Park PCS-10 Workstand Tool Review

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March 14, 2014
 
Pros: Foldable
Light
Easy to use

Cons: Can be unsteady
Locking mech is not as easy to use as some others.
Height QR not very tight, bike can move

Recommendation: This stand works. I don't mind it. However, if I were to spend the money again, I would have purchased the Feedback Sports stand. My friend has that stand and it's much easier to use. Either way, owning your own work stand for bike repairs is a must. Before you know it, you will be building whole bikes... that's what I did. Now built 3 bikes from the frame up... and having a work stand is awesome.





December 19, 2013
 
Model/Year: PCS10

Pros: Holds bike steady. Foldable. Light. Adjustable.

Cons: Price.

Recommendation: The best tool i've bought for my bike, hands down. Gets the bike in exactly the position you need. Also works well as a vice for servicing other items such as forks.





December 13, 2012
 
Pros: Packable, adjustable, solid clamp, lightweight

Cons: Not as sturdy as I expected

Recommendation: You need a stand if you are going to do your own work on your bike. This is a good option, but just don't expect be able to really wrench hard on anything without some movement of the stand.





December 13, 2012
 
Model/Year: PCS-10

Pros: -Super sturdy
-Holds bike securely
-Multiple height and angle adjustments
-Folds up and out of the way for storage or travel

Cons: -None

Recommendation: A work stand is an essential for any at home bike mechanic and this one does the job perfectly well and is super adjustable and not to mention sturdy. Being able to fold it up for travel is pretty cool too.





September 6, 2011
 
Pros: Sturdy/stable. Folds up nicely for storage or to transport.

Cons: I guess heavy would be a con - for transporting... but I guess that also adds to the stability/sturdiness of the thing!

Recommendation: Awesome stand... I can't believe I used to try to work on my bike without one!! It's a whole new ballgame with a stand, and this one is easy to use, gets your bike up and ready to get working in no time.





July 15, 2011
 
Pros: Stable, adjustable, folds up to nearly nothing, easy to assemble.

Cons: Didn't get it soon enough.

Recommendation: What an excellent birthday present. Love working on my bike now.





February 23, 2009
 
Pros: Sturdy, folds down fairly compact, very tall

Cons: No way to secure the legs while folded- a peice of old intertube as a rubber band has been my solution.

Recommendation: Great stand and it fits nice in my van for use at the trailhead. And yea, if your going to start working on your own equipment get a stand and save the paint on your walls at home.





February 23, 2009
 
Pros: A very sturdy and capable workstand for the price. Fail-proof design.

Cons: Just a bit heavy.

Recommendation: A great workstand for the price. It's design is fail-proof so even if something does goes wrong, the stand will not fold back and fall. If you're thinking about learning how to maintain your bike at home. This is an indispensable tool to have.