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Park Tool Home Mechanic PCS9 Repair Stand

Superb value for money bicycle repair stand offering legendary Park quality for an unbeatable cost.

  • Three-point leg system creates stable base
  • Three-point folding leg system creates a stable base to work from
  • Clamp height adjusts from 39 inches to 57 inches (99 cm to 145 cm)
  • Simple screw type clamp adjusts to fit many different shaped tubes, 7/8 inch to 3 inches (24 mm to 76 mm) in size
  • Clamp rotates 360 degrees with the bike installed for easy access to any part or component
  • Adjustable clamping pressure helps to prevent damage to thin-walled tubes
  • Folds to 41 inches (104 cm) for transit and storage
  • Replaceable jaw covers
  • Made from powder coated steel tubing

Buy Park Tool Home Mechanic PCS9 Repair Stands from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Blue - Black
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 114 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Entry Level Stand ok, this is my first bike stand, I just saw or checked a few more in the store. It is easy to install and it works fine. Most probably the up / down adjustment won't see much use as it is a pain anyway. Mine leans forward a bit so when attaching on the seat post the bike is on a bit of an angle. Otherwise nice finish, and I expect it to last. Feet fold awkwardly for storage, but not to a compact size. There might be better ones out there but for the occasional use this is great 28 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A must have This is a great bit of kit well worth buying don't buy a cheap one 23 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Piece of kit Stand is a must have for bicycle maintenance saves a lot of time when adjusting gears breaks etc. 22 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Simple and functional Simple, functional and well built. Only gripe is how it sticks after tightening the clamp- can't twist anymore. Need to do it with the bike in. Otherwise fine. 22 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sturdy, well made, good value Always thought of buying one of these as bending down to fix the bike, clean it or just do some tweaks ws a pain. Now i wouldn't work on a bike without this stand. Easy to assemble , easy to break down, holds my XL full sussed at nearly max height without wobbling. Very happy 17 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by solid quality product Having struggled without stand for a number of years. Now I have used this I can't imagine going back without it. Great quality too and very strong. 08 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Отличный стенд Свою цену в 100$ это стенд оправдывает на все 200% . Для домашнего использование то, что нужно. Места много не занимает,собирается-разбирается 4 мин. Не совсем удобно поднимать по вертикали(шестигранники) 07 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Très agréable Un pied d'atelier plutôt robuste en tout cas pas de problèmes a déplorer jusqu’à maintenant. Montage super simple et rapide (5 minutes montre en main) Petit plus les pieds du bas se plie le long du tube central ce qui permet d'avoir un pied tout en longueur pour transport ou rangement. Seul petit défaut a mon avis est le bras avec la pince qui serre le cadre peut être un poil rigide a mon gout, mais a noter une grande variété du positionnement de cette dernière pour adapter la position du vélo a notre guise. Bref matériel au top surtout pour son prix très abordable. Je le conseille aux hésitants ;) 22 May 2014
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Hi! It uses hex-screws so you need a tool to adjust height (included)
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A hex wrench is used to adjust height.
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It doesn't have quick release only screws for height adjustment
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You need an allen key to screw 2bolt to adjust the height.
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It uses screws.
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Upright adjustment is secured using a Quick Release system.
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no quick realise, but it sure is easy , a few easy turns and its loose.
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It uses screws so you need an allen tool for height adjustment
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Composite seat post?

I have a Giant TCR Composite 1 with a Giant TCR Vector Composite seatpost. Is it OK to clamp this seatpost?

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Yes, the adjutable clamp pressure and rubber jaws allow this workstand to confidently hold carbon, thin walled aluminium etc without any trouble. It should be fine to use on your Vector composite seatpost.
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clamp is big, i dont see why not. i have 8 bikes they all work perfect for it
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Same as the PCS-10 - it's 45kg... but that does assume that the weight is distributed evenly over the centre of the supporting legs. In practice, I've not had any 'toppling over' issues. Well pleased with mine...
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The maximum weight holding capaicty of the PCS-10 is 45 kg (100 lb.). However, this assumes the weight is centered over the legs.
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