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WORKSHOP: TOOLS AND CLEANERS


Weldtite


WELDTITE’S tool arm, Cyclo Tools, has a handy modular work station in its catalogue that can pop up and tuck away in almost any situation to provide a professional working area and can double up as a storage facility for the home.


The head unit can attach to a pop up workstand (as pictured), or mount to a wall or work bench via additional components in the Weldtite catalogue. Adding to the versatility of the clamp, you’ll be able to rotate it through 360- degrees to reach those difficult spots. Soft rubber jaws will hold the frame firm without leaving any marks. Weldtite also produces the Pure range


of lubrications and cleaning products. All the Pure products are 100 per cent free of petroleum based solvents and maximise the use of sustainable ingredients derived from natural and renewable resources, while also being


fully biodegradeable by internationally recognised standards. 01652 660000


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FOR THE professional mechanic on the move, Topeak’s Prepstation is as transportable as tool cases come, with large wheels housing five-inch ball bearings and an extendable handle. It’s a clever unit that stashes 39


professional quality tools in a modular case that expands and collapses into itself to take up as little space as possible when not in use. The beauty of the case comes when it’s time to get some work done. The four tool trays revolve around the aluminium handle, making it easy to lay out a selection of tools for the job in an organised manner. The tools themselves are made


from hardened steel and chrome vanadium steel.


01933 672 170


Fatboy Imports


FAT SPANNER has now been supplying cycle tools and workshop parts for over ten years. UK based and designed, the firm supplies tools for both workshop, home use and trail side repairs - all of which include a no quibble lifetime guarantee. Introduced to the catalogue this year are the Pro Link 10/11 speed link extractor, an update on an old best seller that includes a replacement push in pin to reduce the chance of breakage. Also updated is the brand’s chain cleaner, which houses a large bath with wire derailleur holder. fatboyimports.co.uk


Fisher Outdoors


ALREADY a best-seller, the Tacx Spider Pro workstand is both tiltable and rotatable. The stand is extremely lightweight and robust thanks to its aluminium components. Standing firmly on any surface, it’s suited to almost any bicycle with a frame tube diameter of up to 50 mm.


On the tool front, Tacx has a collection of workshop standard specialist items, consumer friendly basics and pumps that compete with the best of the competition in terms of value and quality. See the full line at www.fisheroutdoor.co.uk 01727 798345


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Hotlines


ONE OF the highlights from the extensive Hotlines catalogue is Brand-X’s X-90 pressure washer, designed with bikes in mind. If you’re constantly dealing with muddy bicycles on the road, the 13-litre unit holds enough water to clean two bikes on the move, making it an ideal trailside companion for when the ride’s over. With a water pressure of 90psi, the £94.99 washer pumps out two litres per minute and works simply by plugging into a car charger. 0131 319 1444


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