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    Workstands, I need one

    I need a workstand. Any reason not to go with the Spin Doctor Pro G3 that's got a very nice discount now on a certain popular online store? (not sure if I should post link or not) I will be using it to work on both my mountain and road bikes. I can also see it be used to store a bike between rides since my garage is a bit of a mess right now lol

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    Ive considered that too but for more money, the feedback pro elite looks good. I like the quick release clamp. I dont think the G3 has that feature.

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    I wound up with the Park Tools PCS-10. I decided the Park's quick clamp was worth the $$$ over the Spin Doctor. The Feedback looks good too, but that's an extra $100 I can put towards tools, tires, etc...

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    I also went with the Park Tools PCS-10 because it has the quick clamp. It has served me well for a number of years now. It's only $25 more than the Spin Doctor Pro G3 right now at performance.

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    But a 4 legged stand is more stable and doesnt tilt over

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    PCS-10 is a nice, robust stand with good features. Quick clamp on the main clamp, on the height extender, and on the yoke for the folding legs. I have a PCS-9, and despite how heavy the things are they fold up pretty compactly and store pretty conveniently. The PCS 9 works fine for me, but I think the PCS-10, which is the same design, has some better and more convenient features.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonlui View Post
    But a 4 legged stand is more stable and doesnt tilt over

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    Too late, I already ordered the PCS-10 lol It should be fine for my needs, just doing basic maintenance on my family's bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonlui View Post
    Ive considered that too but for more money, the feedback pro elite looks good.k
    second the recommendation for the feedback pro elite! awesome stand, get the parts tray as well, nice accessory!

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