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Park Tool PCS10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand

Park Tool PCS10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand

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Product Description

The PCS-10 takes the best features of the popular PCS-9 Home Mechanic Repair Stand and improves upon them to make set up, take down, and use faster and easier
    • A cam-type clamp allows single action clamping of tubes 24 to 76 mm in diameter
    • Clamping pressure is fully adjustable and the jaw covers are replaceable
    • Composite top tube allows smooth 360-degree clamp rotation with the bike in the stand
    • Quick release height adjustment from 99 to 145 cm
    • Folds to 104 cm for storage and transporting around
    • Three-point leg system with reinforced centre yolk for superior stability
    • Sliding retention rings lock folding legs tight against main upright when stored
    • Optional transport and storage bag available: QKBAG15

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Park Tool PCS10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.7
out of 5
4.66
Build Quality
5.00
Performance
4.75
Value For Money
4.38

Customer Reviews (4)

4
High quality stand

This is an excellent stand. Assembly is simple, although the instructions are in micro-type, luckily I'm an old hand and quite used to putting this sort of kit together and it is self explanatory from the drawings.. In use, I can raise the bike so that the crossbar/top-tube is roughly at my neck level (173cm), which means I can carry out most of the service work I want to do at a comfortable height, removing the rear wheel, re-fitting winter mudguards, adjusting the gear changes and cleaning the chain was a doddle. I am very impressed with the design of the Park Tool stand, it is genuinely collapsible without having to use tools making it much easier to accommodate in a small garage. There is no comparison with my previous stand that was from Machine Mart and just wasn't up to the job, could barely raise the crossbar above waist height so you still spent a lot of time on your knees. This tool was probably three times the cost of the Machine Mart device but pays for itself in terms of ease of use and quality of components.

This is an excellent stand. Assembly is simple, although the instructions are in micro-type, luckily I'm an old hand and quite used to putting this sort of kit together and it is self explanatory from the drawings.. In use, I can raise the bike so that the crossbar/top-tube is roughly at my neck level (173cm), which means I can carry out most of the service work I want to do at a comfortable height, removing the rear wheel, re-fitting winter mudguards, adjusting the gear changes and cleaning the chain was a doddle. I am very impressed with the design of the Park Tool stand, it is genuinely collapsible without having to use tools making it much easier to accommodate in a small garage. There is no comparison with my previous stand that was from Machine Mart and just wasn't up to the job, could barely raise the crossbar above waist height so you still spent a lot of time on your knees. This tool was probably three times the cost of the Machine Mart device but pays for itself in terms of ease of use and quality of components.

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4.5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
5
Quality stand

I have bought two new bikes - an MTB and an electric mountain bike. The one is relatively delicate (carbon frame), the other heavy (22kg) and for that matter I wouldn't want to crumple the complicated alloy frame profile. I wanted a stand which would handle both bikes. After looking at cheaper stands in bike shops and amazon, and reading reviews, I paid the extra money for this. It took 30 minutes or so to erect it, but the instructions are good enough. It was used in anger quite quickly for removal/reinstatement of the front wheel on the E-MTB - I needed to ease out the brake shoes, and that was much easier on a stand than on the floor and I didn't fancy upending the bike. It fitted on the stand, just (the frame has large tubes and not much space with struts and the suspension components), and felt very robust. It was possible to position the bike symmetrically, so the centre of gravity was passing down the stand and with no tendency to wobble. The device is well-built, probably won't develop any rust in years, and can be folded up (though you probably don't want to do that after every usage). A stand like this can feel overkill, but it will last for ages and take practically any bike you want to use on it.

I have bought two new bikes - an MTB and an electric mountain bike. The one is relatively delicate (carbon frame), the other heavy (22kg) and for that matter I wouldn't want to crumple the complicated alloy frame profile. I wanted a stand which would handle both bikes. After looking at cheaper stands in bike shops and amazon, and reading reviews, I paid the extra money for this. It took 30 minutes or so to erect it, but the instructions are good enough. It was used in anger quite quickly for removal/reinstatement of the front wheel on the E-MTB - I needed to ease out the brake shoes, and that was much easier on a stand than on the floor and I didn't fancy upending the bike. It fitted on the stand, just (the frame has large tubes and not much space with struts and the suspension components), and felt very robust. It was possible to position the bike symmetrically, so the centre of gravity was passing down the stand and with no tendency to wobble. The device is well-built, probably won't develop any rust in years, and can be folded up (though you probably don't want to do that after every usage). A stand like this can feel overkill, but it will last for ages and take practically any bike you want to use on it.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 4.5/5
5
Brilliant Stand

Having used cheaper work stands before I always thought that they were all much the same. I was very wrong,the PCS10 is far more stable and clamps more securely than I imagined it would.

Having used cheaper work stands before I always thought that they were all much the same. I was very wrong,the PCS10 is far more stable and clamps more securely than I imagined it would.

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5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
4
PCS10 Repair stand

Excellent bit of kit very well made at a good price, makes working on the bike much easier

Excellent bit of kit very well made at a good price, makes working on the bike much easier

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4.5 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5