Replace the Plunger on a Topeak Road Morph G and Pump
Topeak makes bicycle accessories of all shapes and sizes—from saddles to racks. What's more is they back up their products with a warranty and stellar service.
Recently while Cycling around Tampa with my pump poorly secured on my shiny new road bike, the pump caught the spokes, the plunger deployed, and the plunger bent to the point of being unusable! I promptly (three months later) went to Topeak's site to scan their selection of replacement parts, only to find that they don't offer the plunger.
Upon calling their product support line, they sent me a new plunger for free on the grounds that the Service Tech "couldn't find a price for the damn thing." Now, that's service! And this is a guide on how to fix "the damn thing."
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|Topeak Road Morph G plunger (not bent to shit)||×||1|
|rounded vice grips or pliers||×||1|
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