The Topeak Mini Morph pump is a portable bicycle pump. It has a fold-out footpad and a T-shaped handle to give you more leverage when you need to pump up a tire on the go. The hose is extendable by an inch or two and the flip-lock head fits both Presta and Schrader valves. Having a hose is awesome because it makes it easier to pump, an less likely for you to break the valve through fatigue. I’ve owned mine for a while, and it’s been through a lot, but it still functioned, until the valve lever broke.
The valve lever cracked on my Topeak Mini Morph bike pump (TMM-1) while I was trying to add some air to my tire, which was running low. So I made a new one. This is not an official Topeak product, but it’s been doing well for me so far. It fits on the Mini Morph; I can’t guarantee fit on their other pumps. It does not look like the same style lever on the Road Morph or the Mountain Morph. It’s slightly less ergonomic, but I believe stronger than the original part.
To install it, you need to push out the metal pin, as shown in the image. You can use a metal rod (like an allen wrench) and gently tap it out with a hammer. You must push out from the smaller end. If you apply a little bit of heat on the opposite end (the larger end) then it can come out easier, but be careful to not melt the plastic. To re-install this replacement part, push the pin back in, and tap gently until the larger toothed end is back in place.