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The TS-2.2 truing stand is adjusted at the factory to center the rim between the calipers. With use, the TS-2.2 can come out of center. For precision work, the TS-2.2 and TS-2 are intended to be used with a dishing tool, such as the Park Tool WAG-4 or WAG-5. See these tools discussed in the article: Wheel Dishing or Centering
This article will discuss the use of beam-style torque wrenches such as the TW-1 and TW-2 (both discontinued).
This article will discuss the installation of the TS-RK rebuild kit into TS-2 & TS-2.2 Truing Stands.
This article will discuss the service of the PFP-6 Home Mechanic Floor Pump and the PFP-3 Floor Pump (both discontinued).
This article will discuss the service of the PFP-4 and PFP-2 Professional Floor Pump (both discontinued).
This article will review the replacement of the pulling caliper finger part #1193-2 on the CBP-3. Bearings and cranks that are seized in place may exceed the strength of the caliper and this may cause the caliper to fail.
The #1951-15 is a threaded stud that will allow the 100-25D to fit the PRS-15 repair stand. NOTE: The clamp will not fold downward as the original 100-15X clamp design.
The #1951-15 adapter stud works only in the PRS-15 with the three-pointed knob behind the clamp, as seen on the top tube in image #1. See note at end of article for models with a different top tube handle.
This article will review replacement jaw clamp covers. There are several clamp covers available depending upon the model and generation of your stand. It is best to inspect your clamp and then compare to the clamp covers here. All jaw covers come as a pair. Jaw covers are listed here in reverse numerical order.
This article will discuss the adjustment of the CN-10. There have been several generations of the CN-10, and the concepts below apply to all.
This article will discuss the use of the Park Tool Digital Caliper DC-1. The DC-1 will measure outside diameter, inside diameter, and depth. The caliper uses a digital read-out that will turn on when the jaws are opened.