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Portable Truing Stand
Ideal for DIY bike mechanics seeking a lightweight truing stand for home use, the Unior Truing Stand mounts to a work bench for a solid and sturdy truing platform. It accommodates wheels ranging from 16 to 29 inches in diameter, truing both common road and mountain bike wheel sizes and supporting hubs up to 157mm in width. As a convenient bonus, the bottom leg folds up for easier travel to your favorite cycling destinations.
- Mounts to work benches for a solid truing platform
- Bottom leg folds flat for compact storage and travel
- Accommodates wheels from 16 to 29 inches
- Supports hubs up to 157mm wide
- Item #UNR0001
- tool steel
- Clamp Height
- 90 - 172 mm
- Base Diameter
- 217 x 218 mm
- Claimed Weight
- 5 lb 1.1 oz
- Recommended Use
- bike maintanance
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
November 25, 2016
Works alright, you get what you pay for
- I've used it several times
Works fine, for the person building a set of wheels for the first time, this is probably not the stand for you. Does not have enough adjustability and precision to really dial in trueness and roundness. Great stand for a smaller home shop and doing minor truing jobs and spoke replacements, but if you are building wheels it left more to be desired.
September 26, 2016
Okay Considering the price.
- I've put it through the wringer
I was able to true my wheels and rotor pretty easily with this stand. My roommate also built a wheel with it. It just lacks some of the adjustability and precision of more expensive stands, but with a little patience still gets the job done.
July 27, 2018
What is the size (diameter) and thread pattern of the bolts required to mount it to a bench?
July 28, 2018
Upon review, and testing every bolt with a remotely similar diameter, the answer is a metric 8mm...(course thread?) as typically available at Home Depot. The part number of bolts I'm using is 3105. This was not easily evident at first, as the female threads on the stand had some powder-coating overspray causing difficulties on the one side.