If Ya don't have the North lubricant ; what else works good to keepSupaEZ wrote:...
It does service easily by unscrewing the cap of pump
North supplies with pump a lubricant
mrtbreeze wrote:Ive just had to throw away ANOTHER pump.
certainly not for 200-300$! but i think it is enough to make the usual pumps with the possibility to detach the piston from the shaft, so you can clean or replace the shaft gasket. all the rest parts are usually accessible for cleaning and lubricating.alexeyga wrote:Although it's technically possible to design a nuke-proof pump that will outlast a few quivers of your kites i seriously doubt that anybody would agree to pay 200-300$ for one. Not to mention that given the conditions it's used in (salty water and sand which, sometimes, has the the consistency of dust) it will weight a ton. So as such, regular kites pumps a cheap and simple. With some minimal maintenance these can last ages, you just need to take the time to do it. Is it really that hard to spend 15mins every dozen sessions to disassemble your pump for cleaning and lubing?
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