PRS-2.2-1 Deluxe Double Arm Repair Stand by Park Tool
The Park Tool Deluxe Double Arm Repair Stand with two 100-3C Clamps sets the standard for bike industry repair stands, with durable construction, and versatile use. Its heavy-duty frame is made from heavy-gauge oversized steel tubing that's strong on its own, but is treated with a chrome plating to extend its lifetime and make cleaning a breeze. The stand's height is adjustable, with five available positions from 50 to 62-inches tall, using Park Tool's lock block system, and it can be rotated horizontally a full 360-degrees when you need to switch up which bike you're working on. This model comes along with two Park Tool 100-C3 clamps which are easy to adjust and clamp down in a hurry, with no spinning of vices needed. The clamps can open to hold a tube with a maximum diameter of 1-5/8-inches, perfect for most road bikes and holding bikes by their seat post, but if you need a larger opening for beefy top tubes the Park Tool 100-3D clamps might be better fitted for you. The clamps can also be rotated a full 360-degrees, so you can move a bike's position and lock it into place to get to hard to reach spots, or spin it out of the way completely when you're busy working on the other side. When fully loaded, this stand can hold up to 120lb, so even the heaviest mountain 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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