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PostPosted: Sun Aug 07, 2011 11:26 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 4:48 pm 
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I think that all these shock pumps are pretty much of a muchness, I've used Manitou, Fox and Rockshox versions and they're (apart from colour and logos) pretty much identical - even the die-cast bodies look more or less the same.
My guess is that the Scott one will be too - they all seem to work ok and are well enough made.


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Andy R wrote:
I think that all these shock pumps are pretty much of a muchness, I've used Manitou, Fox and Rockshox versions and they're (apart from colour and logos) pretty much identical - even the die-cast bodies look more or less the same.
My guess is that the Scott one will be too - they all seem to work ok and are well enough made.


Thanks. I've never heard of a shock pump. What's different to a normal pump ??


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 7:01 pm 
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tintin40 wrote:
Andy R wrote:
I think that all these shock pumps are pretty much of a muchness, I've used Manitou, Fox and Rockshox versions and they're (apart from colour and logos) pretty much identical - even the die-cast bodies look more or less the same.
My guess is that the Scott one will be too - they all seem to work ok and are well enough made.


Thanks. I've never heard of a shock pump. What's different to a normal pump ??


A very low volume per stroke means that it's easier to set pressures accurately and also to achieve higher pressures.


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Andy R wrote:
tintin40 wrote:
Andy R wrote:
I think that all these shock pumps are pretty much of a muchness, I've used Manitou, Fox and Rockshox versions and they're (apart from colour and logos) pretty much identical - even the die-cast bodies look more or less the same.
My guess is that the Scott one will be too - they all seem to work ok and are well enough made.


Thanks. I've never heard of a shock pump. What's different to a normal pump ??


A very low volume per stroke means that it's easier to set pressures accurately and also to achieve higher pressures.


Great just what i need. Thanks :D


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