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Heavy Duty Multi Position Bending Machine Stand

Heavy Duty Multi Position Bending Machine Stand

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Stand for MA2017 Golf Club Bending Machine $249.99 In Stock
Stand for MA2019 Golf Club Bending Machine $249.99 In Stock
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Heavy Duty Multi Position Bending Machine Stand

The GolfWorks Heavy Duty Bending Machine Stand features a rotating mounting plate that allows for maximum leverage when bending right and left handed club heads for both loft and lie all while standing in the same position. To rotate the bending machine simply loosen the knob under the mounting plate, lift and move the bending machine to the angle that provides the best leverage for bending. The sheer weight of the heavy duty Diamond Plate base along with the user’s body weight eliminates the need for this stand to be mounted to the floor. The base is also portable and saves shop space since there is no need to work “around” the bending machine. The steel tubing supports are precision welded for added strength and durability. The Heavy Duty Bending Machine Stand will secure both the Maltby Iron/Hybrid Bending Machine (MA2017) and the Maltby Premium Golf Club Bending Machine (MA2019).

Please Note: Additional shipping charges required due to weight.
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How tall is this stand?

Asked by: crandyl
The stand is 35" tall from the base to the top of the top plate.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-30

Can you mount a vise to this stand? I am looking at making a room in my house a club repair room.

Asked by: ncgolfpro
Because of the rotating base plate on this stand, it would be difficult to say if you could mount a vise to this stand. there are pre drilled holes in the base, but you would probably need to modify the plate on the top of the stand to accomodate the vise. Also, because the plate on the stand rotates, modification may prevent the plate from being able to rotate.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-16
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