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    which stand -park psc-10 or ultimate(feedback) sports-sports model

    which one?? there about the same price...
    It's about impossible to work on a bike without one lol!!!
    thanks

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    or any other recomendations.
    would like to stay under$150

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    I own the PSC-10 and have used Feedback stands in classes. IMO, the Park is better executed, allows for interchangable clamps, and takes up less space. Use mine very often for over a year with zero troubles. The Feedback one is nice too, but I prefer Park clamps.

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    Not endorsing it, but the Spin Doctor G3 is $135 online. I have a friend that has one and loves it, if my trusted 1997 Park PCS-1 ever fails I will seriously consider the G3 for the that price.

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    Looks similar to the feedback!! If not the same. Where was it $135? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEA316 View Post
    Looks similar to the feedback!! If not the same. Where was it $135? Thanks
    Performancebike.com Its $159 and additional 15% off when you put it in your cart through the 30th. Can ship to a store for free if there is one near you.
    Last edited by Glenrexellyn; 12-29-2012 at 11:23 AM.

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    I've had the G3 for a few years & use it several times a week. I Used it for several builds regular maintanance and always have a bike stored on it. I did not think it would handle my heavy Tandem but it does fine.
    I attached 30 lbs of weight to the base which makes the stand much more stable than without the weight. I would do this to any stand to make it more stable but it will make it less portable if that is a concern.

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    Get the TS-2 or use zip ties.

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    i went with the Feedback Sports Pro Classic
    I guess i'll see how it works
    Thanks guys
    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEA316 View Post
    i went with the Feedback Sports Pro Classic
    I guess i'll see how it works
    Thanks guys
    Doug
    Currently considering this same stand (Feedback Pro-Classic). A year later now, and what do you think about yours?

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