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Park Tools PRS-25 Team Issue Workstand

ITEM NUMBER: 370 PAR250
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$305.96
MSRP:
$339.95
 
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Park Tools PRS-25 Team Issue Workstand

Designed from the ground up-literally to create what Park Tool believes is the finest folding stand available. Lightweight, stable and packed with features:

  • 100-25D Professional Micro Adjust Clamp quickly clamps and releases nearly any tube from 7/8" to 3" (23-76mm), including aero tubes
  • Fully adjustable clamping pressure
  • Narrow clamping jaws (2.7"/7cm) fit into tight areas or on short seat posts
  • 360d clamp rotation
  • Soft, durable composite rubber clamping pads
  • Saddle cradle provides a perfect spot to temporarily rest a bike by its saddle
  • Three-point leg system creates a stable base on smooth or rough surfaces
  • Quickly and easily folds to 47"
  • Clamping height adjusts up to 60"
  • Proprietary Hexatude hex-shaped aluminum tubing ensures low flex and no rotation
  • Aluminum leg straps ensure all parts slide, fold and unfold together
  • Weighs just 13 pounds (6 kg)

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Functional but not pro grade - Apr 09, 2014

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3 out of 5 stars
Broomfield, CO

I used to have one of Park's old "team" issue stands that used a shop grade head. That was bomb-proof. Hoping for a similar experience I bought one of these newer ones. While the stand is compact for travel, the head is lacking. The threaded bolt that protrudes horizontally through the head is a pain and I have hit it on several frames loading bikes onto the stand. It also is a dirt and grease magnet which likes to transfer both to everything it touches. The only pro about this head is that it is has slightly narrower jaws than other stands allowing it to hold smaller bikes and those that have less seat post exposed such as suspension posts. Overall this is functional but I would choose one of the Park "shop" grade stands the next time because of the superiority of those heads.

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