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Bike Floor Pump for Raleigh Talus 3.0

I'm trying to find a good floor pump for my Raleigh Talus 3.0 bike which I recently purchased. I don't know much about bikes and have seen that there are different valve types (i.e. - Presta and ...
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Joe Blow bike pump failures in one way valve

I used a bunch of Joe Blow bike pumps to pressurize water bottle rockets. Occasionally water squirted back into pump. After a few weeks of use, the one way valve failed. How can I fix this or prevent ...
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Presta valve pump or presta adapter

I have a bicycle with Presta valves. Should I buy a Presta pump or a Schader pump and a Presta-to-Schader adapter?
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How can I inflate Presta valve tires using a Presta compatible pump without bending the valve stem?

After my $20 floor pump from the hardware store gave out. I bought a rather more expensive one rated to 160 PSI. The pump has a metal nozzle on it, with a Schrader opening on one end and a Presta ...
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Kenda Kwest 100 psi tires (presta valve)

I am pretty new to bicycles. Got my hands on Kenda Kwest 100 PSI tires with presta valves and I have a couple of questions about inflating them. Using a floor pump, do I need to pump them a bit ...
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What kind of pump/attachment do I need for this? (picture)

I am having trouble identifying what tools I need to pump these tires. We bought some kind of kit that came with multiple attachments and none of them worked. Wondering if something is missing? All ...
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ascent floor pump [duplicate]

I have an ascent floor pump which does well but sometime in the last few years the guage now starts at 20 instead of zero. Is there a way to zero the guage. It seems to read the correct pressure once ...
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Does anyone make a push-push on/ pull-pull off bike pump? [on hold]

Most current bike pumps require three hands to use - one to hold the tire, one to put the pump head on the valve and one to pull the lever back. 15 years ago, most bike pumps only required two hands ...