Sunlite Wheel Truing Stand Tools

1/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $74.95

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Sunlite wheel truing stand Heavy-duty steel constructionFoldable

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Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Robert

Date Reviewed: May 4, 2015

Strengths:    None

Weaknesses:    Completely

Bottom Line:   
This wheel truing stand is a piece of junk I don't know how anybody could sell this to somebody and feel good about it.

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Wheel Truing Stand

Posted this already but in the wrong section, so here goes again..!! Im just asking how you all get on with thru bolt axles in wheel truing stands, what converters do you use..?? The stand I'm using doesn't come with adaptors and I need it to work with 15mm and 10mm bolt thru axles..?? Any ideas or ... Read More »

Best value, quality wheel Truing stand?

I want to start building my own wheels. 29ers if that makes a difference. I dont want to spend a fortune. Can someone recommend a good quality, but good value wheel building / truing stand please?Read More »

Basic Wheel Truing Stand AU$31.82 + shipping

Wheel Truing Stand: [url=]WS501A Wheel Truing Stand[/url] Order Subtotal: AU$31.82 Shipping (to Canada): AU$29.52 Order Total: AU$61.34 Looks pretty much like this one which would cost me US$132.50 with ... Read More »

My DIY wheel building/truing stand

I really want the Park pro truing stand but am not excited about spending $250 on it. Maybe the next set of wheels. So I had some scrap steel and after looking at Roger Musson's steel wheel jig I decided to whip one up. Took me 2-3 hours today, but I think it came out nice. Just screwed 1/2 wood ... Read More »

Is there a good wheel truing stand for DH?

Does anyone have a set up that works well, and can adapt to 20 mm front hubs and 150 by 12 mm rear hubs? I've seen the Park model, but reviews on it said it was great for road wheels but not MTB with thru axles. Thanks for any input.Read More »

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