Deluxe Single Arm Repair Stand with 100-3D Clamp by Park Tool
Deck out your shop with reliability with the Park Tool Deluxe Single Arm Repair Stand with 100-3D Clamp. This sturdy stand will help you turn and burn bikes, since you won't be messing with tipping foldable stands and faulty clamps, and instead able to lock in reliably and get to work. Its clamp features huge adjustability, and can hold any frame from 7/8-inch to 3-inches in tube diameter, including aero frames, and bikes up to 120lb. The Deluxe Single Arm Repair Stand features adjustable height that locks into place firmly at anywhere from 50 to 62-inches, so mechanics of different heights can get work done, and it features an improved upright clamp over the Park Tool PRS-3OS stand, supplying you with a more solid connection between the two upright tubes, and including a new height adjustment pin that locks things into place, so you won't lose your spot. One thing to keep in mind is that this stand needs to either be mounted directly into your shop floor with the help of the Park Tool FP2 floor mounting plate, or the Park Tool number 130 steel base plate if you'd like to maintain the ability to move the stand across your floor.
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