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    Wanted: Dimensions of the tiniest CO2 inflators

    Bonus: What is the smallest but effective CO2 inflator for tubeless 27.5" x 2.5"-2.75" width tires?

    If you have any of the following could you pretty please provide the L/W/D of either or both to be nearest 10th of a mm or 1/16" of an inch.

    >>Lezyne Trigger Speed Drive, Lezyne Trigger Drive, Portland Design Tiny Thing, Specialized SWAT mini<<

    Looking for an ultra compact CO2 inflator for 2.5-2.75 tubeless 27.5". Both the Lezyne Control Drive and the ProBike Tool ones are too big.
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    No clue on the dimensions you've asked for, but I've had many inflators (I lose them on a fairly regular basis) and the Lezyne Twin Speed Drive is damn small and functional, if those are your goals...

    https://ride.lezyne.com/collections/...-c2-tspdr-v104
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    good luck getting dimensions to that tolerance level. Do you really think even 1 mm will make difference?
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    Damn. Are you storing it in your ass?


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    A micro-flate nano is about 242 cu mm. That's my best guestimate anyway.
    I brake for stinkbugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaostactics View Post
    ... to be nearest 10th of a mm or 1/16" of an inch...
    Your requested tolerances are rather disparate:

    0.1 mm = .004"

    1/16" = 0.063" = 1.6 mm
    What, me worry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoePAz View Post
    good luck getting dimensions to that tolerance level. Do you really think even 1 mm will make difference?
    Yes 1mm will absolutely make a difference where I'm trying to store it

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    Nah. I'd be able to fit bigger 😆.
    Need to secret it inside of a tapered steerer tube not mah prison wallet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    A micro-flate nano is about 242 cu mm. That's my best guestimate anyway.
    It's bigger than the 4 mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaostactics View Post
    Nah. I'd be able to fit bigger 😆.
    Need to secret it inside of a tapered steerer tube not mah prison wallet.
    Most inflators have right angles so L shaped won't fit well in cylinder space.
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