Topeak PrepStation

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The PrepStation by Topeak is an easy moving trolley that comes with six tool compartments containing 52 professional quality bike tools. The wheel base can be easily pulled out to extend the working base for better stability. The aluminium handlebar can be folded and locked in position, making it easy to carry the trolley by hand to a car or van. Simply unlock and extend the handle to wheel the tool station around. Perfect for bike shops, race events, or home bike maintenance.The PrepStation includes the following storage compartments: - 1 covered part tray- 4 swivelling tool trays- 1 24cm tall storage compartmentIt also features a folding aluminium handle and 5-inch ball bearing wheels for easy transportation. When folded, the dimensions of the PrepStation are 38x36.2x67.1cm, and when open, the dimensions are 38x36.2x91.5cm.The PrepStation comes with a 52 piece professional tool set made from chrome vanadium steel and hardened steel. The set includes a variety of tools such as a duoHex tool, T-handle duoHex wrench set, double open end spanner, chain tool, chain hook, comboTorq wrench and bit set, quad driver, shuttle lever set, T25 duo torx wrench, torx wrench set, adjustable spanner, cable and housing cutter, chainring nut wrench, duoSpoke wrench, needle nose pliers, powerLink pliers, side cutting pliers, external bottom bracket tool, cartridge bottom bracket tool, cassette lockring wrench, chain whip/sprocket remover, hydraulic calliper press, pedal wrench, 1/2-inch drive extendable ratchet, rotorTruUniversal crank puller, half round rasp, rubber mallet, sprocket cleaning brush, and a threadless nut setter.Whether you're a professional mechanic or a dedicated cyclist, the PrepStation by Topeak is the perfect tool set for all your bike maintenance needs.

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