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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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fromHolbury, Hampshire, UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 35-44
Interest : Cross Country MTB
Level : Occasional
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
" The pump is of very high quality and inflated my road tyres to 105 psi without much effort. Construction is solid and the dial is easy to read. "
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Attractive, High Quality, Rugged, 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.
 

Which way do you press the lever when you attach the head to the tyre valve?

For some reason the instructions which are provided with the product don't explain very well how to use it. Have a look at this video instead.
Video Question:
(click on the play button to start movie)
Video from the manufacturer (Topeak) explaining the pump head
You twist the lever the opposite side to which you have connected to the valve.
4 years, 9 months ago
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Parkie78
Holbury, Hampshire, UK