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Park Tool Home Mechanic Repair Stand - PCS-10
Park Tool Home Mechanic Repair Stand - PCS-10

Park Tool Home Mechanic Repair Stand - PCS-10

Park Tool Home Mechanic Repair Stand - PCS-10
Park Tool Home Mechanic Repair Stand - PCS-10
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Features

  • Cam-type clamp allows single action clamping of tubes (24 to 76-millimeter)
  • Clamping pressure is fully adjustable and jaw covers are replaceable
  • Composite top tube for smooth 360-degree clamp rotation
  • Quick-release height adjustment (39 to 57 inches)
  • 3-point leg system with reinforced center yolk for superior stability

Description

Let's face it, working on your bike is no fun if you're bent at the knees fumbling with it as it rolls along the workbench at home. Why not make life easy, stand erect like nature intended, and get that cable replaced like a seasoned Pro mechanic? The Park Tool PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is exactly what you need to secure your bike at a proper working height so your maintenance will be that much easier and quicker.The PCS-10 Repair Stand has a cam-actuated clamp that has adjustable jaws that can safely accommodate frame tubes from 7/8" to 3". They open along the plane of the bike, so they work great for deep, aero-shaped frame tubes. The clamp head can be rotated to work on your bike at any angle. And to accommodate different sized bikes and different sized mechanics, the Home Mechanic Repair Stand is height adjustable from 39" to 57" at the clamp.Park's PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is stable on any surface with its three-point leg system. And it folds into a tidy 41" package for easy storage when not in use. Product Features


Product Dimensions: 36.2 x 36.2 x 45.3 inches ; 17 pounds


Shipping Weight: 19 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


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ASIN: B000OZFJS4


Item model number: 134506


Customer Reviews: 4.5 out of 5 stars 707 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,771 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #37 in Bike Workstands


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Features

  • Cam-type clamp allows single action clamping of tubes (24 to 76-millimeter)
  • Clamping pressure is fully adjustable and jaw covers are replaceable
  • Composite top tube for smooth 360-degree clamp rotation
  • Quick-release height adjustment (39 to 57 inches)
  • 3-point leg system with reinforced center yolk for superior stability

Description

Let's face it, working on your bike is no fun if you're bent at the knees fumbling with it as it rolls along the workbench at home. Why not make life easy, stand erect like nature intended, and get that cable replaced like a seasoned Pro mechanic? The Park Tool PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is exactly what you need to secure your bike at a proper working height so your maintenance will be that much easier and quicker.The PCS-10 Repair Stand has a cam-actuated clamp that has adjustable jaws that can safely accommodate frame tubes from 7/8" to 3". They open along the plane of the bike, so they work great for deep, aero-shaped frame tubes. The clamp head can be rotated to work on your bike at any angle. And to accommodate different sized bikes and different sized mechanics, the Home Mechanic Repair Stand is height adjustable from 39" to 57" at the clamp.Park's PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is stable on any surface with its three-point leg system. And it folds into a tidy 41" package for easy storage when not in use. Product Features


Product Dimensions: 36.2 x 36.2 x 45.3 inches ; 17 pounds


Shipping Weight: 19 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B000OZFJS4


Item model number: 134506


Customer Reviews: 4.5 out of 5 stars 707 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,771 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #37 in Bike Workstands


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Cam-type clamp allows single action clamping of tubes (24 to 76-millimeter)
  • Clamping pressure is fully adjustable and jaw covers are replaceable
  • Composite top tube for smooth 360-degree clamp rotation
  • Quick-release height adjustment (39 to 57 inches)
  • 3-point leg system with reinforced center yolk for superior stability

Description

Let's face it, working on your bike is no fun if you're bent at the knees fumbling with it as it rolls along the workbench at home. Why not make life easy, stand erect like nature intended, and get that cable replaced like a seasoned Pro mechanic? The Park Tool PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is exactly what you need to secure your bike at a proper working height so your maintenance will be that much easier and quicker.The PCS-10 Repair Stand has a cam-actuated clamp that has adjustable jaws that can safely accommodate frame tubes from 7/8" to 3". They open along the plane of the bike, so they work great for deep, aero-shaped frame tubes. The clamp head can be rotated to work on your bike at any angle. And to accommodate different sized bikes and different sized mechanics, the Home Mechanic Repair Stand is height adjustable from 39" to 57" at the clamp.Park's PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is stable on any surface with its three-point leg system. And it folds into a tidy 41" package for easy storage when not in use. Product Features


Product Dimensions: 36.2 x 36.2 x 45.3 inches ; 17 pounds


Shipping Weight: 19 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B000OZFJS4


Item model number: 134506


Customer Reviews: 4.5 out of 5 stars 707 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,771 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #37 in Bike Workstands


abunda_amazon_reviews Received this today and was disappointed to find out that the problem many other people were having is the same problem I have. That is the bottom yoke wouldn't fit into the bottom tube. The ball that is on the bottom tube that is suppose to retract back wouldn't retract all the way therefore the yoke would not slide past it. I gave it a little help and tried to force the tube and I was able to get it past but the ball does not retract far enough through the hole. This is a problem because eventually this little ball is going to fail. I currently have it set up and even though the ball isn't working properly I can still use the stand. I've contact Park Tools customer support because I really do not want to pack this thing up and send it back to Amazon. But if I have to I will. I will wait to see what Park Tools does to fix this. I will update soon. *UPDATE* I received a response back from Park Tool this morning. It only took them 4 days to get back to me although it was a weekend Holiday so I'm impressed on the quick reply. I will be keeping this Park PCS10 stand and will wait for the part from Park Tool and will attempt to replace the defective part. Here is a copy and paste of the email they sent, Good Morning Art, Thank you for choosing Park Tool products. I’m sorry for the problem you are having with the spring button on the new PCS-10 you purchased. It sounds like the spring button is out of specification (deformed/not bent to the proper angle), preventing it from sitting correctly inside the tube hole. The spring button is supposed to pop up straight, fully engaging the hole. If, however, the spring button is not bent correctly, it will pop through the hole at an angle and won’t fully engage the hole, making it difficult to pop out/be depressed, as you’ve experienced. We will send a correctly bent spring button to you at the address below…it is quite easy to replace: Lay the stand on your workbench and remove the lower end cap. Push the spring button into the tube. Pull the deformed spring button out with your finger/a piece of wire with a hook on it, and slide the new one into the tube with your finger/tool handle, until it pops out thru the hole. Then replace the end cap. Click here to watch a video showing Spring Button replacement in a PCS-10 If you have any questions, please let me know. Again, my apologies for the problem. Ride safe! Marc I have changed my rating to 3 stars due to the quick correspondence. However Park has known about this issue for sometime, this is obvious due to many reviews. It seems stands are still coming out of the factory faulty with this particular problem. Even though the spring button is faulty I have used the stand this past weekend and am very satisfied with the quality of the stand minus the spring button. The stand has made a huge difference in how easy it makes repairing and cleaning a bike much easier. I got this stand instead of the PCS 9 and am glad I did. It was very easy to assemble. The clamps are much easier and quicker to secure a bike and the main clamp is a bit more heavy duty than the PCS-9. I actually had this in my shopping cart for a few days not sure if I should spend the money knowing there were other, cheaper stands out there. When I finally received and used it I was glad I did. This is a very good quality product that if taken care of will last a long time. Now I just need to wait for the new spring button and hope the install process is fairly easy. *UPDATE* #2, I received the damaged spring button from Park Tool today and was able to install it without any problems. Took about 10 minutes. The spring button now works like it should have in the first place. Although I had to deal with all this, I still feel this stand is a good quality product. I still feel 3 stars is fair considering all that happened. So from the time I received this stand, which was 9/1, and the time I received the replacement part, it was 8 days. Good luck with your PCS-10 stand.;;September 1, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Received this today and was disappointed to find out that the problem many other people ...;;Art Harrington;;;I've been working on bikes for years. Built many from the frame up, both mountain and road bikes. I've done bike restorations and painting. I'm no novice at this. My prior stand was a high end Spin Doctor, but the head mechanism recently failed. I was really hoping that I would love this stand, considering it is 2X the price of some alternatives. I can't say it is worth the money. The tubes are painted steel. It looks cool, but it is heavy. The Spin Doctor had large aluminum tubes that worked fine and it was 1/2 the weight. I've had the stand a couple of weeks, and I just noticed that there was a dent in one of the tubes. I have no idea how that happened... the steel is heavy and soft? On the Park PCS-10, the clamps that hold the tubes in place look flimsy, and you have to torque the allen bolts and lever clamps down REALLY tight to keep the main tubes from rotating when you have a bike on the stand. I think it is because they used hard plastic under the clamping surfaces... it just doesn't grip well enough to hold easily. When folded, the legs are longer than the main tube, making the folding process more difficult and ultimately, the unit unstable to stand when folded. That would have been an easy design fix. The jaws are very hard plastic/rubber, not what you'd expect and don't really grip very well. The main problem is in the clamping design. It will not lock down smoothly. If you've used a quick release on a bicycle wheel, you know that the contact surface of the lever must have a smooth action against the friction surface for clamping. This doesn't. You can use it the way you lock down a quick release on a bicycle wheel. The clamp lever is hard plastic... not what you'd expect. The best you can do is rotate the lever until it is tight. That works, but if you are clamping to a seat post, the seat may be in your way. Your hand will certainly be in the way when rotating the clamp under the seat. This is not what I expected from Park. I have plenty of other Park tools and I've always been impressed by their quality, creativity and design expertise. This product falls short of the mark.;;May 3, 2016;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not What I Expected from ParkTools;;Hank W;;;Absolutely love the PCS-10. Last summer I blew $60 on a seriously inferior product. Spent more time tightening and re-tightening "clamps" and re-positioning my bike than actually wrenching. The bike wouldn't even stay in position for cleaning with the wheels removed. Upon delivery I immediately assembled the unit, clamped in the bike on the seat post and moved the bike to different positions. Then clamped to the top tube and repeated the process. Exceeded expectations. First job with it was removing cranks and replacing the BB. Was able to bring to proper torque without worrying about what position the bike would end up or if the stand, bike and all, would end up on the ground. If you're like me and would rather spend more time on the bike than adjusting a cheap stand, spend the extra dough, you won't be sorry.;;June 12, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Tired of a cheap stand cutting into your riding time?;;1060_West

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Art Harrington - September 1, 2017
Received this today and was disappointed to find out that the problem many other people ...
Received this today and was disappointed to find out that the problem many other people were having is the same problem I have. That is the bottom yoke wouldn't fit into the bottom tube. The ball that is on the bottom tube that is suppose to retract back wouldn't retract all the way therefore the yoke would not slide past it. I gave it a little help and tried to force the tube and I was able to get it past but the ball does not retract far enough through the hole. This is a problem because eventually this little ball is going to fail. I currently have it set up and even though the ball isn't working properly I can still use the stand. I've contact Park Tools customer support because I really do not want to pack this thing up and send it back to Amazon. But if I have to I will. I will wait to see what Park Tools does to fix this. I will update soon. *UPDATE* I received a response back from Park Tool this morning. It only took them 4 days to get back to me although it was a weekend Holiday so I'm impressed on the quick reply. I will be keeping this Park PCS10 stand and will wait for the part from Park Tool and will attempt to replace the defective part. Here is a copy and paste of the email they sent, Good Morning Art, Thank you for choosing Park Tool products. I’m sorry for the problem you are having with the spring button on the new PCS-10 you purchased. It sounds like the spring button is out of specification (deformed/not bent to the proper angle), preventing it from sitting correctly inside the tube hole. The spring button is supposed to pop up straight, fully engaging the hole. If, however, the spring button is not bent correctly, it will pop through the hole at an angle and won’t fully engage the hole, making it difficult to pop out/be depressed, as you’ve experienced. We will send a correctly bent spring button to you at the address below…it is quite easy to replace: Lay the stand on your workbench and remove the lower end cap. Push the spring button into the tube. Pull the deformed spring button out with your finger/a piece of wire with a hook on it, and slide the new one into the tube with your finger/tool handle, until it pops out thru the hole. Then replace the end cap. Click here to watch a video showing Spring Button replacement in a PCS-10 If you have any questions, please let me know. Again, my apologies for the problem. Ride safe! Marc I have changed my rating to 3 stars due to the quick correspondence. However Park has known about this issue for sometime, this is obvious due to many reviews. It seems stands are still coming out of the factory faulty with this particular problem. Even though the spring button is faulty I have used the stand this past weekend and am very satisfied with the quality of the stand minus the spring button. The stand has made a huge difference in how easy it makes repairing and cleaning a bike much easier. I got this stand instead of the PCS 9 and am glad I did. It was very easy to assemble. The clamps are much easier and quicker to secure a bike and the main clamp is a bit more heavy duty than the PCS-9. I actually had this in my shopping cart for a few days not sure if I should spend the money knowing there were other, cheaper stands out there. When I finally received and used it I was glad I did. This is a very good quality product that if taken care of will last a long time. Now I just need to wait for the new spring button and hope the install process is fairly easy. *UPDATE* #2, I received the damaged spring button from Park Tool today and was able to install it without any problems. Took about 10 minutes. The spring button now works like it should have in the first place. Although I had to deal with all this, I still feel this stand is a good quality product. I still feel 3 stars is fair considering all that happened. So from the time I received this stand, which was 9/1, and the time I received the replacement part, it was 8 days. Good luck with your PCS-10 stand.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Hank W - May 3, 2016
Not What I Expected from ParkTools
I've been working on bikes for years. Built many from the frame up, both mountain and road bikes. I've done bike restorations and painting. I'm no novice at this. My prior stand was a high end Spin Doctor, but the head mechanism recently failed. I was really hoping that I would love this stand, considering it is 2X the price of some alternatives. I can't say it is worth the money. The tubes are painted steel. It looks cool, but it is heavy. The Spin Doctor had large aluminum tubes that worked fine and it was 1/2 the weight. I've had the stand a couple of weeks, and I just noticed that there was a dent in one of the tubes. I have no idea how that happened... the steel is heavy and soft? On the Park PCS-10, the clamps that hold the tubes in place look flimsy, and you have to torque the allen bolts and lever clamps down REALLY tight to keep the main tubes from rotating when you have a bike on the stand. I think it is because they used hard plastic under the clamping surfaces... it just doesn't grip well enough to hold easily. When folded, the legs are longer than the main tube, making the folding process more difficult and ultimately, the unit unstable to stand when folded. That would have been an easy design fix. The jaws are very hard plastic/rubber, not what you'd expect and don't really grip very well. The main problem is in the clamping design. It will not lock down smoothly. If you've used a quick release on a bicycle wheel, you know that the contact surface of the lever must have a smooth action against the friction surface for clamping. This doesn't. You can use it the way you lock down a quick release on a bicycle wheel. The clamp lever is hard plastic... not what you'd expect. The best you can do is rotate the lever until it is tight. That works, but if you are clamping to a seat post, the seat may be in your way. Your hand will certainly be in the way when rotating the clamp under the seat. This is not what I expected from Park. I have plenty of other Park tools and I've always been impressed by their quality, creativity and design expertise. This product falls short of the mark.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By 1060_West - June 12, 2018
Tired of a cheap stand cutting into your riding time?
Absolutely love the PCS-10. Last summer I blew $60 on a seriously inferior product. Spent more time tightening and re-tightening "clamps" and re-positioning my bike than actually wrenching. The bike wouldn't even stay in position for cleaning with the wheels removed. Upon delivery I immediately assembled the unit, clamped in the bike on the seat post and moved the bike to different positions. Then clamped to the top tube and repeated the process. Exceeded expectations. First job with it was removing cranks and replacing the BB. Was able to bring to proper torque without worrying about what position the bike would end up or if the stand, bike and all, would end up on the ground. If you're like me and would rather spend more time on the bike than adjusting a cheap stand, spend the extra dough, you won't be sorry.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Art Harrington - September 1, 2017
Received this today and was disappointed to find out that the problem many other people ...
Received this today and was disappointed to find out that the problem many other people were having is the same problem I have. That is the bottom yoke wouldn't fit into the bottom tube. The ball that is on the bottom tube that is suppose to retract back wouldn't retract all the way therefore the yoke would not slide past it. I gave it a little help and tried to force the tube and I was able to get it past but the ball does not retract far enough through the hole. This is a problem because eventually this little ball is going to fail. I currently have it set up and even though the ball isn't working properly I can still use the stand. I've contact Park Tools customer support because I really do not want to pack this thing up and send it back to Amazon. But if I have to I will. I will wait to see what Park Tools does to fix this. I will update soon. *UPDATE* I received a response back from Park Tool this morning. It only took them 4 days to get back to me although it was a weekend Holiday so I'm impressed on the quick reply. I will be keeping this Park PCS10 stand and will wait for the part from Park Tool and will attempt to replace the defective part. Here is a copy and paste of the email they sent, Good Morning Art, Thank you for choosing Park Tool products. I’m sorry for the problem you are having with the spring button on the new PCS-10 you purchased. It sounds like the spring button is out of specification (deformed/not bent to the proper angle), preventing it from sitting correctly inside the tube hole. The spring button is supposed to pop up straight, fully engaging the hole. If, however, the spring button is not bent correctly, it will pop through the hole at an angle and won’t fully engage the hole, making it difficult to pop out/be depressed, as you’ve experienced. We will send a correctly bent spring button to you at the address below…it is quite easy to replace: Lay the stand on your workbench and remove the lower end cap. Push the spring button into the tube. Pull the deformed spring button out with your finger/a piece of wire with a hook on it, and slide the new one into the tube with your finger/tool handle, until it pops out thru the hole. Then replace the end cap. Click here to watch a video showing Spring Button replacement in a PCS-10 If you have any questions, please let me know. Again, my apologies for the problem. Ride safe! Marc I have changed my rating to 3 stars due to the quick correspondence. However Park has known about this issue for sometime, this is obvious due to many reviews. It seems stands are still coming out of the factory faulty with this particular problem. Even though the spring button is faulty I have used the stand this past weekend and am very satisfied with the quality of the stand minus the spring button. The stand has made a huge difference in how easy it makes repairing and cleaning a bike much easier. I got this stand instead of the PCS 9 and am glad I did. It was very easy to assemble. The clamps are much easier and quicker to secure a bike and the main clamp is a bit more heavy duty than the PCS-9. I actually had this in my shopping cart for a few days not sure if I should spend the money knowing there were other, cheaper stands out there. When I finally received and used it I was glad I did. This is a very good quality product that if taken care of will last a long time. Now I just need to wait for the new spring button and hope the install process is fairly easy. *UPDATE* #2, I received the damaged spring button from Park Tool today and was able to install it without any problems. Took about 10 minutes. The spring button now works like it should have in the first place. Although I had to deal with all this, I still feel this stand is a good quality product. I still feel 3 stars is fair considering all that happened. So from the time I received this stand, which was 9/1, and the time I received the replacement part, it was 8 days. Good luck with your PCS-10 stand.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Hank W - May 3, 2016
Not What I Expected from ParkTools
I've been working on bikes for years. Built many from the frame up, both mountain and road bikes. I've done bike restorations and painting. I'm no novice at this. My prior stand was a high end Spin Doctor, but the head mechanism recently failed. I was really hoping that I would love this stand, considering it is 2X the price of some alternatives. I can't say it is worth the money. The tubes are painted steel. It looks cool, but it is heavy. The Spin Doctor had large aluminum tubes that worked fine and it was 1/2 the weight. I've had the stand a couple of weeks, and I just noticed that there was a dent in one of the tubes. I have no idea how that happened... the steel is heavy and soft? On the Park PCS-10, the clamps that hold the tubes in place look flimsy, and you have to torque the allen bolts and lever clamps down REALLY tight to keep the main tubes from rotating when you have a bike on the stand. I think it is because they used hard plastic under the clamping surfaces... it just doesn't grip well enough to hold easily. When folded, the legs are longer than the main tube, making the folding process more difficult and ultimately, the unit unstable to stand when folded. That would have been an easy design fix. The jaws are very hard plastic/rubber, not what you'd expect and don't really grip very well. The main problem is in the clamping design. It will not lock down smoothly. If you've used a quick release on a bicycle wheel, you know that the contact surface of the lever must have a smooth action against the friction surface for clamping. This doesn't. You can use it the way you lock down a quick release on a bicycle wheel. The clamp lever is hard plastic... not what you'd expect. The best you can do is rotate the lever until it is tight. That works, but if you are clamping to a seat post, the seat may be in your way. Your hand will certainly be in the way when rotating the clamp under the seat. This is not what I expected from Park. I have plenty of other Park tools and I've always been impressed by their quality, creativity and design expertise. This product falls short of the mark.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By 1060_West - June 12, 2018
Tired of a cheap stand cutting into your riding time?
Absolutely love the PCS-10. Last summer I blew $60 on a seriously inferior product. Spent more time tightening and re-tightening "clamps" and re-positioning my bike than actually wrenching. The bike wouldn't even stay in position for cleaning with the wheels removed. Upon delivery I immediately assembled the unit, clamped in the bike on the seat post and moved the bike to different positions. Then clamped to the top tube and repeated the process. Exceeded expectations. First job with it was removing cranks and replacing the BB. Was able to bring to proper torque without worrying about what position the bike would end up or if the stand, bike and all, would end up on the ground. If you're like me and would rather spend more time on the bike than adjusting a cheap stand, spend the extra dough, you won't be sorry.