If I could I would buy a Park Tool TS-2.2 stand no questions asked. Unfortunately, that is a way expensive stand for my budget. ETA: If I had to pay the price of the product only, it would be OK; adding shipping and taxes the cost of buying it becomes prohibitive.
I don't intend to build wheels, just do a little wheel truing and the occasional broken spoke replacement. For your information, I have a 26" urban bike and a 20" folding bike. ETA: I'm a beginner when it comes to wheel truing. I barely know what to do. I'll start by reading Sheldon's directions.
Which one of the following stands would you choose, regardless of price, and why?
1) Super-B, ± US$212 (in Brazil, plus shipping)
2) LIFU, ± US$122 (in Brazil, plus shipping)
3) No-name stand (Sunlite?), US$111,22 (including shipping)
4) Feedback Sports Truing Station, approximately US$111 (including shipping) here and here, positive review, not so positive reviews here, here and here, a satisfied Bike Forums member, and manufacturer's site.
ETA: prices of the first two are not in dollars on the sites, so I added the approximately prices in dollars (shipping not included). Yes, bike products are expensive here in Brazil.
I'm looking for a wheel truing stand that costs no more than US$50 (not including shipping). I'm not in the USA, so the seller must ship to Brazil and accept PayPal. I appreciate any suggestions.