Solid construction and works great on my 2013 flhtcu. The screw on valve and flexible hose makes it easy to get to the servicing port behind my saddle bag, and you do not loose any air when disconnecting the hose. Guage is as accurate as it gets.
I am not sure what the deal was with this pump. I tried it a few times and it didn’t seem to work properly. It would pump up to 50 psi with a single stroke. The shock setting for harley road king classic is under 20 psi. I tried it a few different times and it was always the same. I tried using to pump up a bicycle tire (way to small for that by the way, it works but would take far too long to be practical) and it started working properly. I tried it on the shocks again and was able to pump them up to the proper pressure. Unfortunately it seats quite deep so i have to remove the schrader valve from its mount in order to use the pump. Unless someone has any ideas i will have to see if there is some kind of adaptor which will work. Other than those things this pump is extremely well made and quite reasonably priced.
Has every feature of more expensive pumps and gets the job done. I misplaced my original pump and needed a replacement. Found this least expensive product and i have used it extensively without failure. Verified effective on fox and roc shox products.
I am motorcycle technician and this tool has been used professionally. Motorcycle front or rear air suspension takes very small amount of air and i would not recommend using anything else to add or release air in them other than this tool. It is very well made and accurate. Hose is flexible and swivels from under the gauge. Right in the middle of the swiveling point is pressure release button. Remember to leave little extra pressure in shock because when you remove the hose from the valve you will be losing some air. Also compact allowing you to take it with you and have it in the tool kit.
Have had this more than several months now having only used a few times it is a good pump with a nice visible gage all made of a good quality aluminum feeling material. Does the job keeping the air in my rear shocks of my harley. A great value for the money. I certainly could have spent more but no need with this pump.
I bought this for my ultra classic air shocks. I decided on the fox brand because i figured they are the premier shock brand. I wasn’t wrong, this pump works great and doesn’t leak at all when removing from the shock valve stem. I like that it is a higher psi than most others on the market.
I got this for my air shock on my victory vision. It beats the snot out of the bike pump i was using. It screws on tight and pumps up easy. The gauge works well and does bounce around like some i’ve seen. It is also surprisingly small and compact. It stows in my side bag and takes up no room at all. The release valve only releases a small amount of air so dialing in your pressure is a snap. It also feels sturdy in your hand and has a hefty solid weight to it.
Key specs for Fox Racing Shox Shock Pump 027-00-007 – 150 Psi Max:
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- Makes spring rate adjustments on the air sleeve a simple task
- 150 psi max
- For use with Fox Float/II AirShox
- For use with Fox Float/II AirShox
Comments from buyers
“Cost effective solution to the Victory Cross Country rear shock pump, Pump for Air Suspension, Street Glide Shock Pump!”
I only work with shocks that have a max pressure of 50 psi. Makes smaller measurements not as precise. I did not realize that when i ordered but it is a really nice pump.
Works great using on hd factory air shocks. Can’t see why anyone would spend $50+ on a harley-davidson pump. Update this is the second pump i bought. My boss just purchased a road king and was asking me about the factory air shocks. I have him my first one and ordered another for me. This is a must have if you are looking for something affordable that just works.
Good quality, i use it for my air shocks on my harley and it works perfect, seems to be built well.
I lost the pump for my 2015 victory cross country. It fits the vic’s rear shock valve. I think i can use this also for getting the tires of the vic to the correct air pressure. It’s also a cost effective solution compared to the victory-branded air pump.
I used this on a 2011 harley davidson street glide. The gauge works ok, i wish i would of looked closer at the gauge range before i bought it, this one goes from 0-150 psi, so its hard to know exactly how much air is in the shock when your making fine tune adjustments. I wish i would of got a pump that went from 0-60 psi or so. Also, i wish it came with some type of protective case just so the gauge glass doesn’t get all scratched up sliding around in the saddle bag.
I use this to pump up my victory motorcycle’s rear air shock. It works great for that purpose and is easy to use. The pump also has a bleeder valve, so you lower the pressure, if needed. The only reason for 4 stars is that i do not like the large gaps in labeled increments on the gauge. I would prefer to see more numerical values on the gauge.
I’ve been searching for a pump for my new street glide air shocks. Very hard to find something with a head that will fit in the very small space between the fender and the saddle bag.
I’m very happy that i saved some money and purchased this for our 2006 harley davidson street glide rear shocks. Fits perfectly in the lid of a saddlebag.
This worked when the rock shox pump that i borrowed from a friend did not. The rock shox pump would not engage the release valve on the shock stem for my rock shox sid. Looking at the rock shox pump compared to this, i did not expect the fox shox pump to actually do anything different, but it did engage the release valve and i was able to pump my shock up. Only issue with this pump is that it’s max is 150 psi, whereas rock shox is 300. I only needed 130 psi, so i can’t really complain. For the price this did the trick well.