CycloShine 3.0 Pro Wheel Detailing Stand - Spinning Base with Vertical rollers and caster wheels
The ideal bench top wheel detailing stand with all of the capabilities you could ever want to make cleaning, polishing and coating wheels faster, easier and more ergonomic than ever before.
The perfect bench top wheel detailing stand that rotates to allow access to both sides of the wheel without having to pick up the wheel to rotate it and includes a rear support arm for added support and safer movement.
Heavy duty swivel plate allows easy and quiet rotation while providing enough friction to prevent the stand from rotating freely without control
All powder coated steel plates and rollers and stainless-steel fasteners for optimal corrosion resistance and premium performance look
Support arm for leaning wheels back for extra stability and wheel safety
Adjustable rubber feet standard for a solid base or optional stainless-steel casters for easy movement of wheels on the stand and total lock capability to prevent caster rolling and rotating to lock the stand in place when needed
Optional vertical rollers on the front and rear to prevent potential wheel walking off the stand during use
Wheel pictured is 32” in diameter for example
Colour: Grey Rollers + Vertical Rollers + Casters
Warning: Rollers may not appear perfectly smooth and may have small bumps, light marring, uneven texture or small touched up spots in the powder coat.
Warning: Wheels can sometimes walk forwards/backwards as they are spun on the rollers. This is due to tires not being a perfect cylinder and gaining uneven traction one way or another as they spin. Always be aware as you are working.
Both versions, the Spinning Base & Support Arm and Fixed Frame version come with 4x casters and 2x vertical rollers.
Q: What's the difference between Spinning Base vs Fixed Frame?
A: The spinning base design is better suited as a benchtop model for polishing/coating and detail work after the wheel has been cleaned. We generally recommend the fixed frame for washing because the rear arm obviously provides stability while scrubbing and blasting the wheel with a pressure washer. Then afterwards you would put the wheel on a spinning base up on a benchtop so it is at an easier working height and allows for access to both sides of the wheel without having to pick up and turn the wheel around manually.