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Park Tool Professional Wheel Truing Stand - TS2.2

The world’s most popular wheel truing stand and the standard of the industry for 35 years is now, more than ever, the stand to choose for daily shop use. The new TS-2.2 combines time-tested functions from the legendary TS-2 with new features to make it more accurate and versatile than ever.

Park Tool Professional Wheel Truing Stand - TS2.2 Features:

  • Accepts wheels up to 29” with or without tire
  • Calipers accept rim widths up to 4”
  • Accepts hub widths up to 175mm
  • Removable/replaceable composite caliper tips protect painted rims
  • Stronger, more comfortable knobs
  • Uprights move simultaneously to accommodate front and rear wheels
  • Spring-loaded calipers and caliper arm prevent binding
  • Nickel chrome plated heavy gauge steel
  • Smooth, accurate operation
  • Can be bench mounted or installed in a bench vice
  • Fits the TSB-2 Truing Stand Base
  • Weight: 17

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  • Colour: Silver
Rated 4 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very Good but no p&klie !!!! Very Good but no p&klie !!!! good work, great construction TOP for price ! Superbe belle objet et sérieux en qualité ! Bon travail et très lourd. 28 August 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not impressed I bought a TS2.2 as the TS2 was an industry standard and I couldn't justify the cost of the DT Swiss stand. First impressions were not too bad, it is robust , well finished and the optional mount is ok, if a little expensive. My major issue is with centering the calipers. This stand is not factory calibrated and Park have the nerve to sell a centering gauge. I used a properly dished front wheel to calibrate mine, but was dismayed to find that calibration was off for a rear wheel. I spent many hours re-checking and fine tuning the calibration, to no avail. The cause of the problem is that the caliper arm is not mounted square to the stand and the caliper mount is also not true. Not acceptable for a precision tool from a market leader. My experience with Park tools thus far is not very positive, over priced and under engineered. 30 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Лично меня устраивает все. Лично меня устраивает все. просто и легко !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 03 April 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by poor QC, common issue with incorrect factory calibration Was received with the caliper bolt all rusted out, other parts of the truing stand appear to be slightly rusted as well. Given the significant cost of the stand one would imagine that it would go through an extensive quality assurance/control process. The stand received was definitely not factory calibrated. The calipers were about 5mm off when checked with a correctly dished front & rear wheel. i also had to adjust the bolt that controls the tension on the caliper arm - one was too tight which did not allow the spring to work correctly to make the left arm reset to the bolt position (when adjusting wide to narrow). Due to the bolt position against the two springs, the two caliper arm tips with not in line, about 3mm off. Overall really badly calibrated. It would be good if they at least included a calibration tool (like that metal park tool version to align for correct dish - but instead made out of hard plastic, should not cost more than $10 for them to make). Perhaps it's a bad batch of stands? Not sure. My stand had a build/'calibrated' sticker date of 23/7/2013. Seems like others had issues with rust and bad factory calibration... 26 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by solid When I first received this it was not aligned correctly (off centre by +5mm) and and took a while to get the callipers centred to the hub, but now that it is correct it is great, very solid too. 08 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lovely piece of kit but expensive The TS2.2 truing is solidly made and will save me its purchase price in 6 or so wheel truings. It's a shame that Park Tools don't include the alignment gauge in the price, particularly as the stand has left Park Tools factory poorly aligned (the callipers required centring before use) - which is disappointing given the price. 05 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by A sturdy and dependable truing stand A really solid truing stand. The stand alone without the base weights in at around 9kg and is solidly constructed to last. Just completed truing a newly build wheelset with no issues. Allows you to true a wheel both laterally and horizontally with ease. 09 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by The only trusted wheel truing stand in the market No regrets. A must buy for those who love building wheels 03 October 2013
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The top section of the Lateral Caliper has sections cut out for truing radially. This cannot realistically be carried out with the tyre still on the rim (as shown in the image on the listing).

The image found here highlights the radial section described above - http://i.imgur.com/DnCyZuI.jpg
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You will just need to position the truing calipers below the wheel and you will be able to true your wheels radially. If you want a gauge specifically, i believe there are further attachments available for purchase.

Otherwise, if you are looking to dish your wheel, you would probably need a dishing tool.
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