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greenhat
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Re: Kite pump

Postby greenhat » Wed Nov 20, 2013 9:40 am

i would just recommend a double action pump. The one in the link says its a double action, so it looks good.

sarc: I didn't know they made pumps that suck from the bottom. those don't sound good unless you like a little extra weight to your kite :)

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Re: Kite pump

Postby William Munney » Wed Nov 20, 2013 12:35 pm

rodeoclown wrote:I've been using this SUP pump since last winter and its really easy to get the kite
pumped up to those upper pressures without any strain on the back.
It pumps on the down stroke only.

http://www.seaeagle.com/accessories/pumps/sup-pump


The Kwik Tek pump from Amazon is normally double action but has a knob that you can twist to convert to down stroke pumping only.

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Re: Kite pump

Postby nafets » Wed Nov 20, 2013 8:59 pm

Thanks guys for all the info :) I just thought of a place where double action pumps might be sold over here. I will check that the following days, and if they do not have anything, I will order this one from ebay


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