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Repair Stands
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Can anyone recommend a good repair stand, sturdy, for $100 or less?  Love Park, but out of my budget for now.
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(08-30-2018, 05:53 AM)TallRider67 Wrote:  Can anyone recommend a good repair stand, sturdy, for $100 or less?  Love Park, but out of my budget for now.

An old post yes, but I wanted to share my repair stand experience that fits the thread. I personally have friendship with Tacx Cyclestand T3000 that went under 100 USD a while ago. Compact and sturdy, with some nice small features such as the mini platform for holding all the tools. Only downside (read it somewhere) might be that not all of the new generation bottom brackets fit on the mount, that is something to consider ot investigate before deciding to buy this model. otherwise all goood Wink
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(08-30-2018, 05:53 AM)TallRider67 Wrote:  Can anyone recommend a good repair stand, sturdy, for $100 or less?  Love Park, but out of my budget for now.
I've found it doesn't pay to get the cheapest and then find you'll never be happy with it. I would save my pennies and go for the Park. I bought mine about four years ago, and found it to be very robust and easy to use. And it folds away, nicely.
If I knew how to ride a bike properly, I'd do it every time.
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