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Wheel & Frame Fixture

Wheel & Frame Fixture

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I am looking for a tool or fixture that will hold a bike frame thru the forks where the wheels are mounted.
Does anyone know of a quick release tool that can do this with the wheel removed? The bike will be in a fixture on its side. I am currently using a bar with a thread and nuts on each end that are hand tightened.

Chris
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RE: Wheel & Frame Fixture

Are you looking for something that clamps just the forks or clamps both the frame and forks?  If the first, Google <"fork mount" bicycle>, these items use a QR clamp the same as a QR axle.

RE: Wheel & Frame Fixture

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Do you know of anything like this that is for industrial use? I want to use it in a shop where it will get dirty and may see oven time (don't know the temps yet).

Chris
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