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  1. #26
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    I have the pump inside the seatpost, along with some other things. Depending on seatpost size, you can fit different pumps. I currently have an old zefal (dont know model).
    With frame bags, i carry a zefal atb, very inexpensive and good enogh for fat bike tires.

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    Topeak Road Morph. I kept it in a bracket on the bike for a while, but gunk got inside. Disassembled, cleaned and lubed it (silicone). Now it goes in my frame bag or backpack, depending on what I am riding with.

  3. #28
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    I don't carry a hand pump... :forshame:

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    I carry a fairly small Mtn Stik that I have had for 20 years, and just deal with the long pump time when the time comes.
    On my road bike I carry a frame pump, and I actually am trying to figure out a way to strap that pump to my MTB.

  5. #30
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    I keep a Topeak mountain morph in a Tangle frame bag. Fits nicely with room for spare tube, tire levers, patch kit, keys, and wallet. For the bikes where I have both h2o cages, I stuff a pump in the camelbak.
    Amolan

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