Park Tool Repair Stand Base

Park Tool Repair Stand Base
Park Tool Repair Stand Base
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Repair Stand Base by Park Tool
Getting your shop set up with a proper repair stand is nice, but deciding how you're going to secure it can take, well, some deciding. If you're looking for a solid, but mobile stand, reach for the Park Tool Repair Stand Base. It's made from heavy duty steel, and weighs in at a whopping 115-lb to keep your stand in place. It mounts virtually all Park Tool repair stands safely in the corner, making it an ideal stand for corners of rooms or ends of benches.

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SKU: PAR0238
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