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  • Lezyne - Slip Chuck - Hi Gloss

Lezyne Slip Chuck

$9.95

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    The Lezyne Slip Chuck's 90-degree bend makes it the valve head of choice for precariously positioned valve stems. Disc wheels, tri-spokes, and super-deep carbon rims — you know the usual offenders in this category. The Slip Chuck is 100% CNC-machined aluminum and features a two-piece design to easily replace the rubber O-ring with one of the six extras Lezyne includes. Please note that this Slip Chuck is only compatible with Presta valves.

    • Item #LED002F

    Tech Specs

    Material
    aluminum
    Valve Type
    Presta
    Claimed Weight
    7 g
    Recommended Use
    inflating tires
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is so easy to use that I'm surprised Lezyne doesn't supply this chuck with their floor pumps exclusively. Much easier than the 'screw type' chuck and it won't slip off. I use this with my Alloy Drive Floor Pump.

    Is this what I need to use to be able to pump shocks & forks? If not what is?

    Hey Ian! This is designed for pumping up tires & tubes. You'll want a shock pump for suspension - I would recommend using a Topeak Pocket Shock DXG Fork & Shock Pump ( TOP0036 ) or if you can swing it the Lezyne Shock Digital Drive Floor Pump ( LED002E ) is a fantastic option. Let me know if you have any other questions or anything I can help out with! Cheers, Connor

    I use a Lezyne pump and use the plastic "Speed Chuck" I seem to be replacing it yearly and it has a hard time staying on the valve. Would this help with my issue?