Park Tool PCS-12.2 Home Mechanic Bench Mount Repair Stand

Park Tool PCS-12.2 Home Mechanic Bench Mount Repair Stand
Park Tool PCS-12.2 Home Mechanic Bench Mount Repair Stand
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PCS-12.2 Home Mechanic Bench Mount Repair Stand by Park Tool
If you don't have space in the garage for a fold-out workstand or just want a perfectly stable mount to take care of your pride and joy, the Park Tool PCS-12. 2 Home Mechanic Bench Mount Repair Stand is worth a gander. The flat base can be mounted to any surface you'd like it to mount to, and its short design makes it ideal for taller counters to mimic free-standing heights. The smooth rotating, 360-degree clamp arm lets you orient the bike to best suit the repair and opens up clamping options for you like the seatpost or the top tube of steel bikes. The short clamp height helps with tight-fitting areas, and the jaws open to fit one to three-inch tubes.

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SKU: PARE02V
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