Regular price $175.00

The LumberJack recumbent trike repair stand features the same, universal fit as all of our trike repair stands. A cross between our JackStand and TimberTable products, the LumberJack delivers a stout and sturdy hip-height working platform that is stable and rigid. 

  • Designed to fit nearly all makes and models, Delta Trike and Tadpole Recumbent Trike compatibility 
  • Pre-drilled in multiple locations to adapt to your trike and hold it firmly in place
  • Heavy duty double stacked tube holders
  • Some assembly required ships with assembly manual and user guide



What assembly is required?

The LumberJack ships partially assembled and pre-configured. Connect the base sections with a #2 Philips drill bit, then press the silver vertical extensions into the tube holders. 

Can I buy replacement parts?

Yes, of course. Contact Us for a quote.

What materials do we use?

The black base parts are pine (sanded, stained and sealed), the tube holders are plastic, the silver vertical extensions are aluminum, and the cradles are rubber.

What is the maximum height of the stand?

We designed the LumberJack to support your trike at a working height of 30 inches. If you would prefer a shorter height, please Contact Us  and we would be happy to cut a customized height for you.

What are the dimensions of the stand?

The base measures 34” in length and 20″ at its widest point.

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    Mary A.
    United States United States

    I have been looking for a reasonably priced workstand for my Catrike for some time. The LumberJack fits the bill. It was easy to assemble and only took a little adjusting to get the trike to sit perfectly. The height makes it very easy to work on the trike, but we need 2 people to get it on the stand.

    Carriage House CycleWorks

    We are glad you found us Mary Ann, Thank you!