Park Tool  PCS 9.3 Home Mechanic Bike Repair Stand

Color: Blue

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Offering a stable way to hold nearly any bike off the ground for adjustments, cleaning and repair, the Park Tool PCS 9.3 Home Mechanic repair stand is a great way to upgrade your home or garage shop.


  • Fully adjustable clamp fits tubes and seatposts of any shape and material—including aero and dropper posts—from 7/8 to 3 in. diameter (22 to 76 mm)
  • 360° of clamp rotation allows for positioning all parts of the bike within reach
  • Narrow clamping jaws (2.7 in.; 7 cm) fit into tight areas or onto short seatposts
  • Stand is height adjustable from 39 to 57 in. (99 to 145 cm) using a convenient quick-release lever, thus accommodating any mechanic, whether seated or standing
  • Requires a #2848A quick-release collar with accessory pods for use of PTH-1 Paper Towel Holder or 106 Work Tray (collar and other accessories not included)
  • All-steel construction and teardrop-shaped tubing ensure maximum rigidity and stability; locking support yoke and upgraded internals add dependability
  • Durable textured powder coat finish
  • When open, base forms a triangle of 36 x 36 x 48 in. (92 x 92 x 121 cm) for stability
  • Quickly folds down to 44 x 14.5 in. (114 x 37 cm) for storage and transport; smooth-operating leg support system pulls both legs up in one simple motion
  • Stand weighs 15 lbs. 14 oz. (7.2 kg) and holds up to 80 lbs. (36 kg) for compatibility with most two-wheeled, pedal-driven bikes, including fat-tire bikes and most e-bikes
  • Note: This 80 lb. (36 kg) maximum capacity assumes the weight is centered below the clamp and between the legs


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Technical Specs

Item #199150
Best Use


Stand Height

39-57 inches


15 lbs. 14 oz.

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