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MadBite Mini Bike 6-Piece Glueless Puncture Repair Kit $13.98@Amazon

Bluiemonster 574 354 September 9, 2016 at 09:22 AM in Sporting Goods (4) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by thestreetlight September 9, 2016 at 08:22 PM

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Air Pump 120PSI Telescopic, Built-in Air Gauge, 2 Tire Bars, 1 Inflation Needle are included.
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these small hand pumps suck for getting high psi out of them

pro: small, side mount, can do both type of valves, has a guage.
con: small = harder to pump, the extras (patches) you'll need a bag to carry them
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I thought this was something related to Mini Bikes. :-(
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I thought this was something related to Mini Bikes. :-(
what are mini bikes?
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I use this to seal my wounds while live action playing GTA in the hood.
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https://www.amazon.com/Telescope-Portable-Ultralight-Schrader-Lifetime/dp/B00OSEEGK4/ref=sr_1_1?s=sp... [amazon.com]

This one is better and I got it on deal before(9 bucks is cheaper than last time) you can get those patch kits cheap on ebay or you can get 8 oz of slime rubber cement(you have to use the proper cement on tubes) for 5.99 on amazon. You can get 100 inner tube patches for 2.50 sunlite(amazon) brand will take weeks to get to you from china shipping tho and those tire removers you can get those on ebay from china too for cheap or you can order nicer american ones but they will cost you like 5-10 bucks for 2. Steel core tire removers are best. Still that airace pump looks allot better than this one and it really feels well designed in the hand its also smaller than this one and at first I thought it was a bad thing but it makes it really easy to pump so the micro pumps are better than the minipumps of the 90s only downside is when you use them its easier to use them in reverse and then you look like your doing something else........ Oh yeah I lubed the telescoping shafts with teflon grease I used teflon oil at first but it didnt last but the grease is forever.............

The one you posted doesnt have a disconnecting head(rubber tube extension) thats gonna get real annoying on a micropump real quick and you risk breaking the valve stem off trust me(its really hard to keep the top hand stable when pumping unless you do it in reverse and then the hand on the valve you have to keep stable is the bottom hand) with a micro pump you want a flexible tube to connect the head to the valve cause when you get pumping its gonna be ripping that stem around if you pump slow and easy you might be there all day and if you fix the flat and its still leaking and you have to redo it not being able to pump fast is gonna make a flat fix a nightmare........ keeping a micro pump stable because you have to pump it faster cause its small but of course the stroke is also smaller is harder than the mini(frame pumps) of the 90s which those were not a cake walk etiher. Tho if you had to pump a tire twice in the 90s your arms would be dead because the pumps were harder to pump the micropumps are way easier but it takes many more strokes to get there......
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Last edited by DealResearchGod September 11, 2016 at 07:14 AM.
Almost usable on Schrader valves. Worse that worthless on presta valves. After flipping the internal bits over properly these pumps do not seal sufficiently on Presta valves. The pump ends up letting more air out of your bicycle tire than it puts into your tire if you have Presta valves. The only use is to give you a false sence of security that you will be able to repair a flat in an emergency.

Have you ever tried to identify a pin prick hole in an innertube on the trail to put a patch on it? You will empty your drinking water supply looking for the pin hole and if you are lucky you might find it. Carry a spare innertube and get a real pump or CO2 inflator. Buy tubes with sealer (Slime or other).
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Those sticker patches are crap. They might get you home but will soon leak, after which good luck trying to remove them in order to apply a proper rubber patch.
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what are mini bikes?
tiny bicycles?
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tiny bicycles?
tiny motorcycles
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