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    Letís see how this work.


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    Project build. Mockup photo.


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    Who makes your bike stand? Almost looks like a Park Tool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fossil4Life View Post
    Who makes your bike stand? Almost looks like a Park Tool?
    Amazon special. It had great reviews and was inexpensive. Canít remember the brand. Iíve really use it a lot since getting it and itís stood up (no pun intended) quite well. Very sturdy. This was my first stand, and for what itís worth, I love it.


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    Truth be told, I was looking at Amazon as well for an affordable, good quality bike stand. So far, I've come across one, called "Bikehand" with really good reviews and seems to rival even the more expensive well-known brands as far as quality goes.

    Are you familiar with this brand? Looks like it comes in two different versions, the difference being the clamp mechanism used.

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    I did recently purchase a set of their tools and so far Iíve been impressed. I looked back at my Amazon orders and the brand of the bike stand is RAD Cycles. I depend heavily on reviews. I know Park Tool line is the cream of the crop in many aspects, but unless I owned a shop or wasnít as budget-minded, Iíd stick with the lesser known brands. Nothing against PT or any other hugely reputable manufacturers, but like I said, the one I have now works and is perfect for me.


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    checking to see if this will post.
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