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  • commuter ebikes
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    Park Tool has since come out with this very extreme $372 http://www.parktool.com/product/prof...ing-stand-ts-4, but my Park Tool TS-2.2 with the attachments listed in Post #7 of this thread has allowed me to do everything, including 190mm hubs as well as thru-axles.

    This newest truing stand accommodates hubs up to 215mm!
    Last edited by commuter ebikes; 08-14-2017, 06:36 AM.

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  • FatMarty
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    Spin doctor for around $60.
    Remove bolts and rotate arms.
    Might need to make tabs for outside of rim cradle for truing; but easy enough to do if you remove original dials.

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  • commuter ebikes
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    Originally posted by orcasmarx View Post
    I do not know if you received a good answer to a good truing stand but I built one using these instructions on mountainbikelife.com. dyi- trying stand. I modified it to accommodate large hub motor. You can go as big as you want. Here are a few pics. I mounted it to a piece of plywood that has different mounting holes for different size hubs.
    That is a nice stand!

    I ended up buying these Park Tool products: http://www.parktool.com/product/prof...g-stand-ts-2-2, http://www.parktool.com/product/upri...tors-ts-2ext-2 and then this for my thru axle hubs: http://www.parktool.com/product/thru...-stands-ts-2ta.

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  • orcasmarx
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    I do not know if you received a good answer to a good truing stand but I built one using these instructions on mountainbikelife.com. dyi- trying stand. I modified it to accommodate large hub motor. You can go as big as you want. Here are a few pics. I mounted it to a piece of plywood that has different mounting holes for different size hubs.

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  • Alan B
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    I would build one using Misumi aluminum rails, which are like 8020 rails but better service and lower cost. Lay out a design and they'll cut the parts, then you just bolt it together. Like these: http://us.misumi-ec.com/vona2/mech/M...0/M1501010000/

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  • Bandshark
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    I just built a set of wheels with the park ts2.2 truing stand with the extension adapters. It's not as ideal as a wider stand, but it wasn't bad either.

    http://www.parktool.com/product/upri...tors-ts-2ext-2

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  • HarryS
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    I thought I would give you my urban hillbilly option. Sitting out in the garage, with a box fan blowing, and radio playing. I could spin spokes all night,
    Old fatbike fork clamped to a milk jug crate. The stem and bars serve as legs,
    ,

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  • commuter ebikes
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    I found a good one mentioned in this article: http://www.pinkbike.com/news/park-to...tter-2016.html

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  • I need a wheel truing stand that accepts 190mm hubs.

    My hub motors have 170 and 190mm dropouts. Park Tool sells a wheel truing stand that accommodates up to 175mm hubs (https://www.amazon.com/Park-Tool-Pro...l+truing+stand, but nobody sells and affordable wheel truing stand that accepts a 190mm hub. My rims are 82-100mm wide.

    This German company sells one, but it is very expensive at approx. $1,500.00: http://www.pklie.de/truing_stand.html.

    I have already done a pretty extensive Google search and seen that others have tried the following:
    (1) Make your own.
    (2) Use a motorcycle wheel truing stand.
    (3) Modify a bicycle truing stand to accept wider hubs.

    My arguments against these solutions are as follows:
    (1) I might not have the time and skill to do this, and I prefer to buy my tools ready for service.
    (2) I like to use the right tool for the job, specifically a bicycle truing stand for a bicycle wheel.
    (3) I have seen these mods and they are only able to support the weight on one side (like a Lefty shock). My motor weighs 25 lbs, and I need that weight to be supported on both sides of the truing stand.

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    Last edited by commuter ebikes; 07-17-2016, 01:27 PM.
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