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Which park stand?

Old 01-23-07, 12:42 AM
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Which park stand?

Okay, I've got a Road bike, Mtn. bike, and now a BMX bike and I look at the Park stands and have no idea which one to get. I think there are seven or eight of them and I was just wondering which one you guys recommend and why.

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Old 01-23-07, 08:30 AM
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I likedthe pc-10. Great adjustability and quick clamp.
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Old 01-23-07, 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Jacobi
Okay, I've got a Road bike, Mtn. bike, and now a BMX bike and I look at the Park stands and have no idea which one to get. I think there are seven or eight of them and I was just wondering which one you guys recommend and why.

Thanks,
-Barry-
For my "bike" room, I have a pcs-1 stand, it's foldable, you can store you bike on it, and can position the bike in any way you want when you work on it!
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Old 01-23-07, 02:13 PM
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PCS-10 is okay but it doesn't have as good a clamp as the more expensive ones. The PCS-4 is expensive but it has the better clamp. If you want one to hand down to your grandchildren, go with the PRS-3. It'll cost you an arm and a leg but it's worth it. Heck, the cockroaches will be using those for their bikes after we're gone

This is one I bought more then 15 years ago and it's not showing any signs of wear.

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The one you can afford. You can't go wrong with Park.
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