Park Tool PCS-9 Home Mechanic Repair Stand 2005

Park Tool  PCS-9 Home Mechanic Repair Stand  2005

1 Review

Brand: Park Tool
Category: Bike Stands

Description: The new PCS-9 offers Park Tool quality in an entry level repair stand for the home mechanic. Check all these features: | * Three-point leg system creates stable base | * Height adjusts from 39"to 57"(99cm to 145cm) | * Screw type clamp adjusts to fit tubes of various shapes from 7/8" to 3" (24mm to 76mm) | * Screw type clamp adjusts to fit tubes from 7/8" to 3" (24mm to 76mm) | * Clamp rotates 360 degrees for easy access to any part of bike. Will also clamp on aero shaped seat posts. | * Clamps aero posts | * Adjustable clamping pressure prevents damage to thin-walled tubes | * Clamp is 3.5-inches wide (9cm) | * Folds to 41" (104cm) for portability and storage | * Replaceable jaw covers (part #1185K) | * Made from powder coated steel tubing | * Backed by the Park Tool warranty and reputation for quality. | | The PCS-9 legs fold upward for easy storage. Loosen the lower bolt on the primary tube, and lift legs upwards. | | Weight: 20.3 lbs. / 9.2 kg | Related products: PCS-1, PCS-4, PCS-2, PRS-15, | Available accessories: HBH-1 | Replacement parts for this product: 1185K jaw covers

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" Good for personal maintenance use "

Overall Rating
Reviewed on: 3rd Mar 2006 from Tampines Singapore

The Review
Although the weakness seems pretty annoying but I doesn't bother me at all. Height is most of the time fixed and by tightening and checking the bolts regularly will prevent these problems. $180 for a pretty decent Park Tool workstand is worth the money, no regrets.

Stability, my bike weighs at least 14kg and this stand is holding it firm. With a workshop stand around, maintenance work has never been easier. The screw clamp is firm and have good grip on the seatpost. The powder coated poles are shiny and nice.

A bit flexy but I guess it is inevitable because my bike is pretty heavy. The vertical poles are clamped together by a bolts, which does not allow quick adjustments. The legs are also fasten together by a allen bolt and can come loose if not tighten properly.

Duration of product used
1 year

Bike Setup
Schwinn Moab 3 17\", SRAM X-7 Trigger Shifters and rear derailleur, PG-950 cassette. Deore front derailleur. Avid SD Ti and SL lever. DT-Swiss XR4.1 rims and Competition spokes, Shimano XT hubs, irc mythos XC tires. M515 with SIDI Action SRS. Spinner Echo fork. Chris King headset. Truvativ GXP Stylo Crankset.

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Topping bike upside down to do maintenance which is crap!

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