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    EDC Tap Tool

    Anyone holding one of these? I ordered the EDC v2 and figured Id try and go with the threaded install vs the Threadless carrier just because it's one less piece to deal with. Hate to have to buy the stupid tap tool for a single use though.

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    Could always just buy the pump .

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    That probably makes more sense. But then I wouldn't be cool with a tool in my steerer

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    Plus $65 for a frikken minipump pisses me off more .

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    I went to a local shop and floated them a little beer money and they did it for me


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    Think I might just be smart and get the pump. How is the 70cc vs the 100cc pump size wise when mounted under a bottle cage?

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    100cc pump:

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    I think 70cc is same diameter but shorter (?).

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    Just buy the tap and rent it out for beer to your buddies. That's what I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andeh View Post
    Just buy the tap and rent it out for beer to your buddies. That's what I did.
    Wait, some of you have buddies IRL? Or are you sending the tap/beer through the mail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duffman View Post
    Think I might just be smart and get the pump. How is the 70cc vs the 100cc pump size wise when mounted under a bottle cage?
    Get the 100 cause it has more room to store stuff and more volume is more better. It's not a cheap pump, but it's well-built. I've got four years on mine, and while it looks rough on the outside from taking a beating, the insides and function are flawless. It can also be used as a weapon in a pinch, which is an added benefit I guess?
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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    I use my tap and let my friends use it. Otherwise a shop should be willing to do it for $/beer.

    Love my oneup EDC in the steerer. OneUP pumps are sick too, but I went wit ha lighter Lezyn
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    Duffman I'm about to use mine today on a new fork. If you can't borrow one locally I will mail you mine as long as you mail it back when you're done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Duffman I'm about to use mine today on a new fork. If you can't borrow one locally I will mail you mine as long as you mail it back when you're done!
    Amazing! Thanks, I'll see if I can find one here or a local shop, if not I'll hit you up

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    I should have one in a box somewhere too. Let me know if it falls to second string.

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