Park Tools PRS332 Power Lift Shop Repair Stand And Single Clamp

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Introducing the PRS332 Power Lift Shop Repair Stand And Single Clamp, the modern-day monolith of repair stands, brought to you by industry leaders, Park Tools. This stand was designed to alleviate the woes and strains of professional mechanics, particularly those handling heavyweight and oversized bicycles.

This repair stand utilises a refined electric motor to provide a robust workstation that can glide smoothly and effortlessly to the desired height – perfect for accommodating any bike up to 54kg. Whether it is lifting heavyweight electric bikes, hefty tandem bikes or large downhill bikes, this stand does so with ease. Need to easily adjust the height during repair or assembly? This stand makes it a breeze, offering versatility for tasks such as intricate internal cable routing right at your eye level.

An all-round champion, the PRS332 Power Lift comes equipped with an integrated clamp-mounted work tray. This design keeps tools and frequently used parts within arm's reach, ensuring your workspace remains orderly while reducing unnecessary movements. The overhead accessory bar is a handy addition for suspending wheels, air hoses, lights and more.

For optimum performance and stability, we suggest bolting the PRS-33.2 directly to the floor. Users can also utilise a specific base plate sold separately.

Further enhancing this excellent stand is the professional and fully adjustable 100-3D Micro Adjust Clamp. In addition, the stand can be easily converted into a double-arm repair stand with a QKPRS332AOK add-on kit (sold separately).

This brilliant repair stand was meticulously crafted in the USA, and embodies Park Tool's commitment to quality. All non-wearing parts are covered by Park Tool's Limited Lifetime warranty, granting you peace of mind and assurance of its enduring functionality.

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