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Item # 100-5D

Professional Micro-Adjust Repair Stand Clamp

After years of research and testing we’ve built what we consider the best shop clamp made. It’s smooth, versatile and built to stand up to everyday shop use.

  • Fits PCS-4, PRS-7, some models of PRS-5 (with composite top tubes), and PCS-1 models manufacturer post 2002.  (Note: Inspect top tube below lever for an embossed "939")
  • Grips nearly any tube from 7/8” to 3” (23–76mm), including aero tubes
  • Cam-actuated adjustment system for quick entry, adjustment and exit
  • Narrow clamping jaws (2.7”/7cm) designed to clamp securely yet fit into tight areas or on short seat posts. 
  • Fully adjustable clamping pressure prevents damage to thin-walled tubes

For an article on previous stands see Generational Changes in Repair Stands.



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  • Built to last: Powder coated, precision machined, die-cast aluminum main body parts and high quality small parts.
  • Infinitely adjustable: Micro adjustability for perfect clamping pressure every time, every tube.
  • Fast operation: Cam actuated adjustment system for quick entry, adjustment and exit. Handy “spinner” handle helps speed large size range adjustments.
  • Gentle, firm gripSoft yet durable composite rubber clamping pads and a unique Soft Touch saddle cradle provide a perfect spot to temporarily rest a bike by its saddle.
  • Versatile: Grips nearly any tube including aero shaped tubing and seat posts 7/8” to 3” (23mm-76mm). Its narrow clamping jaws (2.7”/7cm) are designed to clamp securely yet fit into tight areas or on short seat posts. Saddle cradle provides a perfect spot to temporarily rest a bike.

The Professional Micro Adjust Clamp features a long travel cam to open and close jaws quickly. The bike should be grabbed relatively gently when the cam is actuated. Holding pressure is fine tuned by tightenin the handle. To remove bike, loosen handle one-half and pull cam to open position.

 
Jaws spring wide when cam lever is pulled opened, making it easy to remove the bike


Turn handle clockwise to adjust holding pressure

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