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    can anyone recommend a floor stand that will accommodate a fatbike and a mountainbike

    can anyone recommend a floor stand that will accommodate a fatbike and a mountainbike. not necessarily at the same time?

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    Feed Back Sports makes one. I don't really know of any others than this.

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    There are different variations of these available cheap. Only if you have the BB to support it.

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    Park PC 9 works fine for me. If you've got a tall enough ceiling, you can spin your bike completely upside down (if that's the sort of thing you need/want to do)

    It works on pretty much any bike with a reasonably round seatpost or seattube.

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    Be careful of clamping force if you're clamping the seat or top tube in a work stand - personally I would never think of clamping there! Its amazing how thin the tubes are and it really doesn't take much force to crease them. Thankfully I've never done it, but I've seen plenty of pictures of people who have.
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    +1 for the Feedback Sports Rakk and Fat Rakk .. I have seen them in action.

    However I made my own:
    DIY Bike Storage Rack | Singletracks Mountain Bike Blog

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    If you are semi handy in the workshop this is a possibility
    https://nuxx.net/blog/2011/11/28/low...at-bike-stand/
    Would rather be out riding!

    It's not just about a bike

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    Never had that happen with any of my steel framed bikes with regular sized tubing. My Pugsley fit into my old Park PCS-1 just fine, clamped on the seat tube, about 1" down from the top tube. Steel is real!

    I should add that I did not ever clamp my aluminum framed Utopia in that stand. I just turned it upside down onto its seat and handlebars and worked on it upside down.

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    Be careful of clamping force if you're clamping the seat or top tube in a work stand - personally I would never think of clamping there! Its amazing how thin the tubes are and it really doesn't take much force to crease them. Thankfully I've never done it, but I've seen plenty of pictures of people who have.

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    This is what I use. I am assuming you are talking about a stand to store the bikes on.
    Racor Pro PLB-2R Two-Bike Gravity Freestanding Bike Stand - Amazon.com

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    Feedback stand, works great for my fat bike and mtb bikes too. Stows in corner well too:

    Amazon.com: Feedback Sports Recreational Repair Stand (Red): Sports & Outdoors
    I have too many bikes, but it's not enough

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    Thanks very much blades2000....now holding my fatty, found the parts cheap and very easy to make. Made in two parts so easily fit in the car, brilliant idea ! :-)

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