Feedback Sports Tool Tray
There is some mystique about a shop with a dirty, well-used workspace, littered with tools specific to long-obsolete components, lengths of housing, five-speed derailleurs, and other shiny, greasy homages to a life of caring for all kinds of bicycles. Once the bubble of the daydream is popped, however, it becomes apparent that tools have a tendency to... shall we say, wander. An organized workspace is a functional workspace, and even if you love to let the hours slip by making adjustments, cleaning, and tuning your machines, the reality is that time spent wrenching is time not spent riding. With that in mind, we present the Feedback Sports Tool Tray.
The Feedback Sports Tool Tray easily attaches to any Feedback repair stand and will keep your tools, cleaners, and lubes organized and close at hand at all times. Its heavy-duty plastic construction won't deteriorate if exposed to chemicals, and in fact the large basin can be used to soak parts in degreaser. It even features a drain for convenient clean up. Drop your chain in the basin and let degreaser do the dirty work while you replace cables and align the derailleur hanger.
The 2.75 x 10 x 14.5in (69.9 mm X 254 mm X 368 mm) Feedback Sports Tool Tray provides labeled Allen wrench storage (2 - 8mm) to eliminate guess work, which not only saves you time while you're making the repair, but also when a tool wanders away. Since Allen wrenches are only part of the starting lineup for most repairs, the Feedback Sports Tool Tray includes room for cable cutters, fourth hand tools, and screwdrivers. It also features a cup holder for 12oz beverages or your stickered coffee mug so you can enjoy a refreshing beverage while fine tuning your ride.
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Perfect add on for your stand
August 12, 2012
Holds everything you need and keeps things organized. Snaps on and off easily and quickly.
August 19, 2012
Does what it is supposed to do, keep my tools off the floor. Well built.
Has anyone tried slapping this onto a Park stand? How well does
Has anyone tried slapping this onto a Park stand? How well does it fit? Do you need after market parts to make it stay on the Park?
By: Geoff Hart/Maryann Schrupp
September 30, 2010
It is fairly easy to put on. Just remove the top clamp and slide it on. It's great for holding the essential tools and not having to run back and forth from your work bench
By: Mike Midlarsky
July 8, 2011
Feedback sports tool tray.
November 6, 2011
Great little item to make your personal wrenching needs that much easier. No back and fourth to the tool box. It's all right there on the stand. Installs quickly, if you are like me taking your stand to all the weekly CX races the tray needs to be removed in order to collapse my stand. It's quick and painless.