Made of the cheapest materials possible. The threads on the locking lever mechanism galled and jammed, now i can't get the bolt in or out. Another bolt broke while tightening as it's made of some crappy metal. Fit of the parts is horrible. I need to make the call and return this but haven't found a free minute.
Don't waste your money for street bikes- Buy the professional Stand
This stand is cheap. It is built cheaply. The right arm slides right and left to allow you to adjust for different wheel/ hub widths. It slides on two cheap plastic bushings. (The instruction manual shows one ellipse shaped plastic bushing, so mine must be a "newer" fix. It still doesn't work) It is impossible to keep the right arm locked in place and not flex side to side because of the flex in the plastic bushings. It moves more than the allowable tolerances to true the actual wheel. This becomes maddening when trying to fine tune the wheel because you cannot get the wheel locked in the stand without any play.
I am going to try to find some steel bushing to help alleviate this problem.
The left side has an adjustable gauge that tightens down with a hand screw. The mount on this is plastic as well. After tightening and loosening it a few times, it started moving "finding" a previous spot that I had tightened it to.
The last set of wheels I trued, I did on the motorcycle and it was easier than using this stand because I tightened the wheels in the forks and swingarm.
Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $100-$120 and buy the professional stand from Park or maybe purchase the Tusk Stand?, or just true the wheels on the motorcycle.