Boasting a cam-type clamp which allows single action clamping of tubes, the Park Tool PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand will work well with recumbents and bikes with unusually shaped tubing. Featuring a three-point leg system with a reinforced centre yoke for support and stability, it also has a composite top tube for 360 degree rotation. Designed to quickly and easily adjust in height, the stand will fold down to 41" for convenient storage and transportation. - L.M.
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Got this one a while back. Not a bad stand for the money. The clamp is ok but I still find myself fine tuning it by winding in and out a bit with the carbon seatposts. So no 100% sure the extra expense for the clamp is worthwhile in my case.
Only real gripe is getting the stand level. With the legs and the pop up bits that allow the unit to fold away there is a degree of movement that I got around with by inserting some cardboard between the leg and sleeve. Shouldnt have to do this, but it works and was the only way I could get the stand to hold the bike straight so the front wheel didnt turn to one side. If you get the stand wet eg. cleaning your bikes in it, make sure you wipe it down, especially the allen key bolts otherwise they will start to rust if water is trapped in the allen key bolt head. Other than that I'm happy with the stand and wondered why I didnt get a proper stand earlier!
Good home mechanic stand.I love the quick release clamp the height adjusting range & it's stability. It holds my bike tight.
Great stand for the home mechanic. Very stable with a good clamp. The quick release clamp is worth the extra dollars over the PCS-9 stand. Can't give it 5 stars because I struggle to clamp the odd shaped tubing on my Specialized Tarmac. Perfect for bike with round tubes, but the clamp struggles to hold weird shapes.
Well made stand...2nd best in Park range. Very good home maintenance investment...limiting for shop use given the cumbersome clamp mechanism...but brilliant value nonetheless