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Park ToolRepair Stand Travel & Storage Bag

$24.95

Item # PAR0113

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Item # PAR0113
Description

Repairs on the go.

When race day takes you far out of town, don't resort to hanging your bike from stray tree branches for your pre-race tune up, toss your repair stand into the Park Tool Repair Stand Travel & Storage Bag for PRS-15, PRS-10, and PRS-11, and you'll be able to bring your stand with you to run your repairs just like home with no stress. This heavy-duty nylon bag has just the right amount of space for bringing your trusty stand along with you, thanks to its lofty 48-inch length, and 24-inch circumference, so whether you're a home mechanic, or wrenching on other people's bikes you'll be comfortable working away with a sturdy stand.

  • Take your sturdy stand wherever you go
  • Durable nylon construction for long wear
  • Shoulder strap makes for easy carrying
  • Perfect for race day out of town
  • Compatible with PRS-25, PRS-15, PRS-10, and PRS-11

Tech Specs
Material
heavyweight nylon
Recommended Use
bike maintenance, carrying your repair stand, race day
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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    >Rating: 4

    Made to Fit -- A Bit Lightweight

    Familiarity:
    I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    Fit:
    True to size

    The Park PCS 10.2 work stand doesn't fold into an easy to carry, compact package, so a bag is useful for storage or transport. The shape of the folded PCS 10.2 is not symmetrical, so a bespoke bag is necessary. Not as heavy as a 12-year-old Wrench Force bag that I picked up at a swap and use on my Ultimate/Feedback work stand. Cheaper than me trying to construct one myself. Bottom line, you don't have many options, but this works.