Blackburn Carbon Fiber Frame Pump

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MSRP : $44.99


Product Description

Carbon Fiber barrel is spring loaded to fit modern frames shaves 33 grams over its aluminum counterpart. Soft rubber at each end protects frame. T-handle is more ergonomic. Locking barrel. PrestaSchrader Compatible. Max pressure 160 PSISizing Measure from inside corner to inside corner of top tube bottomX-Small 390mm - 430mm 15.36 - 16.9Small 430mm - 470mm 15.37 - 18.5Medium 470mm - 510mm 18.5 - 20Large 510mm - 550mm 20 - 21.65



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Discoloration on Fuji Carbon Fiber Frame

Cross posted on bike forums but wanted to get your opinions as well. I wanted to ask this when I bought it but I kept forgetting. Its purely cosmetic but I was curious nonetheless. The portions of the frame that are black have this weird discoloration going on. When i touch the questioned area ... Read More »

Prepping a carbon fiber frame for pressfit-30 bottom bracket with aluminum cups?

I think it's safe to assume that one does not face or ream the bottom bracket shell of a carbon fiber frame prior to pressing in the aluminum cups. But is there any way to maximize the fit between the carbon fiber shell and aluminum cup? And what material does one use on the cup when placing it? ... Read More »

Carbon Fiber Frame On Dirt Roads

I bought a CX bike because I thought I'd do CX races. I don't. By the time the season ends for me (November), I just want to relax. No biking, no swimming and no running (I do long distance triathlons). My CX bike is a BMC Cross Machine (aluminum). I'm thinking about switching it out to a car ... Read More »

Great deal On state of the art Carbon Fiber Frame

Just got this in neuvations newsletter. I have the FC-500 frame and this thing is unbelievable, full Monocoque and very light and responsive and for only $795 this is a great deal! [url=http://www.neuvationcycling.com/product-list/road-framesets-1246/]Road Framesets - www.neuvationcycling.com[ ... Read More »

Torquing brakes on carbon fiber frame

Going to install new brakes on my SuperSix and the Cannondale manual says to consult component manufacturers specs for torque values. Shimano says tighten to 8-10nm. Is this too much for the CF? That sounds high to me, I don't want to trash my frame/fork/face.Read More »

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