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Old 06-16-15, 03:20 PM
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Anybody still using an old Park Tool cycle stand PSC-1 ???

I've been given an old Park tool PSC-1 stand but the clamp is in a big plastic bag, in pieces . I'm searching for a pic or for some instructions as how to put it back together. The stand is in very very good condition so it would be great if I could get the clamp to work.

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There are various iterations of this clamp, but if you have all the parts the assembly should be pretty obvious. You might do a search for PCS-1 clamp images, and seek out an image that looks like what your parts may add up to, then proceed from there.
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I have a Park PCS-1 in the garage, so if you don't find enough pics online, I can take pics at whatever angle you need.
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I've got one. Use it often. What do you need to know?
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I've had one for 20 years but any photos I'd take right now would be crappy flash photos. I could post some tomorrow.
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Thanks a lot guys, I found out that the clamp as been modified in a way that prevent me to use it. I think I found a way to make it work but at least the stand was free.
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Old 06-17-15, 01:57 PM
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I have a Park PCS-1 in the garage, so if you don't find enough pics online, I can take pics at whatever angle you need.
I found a few, enough to see that the clamp was badly modified. But if you could post a few pics that show clearly each part of the clamp it would be a big help so I could try to make it usable again.
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I wish someone would give me one of those...
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Let me know if you need more.
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Park Tools make upgraded replacement heads for the PCS-1, and I believe you can still buy replacement parts for the original design head.

Go to the Park Tool website, and look at the products for sale (quick release heads), and parts diagrams to determine exactly what you have, what you need to replace, and how to put what you have together.
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Guilty I have a Park PCS-1, I purchased new in 1992. Think it was about $69.00.
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Originally Posted by Shimagnolo View Post
Let me know if you need more.
Thanks, it's a big big help. I have few parts missing but now I know what to look for.
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