Help: Home Shop Essentials on a Budget

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

Ypsylon wrote:If you have both a weenie bike and something under your bb, I'd recommend the Reifig ones, but since this is about budget, I won't even link to them.


Googled them. :unbelievable:

800 Euro for the base stand?

Holy Moly. To not use more colorful language...
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by stella-azzurra

OK lets get serious with the tools:

1. Dremel tool with flexible wand
2. 6" mechanics bench vise
3. Park tool TS-2
4. Crescent wrench
5. 11-17mm flat wrenches
6. 2 Chain whips
7. socket wrench
8. hex sockets
8. needle nose pliers
9. 12" 3/4" diameter copper pipe (headset removal tool)
10. 8" steel clamp and 2x4 wood (headset press tool)
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