Park Tool 104 Repair Stand Work Tray

Park Tool 104 Repair Stand Work Tray
Park Tool 104 Repair Stand Work Tray
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104 Repair Stand Work Tray by Park Tool
If you're anything like us, you have a knack of putting down hex-wrenches, screwdrivers, nuts, and bolts just about anywhere but where they should be while working on your bike. We think the designers at Park Tool might have the same habit, which is why they created the Repair Stand Work Tray - 104 to work with any 1-3/8in or 1-5/8in upright repair stands. This handy work tray secures to your stand, and has slots for assorted tools, plus trays for parts, so you're not as likely to set them down on random counters, floors, or stools, so you can focus on wrenching away instead of searching for washers and axles.

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SKU: PAR0122
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