratings
Easy to read
9.70
Light weight
9.90
Easy to use
9.08
Accuracy
8.91
Value for money
8.78

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Product Description

If you are using it to inflate a mountain bike's air fork or rear suspension with a Schrader valve, please don't use it to inflate the
This unique No-Air-Loss Nozzle prevents any loss of air when disconnected - experience cyclists know that shock pumps do lose a small amount of air when disconnected, this pump with the lever lock on the head will not lose air during proper operation.
Products of top quality- As major players in the cycling accessories industry for more than a decade, we understand cycling products. This shock pump from Taiwan is an example of the world's best Almost all of the best-known cycling brands in America are made in Taiwan if you want to find out
There are some sellers who use a less expensive mode and take exactly the same photos to deceive It is possible to tell the difference by comparing the handle. The handle on ours is made of rubber while the handle on theirs is made of plastic. Also, our handle is larger, so you cannot tell them apart from
Selling it at the lowest price- It is sold at an extremely low price. If you take into account the risks involved, sometimes we even lose money by selling it. This is simply because we want to increase sales

Questions & Answers

Could you tell me if the bottom has a pressure bleed?

Is a pressure bleed bottom the same as a blood spout? Words other than those probably aren't.

Is this suitable for presta valve bike tires? For example, would this work on a road / racing bike that has French or British ?

This pump is only designed to work with Schrader valves and not for pumping

Is there a mounting bracket included with this pump?

A mounting bracket normally comes with a tire pump, not a shock pump.

Have any of you used this for your onewheel?

Wheels and tires can't be used. Air shocks are the only application

Selected User Reviews For GIYO High Pressure Shock Pump, (300 PSI Max) for Fork & Rear Suspension, Lever Lock on Nozzle No Air Loss

This is a great small high pressure MTB shock pump
5/5

With a maximum PSI of 300, it will work efficiently. The food can be eaten with a fork or spoon This item is meant for use with rear suspension air shocks. It screws onto the Schrader valve &ndash and there are no cables to connect it to the shock. It consists of a lever lock that prevents air loss when securing and releasing I'm separating. As I recently upgraded those on my MTB, I bought this as part of the purchase. A shock pump like this takes very little effort to operate Does exactly what it says on the box. Having a hard time figuring out why this is, I will have to play with it more. After disconnecting the valve, there was no air loss at all. I think that this is a very useful As you pump, you can easily read the pressure gauge. I like pumping because it's comfortable and effective I found it to be a simple process By utilizing the hose, I am able to position the pump in whatever fashion I need, so that I am able to read the gauge while using the pump. In terms of feel, the pump does not feel cheap.

Thank you for reading my review I hope you found it to be.

Kelly Gonzalez
Kelly Gonzalez
| Mar 16, 2021
It seems to be happening only to me, then? Despite screwing on the release lever, I am not able to engage it, but perhaps I am doing something incorrectly
4/5

My shock pump collection now stands at two mediocre models. This was a waste of money******UPDATE***** I think I have figured this out and it works much better than it did previously. As far as I can tell, engaging the release lever before screwing it on seems to be the key. Thank you for this purchase! I am so happy with it!.

Andrea BURROWS
Andrea BURROWS
| May 12, 2021
I believe the price was right and it's just like the one Harley Davidson sells For air shocks on my cruiser motorcycle, this pump worked as it should
5/5
Dominic Vance
Dominic Vance
| Aug 11, 2020
I find it very useful
5/5

It is important to set up the suspension on mountain bikes with a low volume, high pressure stroke. With a normal hand pump, I could not even get close to the right pressure, and half the pressure that I would get in there would burp out when I tried to open The micro bleed valve adjustment button is also handy for getting the shock exactly where you want it. Approximately 95 percent of the hose is swivel both at the pump side and where it meets the nozzle, so it's easy to get things lined up and not stuck in an odd spot. There is a Schrader valve on the pump, so it is possible to pump tires with it. However, it is You can make do with this in a pinch, but if you have the right tools, it will be much more effective. As far as I know, it works with any air shock with the Schrader valve, including my SR Suntour Epixon.

Carl Graham
Carl Graham
| Oct 29, 2020
Pump with high pressure is a good little product
5/5

Being the owner of a full suspension bike, I decide it was finally time to invest in a fork and rear shock dial in tool such as this. As my weight has changed since I bought the bike in 2013, I have had to adjust the settings. There was some willingness on the part of my local bike shop to add some air for me, but not as much as I had hoped. In my weight range, I dialed back the rebound speed and increased the pressure by going to the Fox site and checking the recommended pressures. I should be good to go for a few years, or at least until I need to rebuild or replace my Fox suspension. As this pump was designed as a low volume high pressure design, it helped push air at a much higher PSI's and did so with moderate effort. Both my shocks only required around 100 psi which only needed to be topped off to 5 psi. This was easy to do with an attached gauge and another 10 psi. To this higher pressure, the pump has pumped up to about 160 psi with reasonable effort. Although using a track pump is more practical, filling an air canister at least to 160 psi can still be highly effective. In terms of Giyo pumps, they are more of fine tuning tools than pressure tools. Getting from floor to floor will take considerable effort. sbr>The one issue with the pumps is their There is a risk of the part being fragile, and if you lock over your valve, you need to protect it. Overall, the pump is well made, and the price is reasonable.

Gordon FORSTER
Gordon FORSTER
| Aug 26, 2020
Exactly what I was looking for
5/5

This shock pump has a lever that opens the air way to the fork after the hose is connected so you can get to the shock quickly. As soon as the desired pressure has been achieved, flip the lever to the closed position and it seals off the air chamber in the fork or shock. In order to unplug the hose, you will need to depressurize it and open the air fitting with the air release button. By using this feature, the fork and shock remain fully inflated while the hose is pulled out.

Quentin Rios
Quentin Rios
| Mar 10, 2021

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