Full-Featured Bicycle Work Stand for the Home Mechanic
The stand's all-steel construction with teardrop-shaped tubing ensures maximum rigidity and stability, with tubular support braces, a locking support yoke, and upgraded internals for extra dependability. The PCS-10.3 is able to hold up to 80 lbs. (36 kg), which allows for compatibility with virtually all two-wheeled pedal-driven bicycles, including fat bikes and most e-bikes.*
The PCS-10.3 features an integrated height-adjustable parts tray, as well as accessory ports for the Park Tool #106 Work Tray or PTH-1 Paper Towel Holder (both sold separately), so your tools and small parts are always within reach. Quickly folds down for storage and transport with a smooth-operating leg support system that pulls both legs up in one simple motion.
The main upgrade found on the PCS-10.3 (as opposed to the PCS-10.2) is the addition of a spring button that prevents the legs from folding once the stand is fully upright, even if the adjustment knob is not properly tightened. The clamp and jaw covers have also been revised to allow for more secure engagement on tubes as small as 7/8", which would include most dropper posts. Several internal parts are also upgraded to be stronger and allow smoother operation.
The PCS-10.3 is the perfect way to upgrade your home shop - a stable way to hold nearly any bike off the ground for adjustments, cleaning, and repair
- Cam-actuated micro-adjustable clamp fits 7/8" to 3" (22 mm–76 mm) diameter tubes and seat posts of any shape and material, including aero posts and dropper posts
- Narrow clamping jaws (2.7"/70 mm) fit into tight areas or on short seat posts
- Rubber saddle pad allows bikes to be hung by the saddle for quick adjustment or storage
- Durable, textured powder coat finish
- Integrated height-adjustable parts tray
- Height adjustment collar features accessory ports for compatibility with the #106 Work Tray or PTH-1 Paper Towel Holder (both sold separately)
- Maximum weight capacity*: 80 lbs. (36 kg)Height adjustable from 39" to 57" (990 mm–1450 mm) using a convenient quick-release lever
- Base when open forms a triangle of 36" x 36" x 48" (920 mm x 920 mm x 1210 mm)
- Folds down to 45" x 14.5" (1140 mm x 370 mm)
- Weight: 16 lbs. (7.2 kg)
- *NOTE: The maximum weight capacity of the PCS-10.3 assumes the weight is centered below the clamp and between the legs.
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Mfg PartNum: PCS-10.3
Tool Type: Floor Repair Stand
Though somewhat expensive, I feel this item is worth the cost. Secure, even with out heavier gravel bikes. The main tube is not cylindrical so the bike does not twist around when working on the bike. Easy to mount and remove the bikes. Though Park Tool items are a bit more expensive than some competing vendors, Park Tool
does tend to support their products in the long term. If the item fails in the future, I trust Park Tool will still be in business and they tend to support their older products. This is very reassuring for the long term.
Bought this to replace a cheap Aldi work stand.
Park tool lives up to its reputation. This will hold my heavy 50 pound ebike so I can work on it. I chose this model as the cam-acuated clamping mechanism was the same as the one I used when working at Trek locally. Just easier to clamp the bike to the stand and worth the price.
The tool tray is OK. I wish it had some larger holes or slots for pliers or rachets.
After using a number of value stands and some of the similar priced, more premium stands from competitors, I wish I'd sprung for this one originally. It's so much more stable and well designed than others out there, particularly with heavier bikes like fat bikes and I've yet to have it tip over. One of the areas it excels in is the clamp mech being far more stable and fluid than others, for rotating the bike around to work on. I haven't had if for a super long time yet, but the key parts seem durable over the long term. About the only challenge it has is the add-on tool shelf makes it a giant pain in the butt to lower it without hitting the shelf and the shelf isn't particularly sturdy or well designed.
Well I got this new Stand because my old one, also a Park Tools Stand was just too small for my new eBike.
I wish the clamp was more in tune with the shape of today's longer travel bikes as Top Tubes no longer fit in their Clamp module. There is a rubber pad on the opposite side of the clamp where you can hang the front of your saddle's nose on it. The trick is to be able to lift 50+ lbs with one hand while controlling the stand with the other. The front of the bike still droops down because of the bike weight and makes it more difficult to work on your bike. I just got it a few weeks ago so I'm still learning how to use it best.
So glad I chose to purchased this Park Tool PCS-10.3 repair bike stand. It is supper sturdy and so easy to setup and put away after your done.
The stand is designed with a slight lean to clear the pedals when you spin it. All the adjust knobs / handles are easy to get your bike into the perfect fit and positions for you to work on your bike. The price is reasonable and it's worth it. Glad I made the right choice with so many stands out there in the market.
Park tools are rock solid. This stand is an awesome addition to my bike repair tools. It'll work even on my Surly Big Fat Dummy which is heavy and long. You get what you pay for...
Park products have always been solid. This stand does not disappoint. It was pretty straight forward to assemble and does a great job with my road and mountain bikes.
It's so stable with a bike mounted. Especially the clamp is very well made. Assembly is a bit tricky because the stand itself is heavy. Overall I'm happy with my decision getting this model.
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