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    #31
    I modified one of those cheap bench mount bike hands to clamp around a post under my car port. An instant hit and now feel I wasted a large part of my life attempting bike maintenance without one. Added those little side shelf’s recently too and they work a treat. My last planned mod will be some corrugated iron backing with tie wire to easily store tools

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      #32
      I have a Bikehand brand stand from Aldi. No real thrills, but it supports my fatbike with BBSHD and a shark pack. My only complaint is the top support member needs a smear of carbon grip or needs to get cranked down really tight. Cant really complain for $30. I've seen them down to $15 on clearance.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcFMkSXkSvs

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      • max_volt
        max_volt commented
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        I finally ran up to Aldi and grabbed the last stand they had. I'm hoping good things.

      • Edwin
        Edwin commented
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        Bikemate brand not bike hand. Garbage, you get what you pay for. I will stick with park, thank you very much.

      #33
      Just got a park prs25 and I am very happy with it. Had an off the wall brand cheapy but it fell apart. To much plastic. Payed $269 for the park prs25 brand new and feel like I got a great deal. Works perfectly with my 70lb. Ebike. Ya git what ya pay for.
      Last edited by Edwin; 08-02-2018, 07:35 PM.

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        #34
        I have the park tool PCS-4. A bit pricey but very stable.
        Trek Roscoe w/ BBS02, mt wheels, conti 700c tyres

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          #35
          Originally posted by NOBLNG View Post
          I installed this winch lift post in my garage a few years ago so I wouldn't have to bend over to work on things like my snow blower. Last year I made this seat post clamp to clamp in my bench vise. Yesterday I realized I could plug it into my winch post and Voila! Zero lifting required!
          Inspired by your repair stand, i built one for my bike shop. Take a look (even if it is in french) at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fu1YgF6o170

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            #36
            For those of us on a budget (cheap) , this has worked out OK for me. Claims an 88lb weight capacity. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0786YC3LC/ (be sure to watch the video for a chuckle ) I haven't had a problem with it, though I haven't gone up to 80 lbs yet.

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              #37
              Originally posted by gbouchard8 View Post

              Inspired by your repair stand, i built one for my bike shop. Take a look (even if it is in french) at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fu1YgF6o170
              Very nice fabrication on that stand! I am honored that you were able to expand on my idea.

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