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Alienbaby17

Finally riding a big boys bike
Dec 2, 2010
313
Minneapolis, Minnesota
I have a PCS-10 Park stand I bought a few years ago. I’ve loved having it. I’ve often thought exactly the same thing as mentioned above- it’s like owning a hoist if you work on cars, it will change your life.

just wondering if anyone has had trouble with their Park stand getting sticky on the back rotator piece. If I haven’t used mine in a while I really have to force it to get it to rotate. Once it breaks loose it is good until it sits again. Its always puzzled me. I’ve even sprayed some lubricant in there and it made no difference.
 

vincev

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Nov 2, 2008
13,618
crown point<indiana
check Craigs list,the Market Place,etc for used Parks stands.Got 2 Parks stands cheaper than the price of one new one.
 

sykerocker

Look Ma, No Hands!
Jan 23, 2020
30
69
Ashland, VA
Another vote here for the Park PCS-9. Picked my up for $50.00 at the Westminster swap meet this past February. Very happy with the way it works, very stable on both my Rossins and the Flying Pigeon that I'm currently trying to exorcise.

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Rivnut

I live for the CABE
Nov 24, 2012
1,393
Shawnee, United States
No matter what you wind up getting, just watch out for legs that stick out. When there's no bike on the stand, I find myself tripping on them. I like the looks of the stand that have a heavy metal,base rather than legs. They look easier to move around as well.
 
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Mr. Monkeyarms

I live for the CABE
Oct 30, 2018
1,251
Colorado
My Park PCS 1 has done a great job with everything from my racing hardtail mtn bike to heavy ballooners, is portable. Been using it since the mid 90's and hasn't had a hiccup. I found this stand at a garage sale and use it in the garage. Not very portable but is super solid. Since it was patented in '67(applied. Granted in 1970) it fits seat tubes of the period perfectly.
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I use my PCS 1 when traveling. ;)

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schwinnbikebobb

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Jan 8, 2011
991
Central Ohio
I believe your garage one is an inspection stand. Would have been by the counter in a bike store to mount a customers bike to show what was wrong or what they fixed. They are rock solid.
 

Mr. Monkeyarms

I live for the CABE
Oct 30, 2018
1,251
Colorado
I believe you are right @schwinnbikebobb! Found it at a garage sale before work one day and it works great! Since I have an adjustable height chair with wheels I can sit to work on bikes, saving energy for a ride! :)
 

Sandman

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jun 12, 2019
124
59
NEW SMYRNA BEACH ,FL
I like to work in different locations depending on task and weather conditions , so portability is important to me .
Feedback sports fits the bill for me .
Feedback Sports Ultralight Bike Repair Stand

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Henryford2

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jan 28, 2017
310
68
North Ridgeville , OH
ELDI, still looking for a base, found an old heavy lathe chuck in the scrap yard and using it until a base becomes available. Enjoy
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fattyre

I live for the CABE
Oct 22, 2014
1,026
Chicagoland
I second the feedback stand. Good stuff. And if you don’t plan on moving your stand the heavier duty the better. Old Park stands with the steel plate base can’t be beat.
 
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ivrjhnsn

I live for the CABE
Aug 27, 2013
1,386
Fitchburg ,MA
This is my summer repair stand in the garage,, yes I'm spoiled when it come to bikes and where I can work on them . This is the ultimate stand if you have a place to have it. It's designed to be able to straighten steel frames . You clamp the bottom bracket and go from there. Built in alignment gauge. Still has the original shipping cardboard from 30 years ago.:cool:
Already has ANOTHER project waiting in it.o_O
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