Feedback Sports' Pro Truing Stand features a simple design that doesn't require you to remove the tire (even massive 29ers) to use. The unique 20-inch long aluminum arm uses your wheels' standard quick releases to secure the wheel in place.
As convenient as this is, it does require a simple adapter (12 and 15mm included) to allow truing of wheels with thru-axle hubs. The advantage of the one-armed design is that it provides better access to spokes while offering ample clearance for large wheels with tires installed. The precision single spring tip indicator allows checking lateral and radial rim position, and it has a brake rotor truing slot.
For those on the go, the Pro Truing Stand can be placed on top of any Feedback Work Stand. It also comes with a sturdy 8 x 10in steel base and a bench adapter to mount it to a work bench. The Feedback Sports Pro Truing Stand is made of durable anodized aluminum and weighs in at 5.8lbs (2.6kg) for a nice balance of stability and portability.
- Tire removal not necessary
- Secures with wheel’s QR
- 12mm and 15mm adapters included
- Single-armed design
- Brake rotor truing slot
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This will work on through mount axels on 29" mtn bike tires for truing rotors?
The Feedback Sports Pro Truing Stand will work for your thru axle 29" mountain bike tires. Feel free to shoot me any additional questions about this stand, truing rotors or anything mountain bike related.
Inexpensive, Yet Perfectly Adequate.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The base of the stand is fairly heavy, I had no issues with tipping, and the shallow divot in the base is handy for holding spoke nipples while you work. The stand comes with adapters for 20mm and 15mm thru-axles, which is a nice bonus, and the truing fork can slide up and be used to true brake rotors. My only complaint is the single-sided nature of the stand means I have to flip the wheel over in the stand to ensure I have dished the wheel correctly. I ended up buying a dishing guage to double-check my work, as the first time I built a rear wheel with this stand, I didn't get the dish quite right and had some issues on the bike (totally my fault).
I bought this truing stand to build a set of wheels for my new road bike. I was initially drawn by the low price point and other good reviews. I also use the stand to true wheels that are already built.