Park Tool TS-2.3 Pro Wheel Truing Stand

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A durable, capable truing stand designed and built for daily use, the Park Tool TS-2.3 Pro wheel truing stand is easy to adjust and operate, and it's compatible with most bike wheels.

  • Features

    • Extra-tall uprights and wide calipers are capable of accepting most wheels commonly found on road, mountain, BMX and hybrid bicycles; up to 29+ in. with or without tire
    • Uprights feature integrated storage for the included thru-axle adapters—allows for compatibility with solid, quick-release and thru-axle hubs without the use of adapters
    • Upright adjustment is controlled with an ergonomically designed speed knob, which quickly adjusts the stand to accommodate any hub width in seconds
    • Strong, comfortable knobs and spring-loaded calipers and caliper arm ensure smooth, consistent operation
    • Removable composite caliper tips protect painted rims and fragile materials
    • Maximum hub width is 200 mm (7.87 in.)
    • Maximum rim width is 102 mm (4 in.)
    • Stand can be bolted to your benchtop via mounting holes that are 9.5 mm (0.4 in.) in diameter and 200 mm (7.9") from center to center
    • Can also be clamped in a vice—base measures 76 mm (3 in.) deep—or installed in the Park Tool TSB-2.2 Truing Stand Base (not included)
    • Made from durable powder-coated heavy-gauge steel assembled and calibrated in St. Paul, Minnesota
    • 100% adjustable and rebuildable for a lifetime of use

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Cycling

    Stand Height

    20 inches

    Weight

    18 lbs. 4 oz.

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