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Great for recumbents and bikes with odd shaped tubing, the Park Tool PCS-9 Home Mechanic Repair Stand has a screw type clamp that adjusts to fit tubes of various shapes, from 7/8" to 3". Height adjustable, the clamp rotates 360 degrees, giving you easy access to any part of your bike. Lightweight yet durable, the stand folds down to just 41" for convenient storage when not in use. - L.M.
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I use a pcs 9 at work as a portable stand. The stand i purchased isnt as good quality as the rod hasnt been welded to the clamp at the correct angle causing the clamp to dip. Good price and fast delivery though.
After looking at many different stands I decided to buy the PCS-9 for cleaning and general maintenance and so glad I did. It supports the weight of my KTM macina cross E-Bike (21.5kg) with ease. Sturdy bit of kit!
Great purchase and will certainly be used frequently to sort out the family bike collection. Good price and delivered quickly.
Having struggled with a cheap bike stand for many years, I finally took the plunge and went for this Park PCS-9. In the past I have been very pleased with the products from Park, as they have always seen to be thoughtfully designed using quality materials. The PCS-9 has exceeded expectation being much heavier constructed that expected, it was also quick to put up and down, and offers various ways to position bike for maximum access. Would have liked the support tubes to be firmly parked in the folded away position by design. To avoid the tubes unfolding during handling, had to improvise with some bungee chord. The PCs-10 seems to have this function but is much more expensive for little else so am happy to live with this short coming.
I wanted a cheap basic stand for simple bike maintenance and cleaning. Easy to assemble and vertical bit comes out of the stand easily for storage so it takes up minimum of space in the garage. It's stable and robust. Now I can clean bike properly, adjust the gears etc without my back aching. Without a stand most bike maintenance is done 18" from the ground. Not any more. Should have got one years ago. Check out higher spec models if you think you need the added features. Would have given it 4.5 stars if I could. I'm a bit miffed I'm too old for my age to be included in the field below! Once you reach 54, hang up your cleats!
Luxury quality item, any workstand is better than none but for this price it's a must. Easy to put together easy to use. Get yourself one.
first class piece of kit well made and sturdy all you need to maintain your bike
Great work stand as expected from Park, currently on sale at the best price I could find anywhere so get yourself a bargain now, you wont regret it.
Excellent stand as expected from Park tool
An ideal ï¬�rst workstand: good value, no-nonsense.All you really need from a workstand is that it holds your bike ï¬�rmly, at the right height, without damaging it. The PCS9, Parkâ€™s cheapest stand does exactly that.
The clamp height can be changed from 99 to 145cm and you can rotate it through 360 degrees to grip the seatpost, top-tube, and the like. If the tube is between 24 and 76mm it will ï¬�t in the jaws....The tripod design is very stable as the upright pole leans forward into the support offered by the long, almost-horizontal legs.