Feedback Sports Sprint Repair Stand Tools

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Product Description

While working on carbon bikes, it's a bad idea to finagle them into a traditional work stand. Integrated seatmast? Good luck. Aero seatpost? Keep trying. And while the jury is still out on even clamping carbon fiber, you're better off securing your bike how every pro-team mechanic in the world does -- by the dropout and bottom bracket. Cleaning your drivetrain, installing new parts, and adjusting derailleurs can all be done quickly and safely with the Feedback Sports Sprint Work Stand.Known to some as a 'Euro-stand', this style of work stand avoids contact with your seat post, so you never need to worry about clamping your carbon post to hard or finding a way to work around your aero mast. A great option for home repairs and race support, the Sprint Work Stand is made from lightweight, Red-anodized aluminum that won't rust after a rainy spring or fall on the service course. The bike is held by the bottom bracket and a single-point quick release mount that holds all sizes of front and rear dropouts and axle diameters up to 15mm. The stand has an adjustable work height of 30 to 48in, and it also has 360 degrees of rotation. A major perk is that the adjustable fork and bottom bracket positions guarantee that you aren't fighting the stand to get into the nooks and crannies of the bike.The tripod base provides stability on varied surfaces like dirt, gravel, or sloping pavement. The stand can hold up to 85 lbs and folds down to a 5 x 7.5 x 30in size. The Feedback Sports Sprint Work Stand comes in anodized Red only.Note: To use this stand with 20mm axles an adaptor is required. This part is sold separately.

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