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Old 06-10-23, 07:30 PM
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looking for a repair stand. anyone recognize this one? its on FB market place, 50$, have not been able to find it on amazon to read reviews. i just want a remote assessment before i plunk down dough. looks barely used to me and there migh tbe a good reason, or being in a storage locker maybe a quick sale before the move out of reno.


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No, I don't recognize it. But the first thought was about the jaw covers being both replaceable and really available. Andy
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Old 06-10-23, 08:03 PM
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'Bike Hand" brand... the clamp requires three twists then camming the lever to close snugly on a bike,the opposite to remove a bike... other than that, they hold up quite well and are simple to deploy and stow away. They are not as sturdy as the Park Shop series,but i find it more stable than the home owner Park stand.

Mine has been used since 2014 with no problems...
Offer $40.
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Originally Posted by maddog34
'Bike Hand" brand... the clamp requires three twists then camming the lever to close snugly on a bike,the opposite to remove a bike... other than that, they hold up quite well and are simple to deploy and stow away. They are not as sturdy as the Park Shop series,but i find it more stable than the home owner Park stand.

Mine has been used since 2014 with no problems...
Offer $40.
Yes and no. Yes it's a bike hand, no, offer 25 or 30. it was on like 79 new
I have the upgraded ebike model, it was 119.
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Originally Posted by spelger
looking for a repair stand. anyone recognize this one? its on FB market place, 50$, have not been able to find it on amazon to read reviews. i just want a remote assessment before i plunk down dough. looks barely used to me and there migh tbe a good reason, or being in a storage locker maybe a quick sale before the move out of reno.

Buy it you'll like it.
The magnet under the tray is a nice touch too



Same stand, ebike version. very sturdy. Better than the pcs 4 or 10

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