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    Accurate low pressure shock pumps

    Does anybody make an accurate low-pressure shock pump? I'm finding that even a small change in air pressure makes my 06 66 SL ride differently, and it's really hard to tell the difference between 38 psi and 40 psi on a pump gauge that goes to 300 psi.
    Marzocchi has one that goes to 200 psi on their website, but I think it would be helpful to have one that goes to 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich.grandzol
    Does anybody make an accurate low-pressure shock pump? I'm finding that even a small change in air pressure makes my 06 66 SL ride differently, and it's really hard to tell the difference between 38 psi and 40 psi on a pump gauge that goes to 300 psi.
    Marzocchi has one that goes to 200 psi on their website, but I think it would be helpful to have one that goes to 100.
    Manitou makes an SPV low pressure shock pump that goes to 175 PSI.

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    marzocchi produce a low pressure pump (0-100 psi)

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    What the other guys/gals said, plus you might be able to replace the guage on your pump if you've got access to a hardware store that sells guages. You might find a 0-60 which would be a pretty good scale.

    Monte

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