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The Park PCS-4-2 Deluxe home mechanic repair stand is a high quality unit designed for the home mechanic which loves to work on his bike.
Suitable for all types of bikes, the Park PCS-4-2 repair stand is designed to suspend up to 45kg.
Made from powdercoated steel tubing, the Park PCS-4-2 is designed to last and look great for years to come.
Best used on a flat surface the four-point legs keep the stand stable by keeping weight low. This design also reduces tripping on/bumping the legs as is common on 3 legged stands. The PCS-4-2 uses the 100-5D Micro-Adjust Clamp, which will securely hold any tube from 23 to 76mm. The clamp head also rotates 360 degrees and is adjustable in height up to 170cm.
Stand weight is 11kg.
NOTE: The maximum weight holding capacity of the PCS-4 is 45 kg with the weight centered over the legs
Park PCS 4 2 Stand review V.Happy with the new Park Stand Very solid, strong steel round tube construction and bike doesn't move when in it Surprisingly compact when folded y frame legs simply fold together so you can store it relatively flat, bonus. Would have like the clamp action jaws but more $$$, standard lock jaws work well and prob not worth spending extra on the clamp jaws Overall very happy Cheers
Now this is one of those products that I procrastinated about buying due to the big price tag, but since biting the bullet and purchasing it, I'm wondering how I ever got by without it! Since getting it my bike feels like new after being able to replace the gear cable, fit new pads, bleed the brakes, correctly align the callipers and wheels, ....I could go on, but I'm sure you get the gist. I highly recommend this for anyone that is serious about doing all their own maintenance.
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