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The Joe Blow Max II is a great performing track pump that is superb value for money. providing efficiency and accuracy throughout its pressure range, the whole way up to 120 psi.
 
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fromNewton Abbot
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 25-34
Interest : Cross Country MTB
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
" Great product, quick to inflate and an accurate pressure guage make this a must have for any garden shed. "
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Rugged, High Quality, Lightweight, Versatile
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The Joe Blow Max II is a great performing track pump that is superb value for money. providing efficiency and accuracy throughout its pressure range, the whole way up to 120 psi.
 

I'm thinking of bying a floor pump as I an struggling to get top pressure with a hand pump, just wondering if they all fit all kinds of valves,

I have a road bike with thin valves.
I have a topeak Joe blow and that will fit both Schrader and Presta valves (car type and skinny high pressure) and it will also inflate to 160 psi
 
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