Worked great to true a 29 inch wheel with the tire ON! It comes with an attachment so you can do thru-axle wheels without having to buy an adapter. It would cost over three times the price to buy a bike shop type wheel stand with the accessories to do the job. I think I could do a pro level truing job in 20% more time than I could do on a Park stand. A quick and dirty job would probably be faster with the Feedback Sports stand. Heavy duty and well made. This will last a lifetime.
I ordered this stand a few months ago and use it on the daily, it is an awesome stand for truing wheels replacing rim strips or doing tubeless setup. I would not recomend this stand if you are a true wheel builder as you cant dish with it but for everything else its great. At the shop I work at we have several High end Park tool stands and I am consistently coming back to the feedback stand for my wheel trues.
This was my first wheel truing stand and attempt at straightening my own wheels. The stand is very easy to use. The instructions were not clearAs they should be for mounting a wheel in a one-sided stand. Once I get that figured out it was extremely easy to use and doesnï¿½t take up a lot of space. Two thumbs up.
very sturdy and precise easy to use truing stand. Plastic spring loaded indicator will not scratch wheel surface and rotor indicator works nicely. comes with 12 and 15 mm thru axle adapters which are easy to use.
I needed a wheel stand to help make gluing tubular tires easier and out of the choices this stand stuck out, I wanted it to be small, light and easy to use and the feedback pro fit the bill. I think the Park Tool stands might be a better option if you are going to actually build wheels but for maintenance it is more than enough. I was a little concerned it may not be sturdy enough but when the wheel is attached its very solid, perfect for checking and adjusting wheel alignment but most important to me with the way the arm easily moves around its perfect for gluing, with a skewer in each wheel its literally 1 second wheel out, 1 second wheel in so I dont hardly miss a brush stroke..
If you can afford it, just get the Park stand. This one isn't even worth the money, cheaply made and rather fragile in comparison to Park's wheel stands. Mine arrived in pieces, even though the packaging was intact and undamaged. It didn't even survive shipping, so how long is this tool going to last? Other than that, adequate I guess.
works well for the occasional truing. easy to use and sets up quickly. was a little concerned about single arm and wheel holding capabilities - but hasn't been a problem. Just what i was looking for.