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    Will a Park tool tray fit an Ultimate stand?

    Anyone know the diameter of the Park tray attachment? And how does it attach?

    The Ultimate tray looks nice, but I really don't need to spend $25 for a parts washer I'd likely never use.

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    Yes. I don't know the measurements, but I used a Park tray on my Ultimate BRS-70 and it fit fine.
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    Thanks. How does it attach?

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    Funny you should ask.

    Not to pimp my wares (not to worry -- AFAIC it's selling for too much as it is), but click on my eBay link in my sig and you'll see a picture of one with the bracket used to attach it. Pretty simple.

    I think you ought to spend the extra dough on the Ultimate, though (it's what I've since switched over to). It's deeper and holds more crap, plus it slides off without unscrewing any fasteners, making it easy to store the stand, toss it in the trunk, or just set it aside for a few minutes while you hose down the bike.
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    Yes..

    The small Park Tool tray fits on my Wrench Force repair stand, and it should work on anything without preposterously huge tubing. Park is also making a deeper shop version now I believe. The small tray is nice to have, but it's not that well designed IMHO. It's basically just a surface to put stuff on, not really put stuff in. They could have/should have made is so one could store their L-shaped park took allen wrenches around it, but they all fall through (except the 10mm) the little holes. If you want to use it to hold small parts it will be OK, but only a few tools fit on it before it gets too crowded.
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