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Works Connection No Air Loss Adaptor
Works Connection No Air Loss Adaptor


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Item #WKS001X

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Waste of money

Isn't any better then just using the regular WC air pump by itself. Work's connection ensures that the loss of air you hear is normal when removing the lossless air valve and to trust that your reading is accurate and your only releasing built up pressure from the pump line, not the fork. But that's wrong. If you take another Reading youll see you've lost anywhere from 20 to 30 psi. So this makes the purchase of both air pump and there lossless valve a WASTE OF MONEY

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A must have

If you own a 2015 Honda CRF this is a MUST have tool, only way to set the forks correctly. Why Honda does not include a air pump with the bike is beyond me.

2 Questions
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Q: Is the connection to the fork/shock threaded? I can't see any knurling on the chromed end of it.
1 month 29 days ago
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1 month 29 days ago
A: The center of the chrome is threaded to match the EZ fill adapters
Q: Normal for PSI to change shortly after setting it?
1 year 4 months ago
Is it Normal for PSI to change shortly after setting it? I set the psi to 154. I would disconnect everything and then re-connect and check and it was never at 154 psi the 10 times I checked. Is this normal?
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1 year 4 months ago
A: Yes it is. Typically after riding pressure will build slightly. Also after taking off air gauge some air is lost. Also climate can cause air pressure to adjust slightly.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Works Connection No Air Loss Adaptor 26-355