A great work stand accessory built to keep tools, lubes and spare parts close at hand. The #106 installs easily utilizing our exclusive receiver pod accessory system found on PRS-15, PCS-10 and PCS-11 Repair Stands. Also fits PCS-1, PCS-4 and PCS-9 Repair Stands when used with part #106-AC Accessory Collar (available separately). Perfect as a convenient way to keep tools and supplies handy in the workshop or at events.
Park Tool 106 Work Tray Features:
Universal, large compartment
Integrated tab system holds plastic market bag for trash
Universal tool/towel bar
Two receiver pods to accept accessories
Easy on and off
Weight: 1 lbs
Buy Park Tool 106 Work Tray from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.
Rated 4 out of 5 by flyvomit It's so useful it should come with the workstand.
I use the workstand for basic maintenance, nothing heavy duty, and i've found this piece of kit really useful. Especially cos i've got no tables or any flat surfaces within the bike's radius. So all the small stuff goes safely in the tray, nothing gets misplaced and i won't trip on anything on the floor. It's so useful it should come with the workstand :)
21 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jomateix Great product
Much better product than it seems on the pictures. Good relation price/quality.
10 December 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Can't mount
Beware if you have the PCS9 work stand, you'll need the 106-ac optional accessory which chain reaction don't appear to sell! 2 stars only for this,otherwise functional tray which does as it says. Really annoying that it doesn't fit out of the box and no warning on the web site.
25 December 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous A bugger to fit, but
... once on it's invaluable. Got my lube in the side tray, rags on the rail at the other side and the main tray is for whatever I'm doing at the time - roll-y bolts, bits of headset stacked in the right order, etc.
Just make sure you understand which way it's supposed to fit on - hint: on my PRS-10 it's the opposite way round to the way this photo presents it, and this resulted in lots of whacking things that shouldn't have been whacked.
13 January 2012