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  • andymc06
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    I have the Lezyne Alloy drive. Very nicely made bit of kit. High quality and works well.

    crispy1980
    Member

    Basically I’m after a new pump to take to the trails. I want one of the larger micro pumps as um sick of 300 stroke to inflate a tired I’m thinking either Lezyne micro floor drive or topeak mountain morph. Anyone have experience with either or know of a better alternative fir around the same price? 25 quid ish. Cheers chris

    mattmbk
    Member

    Also have the Lezyne Drive, occasionally screws the valve core out when you remove it but otherwise fine. A push on adaptor is available for Presta valves.

    zelak999
    Member

    +1 for the Lezyne

    crispy1980
    Member

    Looking like that then. Was concerned about it removing the inner valve as my mate’s screw on dies this and it’s bloody annoying!

    drummer
    Member

    Just bought a topeak Mountain Morph after researching on here, best pump I have ever had

    z1ppy
    Member

    Mtn Morph or one of it’s many clones for me

    Premier Icon zilog6128
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    Also have the Lezyne Drive, occasionally screws the valve core out when you remove it but otherwise fine. A push on adaptor is available for Presta valves.

    I have this problem too, it makes the pump basically unusable IMO – which is a shame because up until the point it pisses all the air out of the valve it’s a great pump! Don’t suppose you have a link to the adapter?

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    M:Parts Evolution (also sold variously as Truflo and Outland I think)- like a mountain morph but cheaper and the foot doesn’t fall off as much.

    The drive is classic lezyne- a slightly wonky idea, beautifully executed.

    khegs
    Member

    I think they are fixed the issue with unscrewing valve inners on the newer Lezynes?

    Do the ones people are having problems with have a little press valve on the side of the adaptor hose?

    I like my alloy drive, it just works, & can get the pressure high enough without being ridiculously hard.

    mattmbk
    Member

    The push on adaptor came with my Lezyne floor pump but is available separately. It’s call a speed chuck, on eBay for about £6 ish. Bit pricey for a bit of plastic but works fine.

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