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Offline Texastoad

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Best Motorcycle jack
« on: January 13, 2011, 02:56:39 PM »
Who sells the best motorcycle jack?

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Best Motorcycle jack
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Re: Best Motorcycle jack
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2011, 05:02:05 AM »
2006 Kingpin
110" Stroker/Big Bore
126 HP/134 Ft-lbs -- SAE
11.63 @ 115 mph -- 1/4 mile

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Re: Best Motorcycle jack
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2011, 05:29:56 AM »
I have this one.......
http://www.directlift.com/ProCycle-XLT-DT-P59C15.aspx

I'm not knocking HC's type he likes but the nice thing about mine is you can lay your tools on the sides and not have to bend down to get a tool or turn around and get it off the workbrench and mine will not tip over at all, it's air operated too. You just drive onto it and vise the front down or put the bike jack under the motor and lift it up, step on the air pedal and rise the whole lift and bike up.

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Re: Best Motorcycle jack
« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2011, 07:59:36 AM »
I have this one.......
http://www.directlift.com/ProCycle-XLT-DT-P59C15.aspx

I'm not knocking HC's type he likes but the nice thing about mine is you can lay your tools on the sides and not have to bend down to get a tool or turn around and get it off the workbrench and mine will not tip over at all, it's air operated too. You just drive onto it and vise the front down or put the bike jack under the motor and lift it up, step on the air pedal and rise the whole lift and bike up.


Mine is much simpler than what I posted. I have the Harbvor Freight jack.

Yours is dandy... until you want to take the wheels off... you still need a bike jack.
2006 Kingpin
110" Stroker/Big Bore
126 HP/134 Ft-lbs -- SAE
11.63 @ 115 mph -- 1/4 mile

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Re: Best Motorcycle jack
« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2011, 02:03:29 PM »
Got mine on sale at Sears. have no idea what kind it is. All I know is it lifts the bike up when I want to either work on it or take off the wheels. So I would say, what ever is on sale for a good price and does the job is a good one.
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Re: Best Motorcycle jack
« Reply #5 on: January 18, 2011, 10:24:27 AM »
Bought the Sears pro on sale... ;D

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Re: Best Motorcycle jack
« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2011, 07:15:05 AM »
I have the harbor freight jack.  Works great.  Bought it from a guy at work for 40 bucks.  Only complaint I have is that it is not low enough for my bike since mine is lowered.  I just roll my bike on to some 2x6s and the jack slides right under.
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Re: Best Motorcycle jack
« Reply #7 on: January 19, 2011, 07:56:47 AM »
I have the harbor freight jack.  Works great.  Bought it from a guy at work for 40 bucks.  Only complaint I have is that it is not low enough for my bike since mine is lowered.  I just roll my bike on to some 2x6s and the jack slides right under.

If you take the wheels off the jack, will it slide right under?

My friend built a 'copy' of the harbor freight bike jack without wheels... it sits flat on the floor... slides right under the bike. I tend to borrow it a lot.
2006 Kingpin
110" Stroker/Big Bore
126 HP/134 Ft-lbs -- SAE
11.63 @ 115 mph -- 1/4 mile

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