Park Tool PCS-1 Extension Kit

Park Tool PCS-1 Extension Kit
Park Tool PCS-1 Extension Kit
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PCS-1 Extension Kit by Park Tool
The Park Tool PCS-EXT Extension Kit makes it possible to raise the working height of the pre-2001 PCS-1 Repair Stand. The PCS-EXT is required for the use of the 106-AC or 106 tool tray.

SKU: PAR0264
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