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Feedback Sports Pro Elite Repair Stand with Tote Bag (Red)


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  • Patented Quick Release Secure-Lock clamp features 360-Degree rotation and a ratchet-action closure with push-button release
  • Rubber jaws accommodate up to 2.6'' tubing
  • Adjustable work height from 42''-71"
  • Light weight anodized aluminum tubing will not rust
  • Tripod base stable on almost any surface and can support up to 85lbs.
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Product Description

The standard for a full function, pro-quality, portable repair stand

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 12.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001F2XGNA
  • Item model number: 16020
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

So easy to use and very sturdy.
barry
This stand is light weight but very solid, it folds up easily and comes with a nylon storage and travel bag.
Acupunk62
You can buy mediocre, or for not all that much more....buy the best.
Retired Guy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By MobyBike on April 17, 2010
I own 3 different models of this brand. Of the three, this one has the best head from the arm out, but the other stands are better from there down. The weight of most bikes I work on (standard MTB, Cruiser, Hybrid) is just too much for this stand, and cause the inside pedal to hit the column when pedaling. Feedback Sports told me that light road bikes with small pedals do not have this problem. I don't work on many of those. Part of the problem is that I clamp on the seat post, rather than the top tube; to prevent scratches, dents, or conflicts with cables.

I have a mobile bike repair business, and owned 3 physical shops prior to this. I have used Ultimate or now Feedback Sports stands for somewhere about 15 years. When you mount the Feedback Sports wheel truing stand on top of this Pro-Elite stand, the big tri-shaped metal fixing knob for the arm head, hits the truing stand mount. I have grown to despise this stand and prefer any of the others. The ratchet head idea is very cool, but the ratchet mechanism on mine began to stick at about week 3, and I keep a clean stand and dirt free from the head. I would highly recommend any of the stands from feedback that have the large round rubber covered knobs (instead of the tri-shaped metal knobs), they are still working great, even dirty and grimy as the "cleaning stand".

I do not extend the tripod legs fully, this stand feels too flimsy when you do. I leave them several inches up-shaft, to try and achieve about a 45 degree angle between the leg and shaft. I also try to limit the extension height as much as possible. It is a shame because this stand is rated for more weight and height than the others, but it doesn't perform like it's rated. The Pro Classic would be the better choice unless you have a light road bike with small pedals.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Consumer Joe on March 21, 2009
After performing an internet research and looking at models I could find at local stores, I purchased this product (REI had a 20% off a single item).

Do you know the phrase "you recognize quality when you see it"? Well, this is one of those products. My first reaction when I got it out of the box was wow, I made the right choice!

It is very well built (and even pretty) and it holds my bikes with no problem. Probably it is not as stable as the professional stands that are bolted to the shop floor but is significantly more stable than the Spin Dr and Park (PCS 9-10-11) stands I saw in the stores.

Notes:
1. Unfolding the three legs requires some practice but is easy to do after you learn how to do it. Just flip the stand upside down, slightly spread the three legs in the same direction (e.g. counter clockwise) and then hold two legs and spread them apart. After a short practice, this should not take more than few seconds.

2. The model I got came with a nice black bag. Note that the bag handles are not at the center of the bag. When you place the stand inside the bag, make sure to place its head on the shorter side of the bag. This will provide a perfect balance when you carry it.

3. The one hand tightening mechanism works very well when you hold the bike in the other hand. Just push the small screw in for the ratchet action and then turn it clockwise to tighten.

4. This stand can be raised very high. As the manual says, if you raise it high (I typically don't) and/or have heavy bike, you want to turn the head such that it is above one of the three legs.

Overall it is a very good product and I would definitely recommended it to a friend.

(Disclosure: I am not professionally qualified to evaluate bike repair stands and this review represents only my good faith personal opinion at the time of writing it).
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alex on November 16, 2010
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I assemble bikes for a large retail chain. I love this stand. It can handle the heavy bikes. The bike stand is light and compact. It fits in my small car trunk just perfectly. The tool tray attachment is very handy. For speed of operations the quick release option is the best. I think this stand beats hands down the bulky Park Tool bike stand.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Eighth Samurai on May 22, 2013
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This stand is a great compromise between light weight, convenience and stability. The clamp mechanism provides for easy one-handed use and provides surprising grip. Because the load is cantilevered, the bike isn't absolutely stable while turning the crank to adjust the drive train. Repair stands which support the bottom bracket, such as the Feedback Sports Sprint, are better for this type of work, but I don't like taking the wheels on-and-off. I like that the stand takes less than 30 seconds to set up and easily stores in the corner of a closet. Conveniently, the stand is shipped completely assembled and ready to use out-of-the-box.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Z. Beerchurch on September 22, 2013
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The Feedback Sports Pro Elite bike stand is beautifully made.
All the parts show good attention to detail and work smoothly and do their job well.
I like the over-center clamps on the center post.
The hard rubber pads should have more flexibility to conform to tapered frame tubes.
I have a problem with the basic design. The three feet aren't under the weight of the bike
like their basic stand or the Park Tool PCS-10 stand.
The tripod arrangement takes up too much floor space and can't be placed close to a wall.
Something to think about if you work in a small area.
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