RGMTB Gears – Park Tool PRS-4W Repair Stand Review

RGMTB Gears – Park Tool PRS-4W Repair Stand Review

So how strong is this Park Tool PRS-4W Bike Stand?
See a cool trick to get more out of your Part Tool PRS-4W Bike Stand!

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I’ve been using the Part Tool PRS-4W Bike Stand for quite some time now. It is a high end wall mount bike stand that supports it’s price tag. This is a pro-level bike stand that I’ve come to highly rely on and recommend!

Make sure you watch till the end of the video to see the tip and trick I use to get more use out of this already great bike stand!






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Readers Comments (14)

  1. William McDonald February 25, 2021 @ 9:51 pm

    Not a good thang to clamp the top tube.

  2. Woah! Twisting the bikes like that whilst locked into the stand is crazy! Only takes half a turn to loosen the rear clamp then rotate the bike.

  3. Nice tip mate. Clever.

  4. id like one of these mounted on the rear door of my suv

  5. Duuuuude. How are your carbon frames not cracked yet. Seriously the way you were cranking down on the ebike frame 😬😱 you are never meant to clamp the carbon frames in any capacity let alone cranking it down. Ouch

  6. Me and the fiance recently picked up a couple new hardtails and definitely need a stand for future repairs and/or upgrades….but are also dealing with very limited space.

    This looks like it might be the one…just need to wait until payday, lol

  7. Nice

  8. Hi, i’ve just picked up one of these work stands for myself and wondering what bolts you used to mount it to your wall?
    Side note – tell me if i’m wrong, but I don’t think you should be clamping onto the dropper post stanchion? Doesn’t do it any good.

    Great vid btw!

  9. Regular Guy Mountain Biking February 25, 2021 @ 10:19 pm

    Make sure you watch till the end of the video to see the tip and trick I use to get more use out of this already great bike stand!
    Get one for your shop! Affiliate Link – https://amzn.to/3fGCN1F

  10. El Snido's Toy Company February 25, 2021 @ 10:29 pm

    Nice seeing your stuff again Gene! I have a 20 year old Park foldable stand that I use, but it doesn’t hold as well anymore when I need to tilt the rear end up because of the design they used then. This one could work as a replacement for me but I had a question. Do you have any problems with today’s wider bars not clearing the wall behind it?

  11. Nice vid I like the idea of the anchors. An we expect a review of the POC Coron Air Spin?

  12. Seems to be a pain to be able to work on both sides of the bike with the wall being right there

  13. ive been wanting to get a stand or wall mount for like 4 years..maybe one day i’ll bite the bullet..lol..Thanks for another video buddy!!

  14. I was going to get this but the price and not being able to move it to other spots led me to grabbing the feedback sports stand. I needed something mobile to is as a bike wash. Nice tip though!

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