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Unior Wheel Centering Stand for Home Use

£89.99

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Unior Wheel Centering Stand for Home Use

Wheel centering stand – for home use - 1688

It is possible to center wheels with dimension from 16 to 29 inch, with or without tire.

Supports hubs up to 157 mm width.

This stand is intended especially for the enthusiast. It is very easy to use, light (2.3 kg) and does not take up much space. The left bracket is fixed and welded to the lower profile, while the right bracket is flexible to different all axle widths.

How to use the tool:

  • The stand can be folded by folding the leg to the lower profile.
  • The stand can also be mounted on the work bench with screws to increases stability.
  • The control sensor is single sided so first the wheel shall be centered on one side, then turned around and centered on the other side.
  • The additional function enables true checking of wheel discs.

Official Partner of Team Sky

Team Sky has become the newest partner of Unior, the renowned Slovenian producer of high quality hand tools. Team Sky, who began using Unior at the start of the season, join an already impressive list of road and mountain bike teams that use Unior Bike Tools. Team Sky's attention to details is well known, and the team have already been providing valuable input to Unior's R&D team around the development of new products. Some of Unior's new tools and accessories will be in use for testing and further refinement by the time of next Grand Tour. Team Sky join Etixx-Quick Step, Movistar and Trek – Segafredo in using Unior. All are teams with their own unique character, but all demand perfection when it comes to gear and support. Team Sky's Head of Technical Operations Carsten Jeppesen stated: "We are very excited to be working with Unior. Their quest for constant improvement, innovation and a keen eye for details matches our own, and the range of tools available to us is second to none.” "The feedback from our mechanics has also been really positive and we'll work closely with Unior moving forwards to ensure we have the best tools in the business.”