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Old 12-02-14, 12:59 PM
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Bradleykd
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Originally Posted by Retro Grouch View Post
I once built my own. It looked kind of like a sawhorse with a QR front axle to hold the fork and the BB loosely supported at the opposite end. Other than adjusting the front brake and headset, I could do virtually any service on a bike.

There are a lot of things it wouldn't do, like fold up, but I built it entirely from scrap so my cost was ZERO.
AH! Now this is a helpful answer. I already have some folding metal sawhorses and a spare fork clamp from my truck, so I could just mill some slots in the sawhorse and mount the cleat there for adjustability to accommodate different bikes and machine some nylon to hold the BB in place and I'll be good for what I need it for. Thanks for the idea! I was overthinking the design and planning on making it look and work like one of the store-bought. Keep it simple stupid.
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