Deluxe Double Arm Repair Stand + 100-3D Clamps by Park Tool
Setting standards for repair stands for 40 years, the Park Tool Deluxe Double Arm Repair Stand with two 100-3D clamps is the ideal addition to your bike shop for turning and burning bikes all day. Its built from heavy-duty oversized steel tubing that's strong enough to last for a lifetime on its own, but is hit with chrome plating to extend its lifetime and make maintenance and cleaning a breeze. It features adjustable height, with five different positions that can be locked into with Park Tool's Lock Block system to hold heights of 50-to-62-inches. The stand easily spins around 360-degrees for swapping up which bike you need to work on at any given moment. This particular model comes with two Park Tool 100-3D clamps, ideal for holding a huge range of frame sizes. Its clamp uses a spinning vice to hold tubes, allowing for a wider opening than its sibling, the 100-3C, going all the way up to a 3-inch diameter tube. Just as the stand its self can rotate horizontally 360-degrees, the clamps can be rotated vertically 360-degrees, so you can turn the bike to get hard to reach places with ease. When fully loaded the stand can hold up to 120lb, so even the heaviest mountain bikes and e-bikes won't be a problem to work on. This repair stand does not include a base and needs to be mounted either to a #135 Steel Base Plate for semi-mobile stand, or mounted to the floor through the FP-2 Floor Mounting Plate if you want to keep it fixed in one place, plates are sold separately.
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