As with ericm979, I am baffled as to why you need a bench vise to work on hubs. It can be handy (though completely not necessary) to hold a cassette lock ring tool, but beyond that . . .steel515 said:I was thinking of getting a bench vise to work on hubs. Can I use without bolting it down? I only have a office desk.
My workbench is just that: an old wooden desk with a 4x8 sheet of plywood screwed on to the top. Works great and cost very little. Plywood optional, I just used it to increase the workspace.steel515 said:Can I use unwanted wooden desk in garage instead of a workbench?