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Motorcycle Center Scissor Lift - Portable Jack Hoist Stand
This is our main lift. Made of high-strength steel, the wide motorcycle scissor jack. The adjustable locking screws and wheels improve stability and safety when loaded. It will, however, roll effortlessly on four robust wheels, making it simple to position, adjust, and store. It can be used on its own or in conjunction with practically any motorcycle lift. It has a 1100 pound capacity, is built of solid steel, and is quite easy to operate. Small vehicles like dirt motorcycles and ATVs will be no problem for it.
Stable and long-lasting
It helps balance and thrust bearings/rollers on all moving surfaces for durability and smooth operation thanks to an adjustable screw-in lifting arm.
Protect the vehicle by slipping.
Slip and Protect The Vehicle
The motorbike jack is designed with a large desktop and a rubber pad lifting arm to prevent slipping and scratching. The operation is quite simple because to a labor-saving design. The broad grip makes lifting the motorcycle simple.
During usage, the welding feet on both sides of the base can be secured with screw-in threaded arms, allowing for precise balancing control.
Sturdy steel frame
This motorbike scissor lift features a 500-pound weight capacity, a heavy-duty alloy steel frame, is sturdy and durable, has a long service life, and is simple to use. Motorcycle lifts come with everything you'll need to maintain and repair your motorcycle or other vehicle.
Most motorcycle models, including cruisers, tricycles, Can-Am Spyders, ATVs, UTVs, off-road vehicles, snowmobiles, and so on, are compatible with the motorcycle lifting jack.
Dimensions:14.6" x 9" x 4.5" (37 x 22.9 x 11.4cm)
Minimum Height: 3.25"(8.3cm)
Maximum Height: 13.25"(33.7cm)
Weight Capacity: 1100 lbs
Platform Dimensions: 14.6" x 9"(37 x 22.9cm)
1 x Motorcycle Scissor Lift lift
UNBEATABLE VALUE!!! This lift stand is heavy duty, well built, arrived in 2 days, SUPER easy to use, and requires NO assembly.
I’m a first year motorcycle owner, so I was intimidated about getting my bike off the cold garage floor in Wisconsin for the winter. I couldn’t believe how easy this was to use! Find the center of gravity of the bike (online look up), and turn the socket key provided. I was done in two minutes.
I was shocked how easy it was to get the bike off the floor. I thought I’d really have to struggle to turn the socket key. I didn’t. For reference, I have a Yamaha Bolt (542 lbs/246Kg) and I’m not a super strong guy; but I’m not weak either. If turning the socket key is hard for you, you could very easily use a crescent wrench (I had to look up what you even call that tool) to make it far easier!
I am not paid or compensated for this review. It’s just a REALLY good product for a GREAT price!
I love this little lift and wish I bought one sooner. Zero set up. The instructions say to grease before first use but mine already had a heavy grease on the threads. No issue with being able to lift my Harley Davidson Road King off the floor and very stable. Easy? My 10yo daughter was able to lift the bike using a standard ratchet. The biggest surprise to me was that with a ratchet I can easily and with one hand give the bike/lift minute adjustments. Big advantage when doing things like removing/installing the rear wheel. Also the compact nature of this lift compared to the table lifts or hydraulic ones is great if you have a tight garage. Highly recommend.
Got this for my new Honda XR650l Enduro which weighs about 340lbs.
Lifts nice so kickstand is not used to save room in garage. No straps necessary because I am just lifting to balance, but wouldn't have any concerns lifting totally off the ground. Stable lift as long as surface under is flat.
That being said, I have a Ultra Glide Classic that I would not attempt to lift with this alone. Granted it is Harley's heaviest bike and I read reviews on guys lifting big bike, I wouldn't.
This thing is really built. I mean heavy duty. Just follow the directions, grease the ball bearing like you would any oyher new bearing, forcing the grease in all around. Grease the screw liberally from one end to the other, as you don't want dry spots. Lifted my 1100 V-Star with no problem at about 750#.
I like it better than a hydraulic lift as it is easy to move around and stores out of the way.
try it, you'll like it. (And if you want, lay on your back and bench press it to build Muscle) LOL Just Kidding!
I use this on my DR650. Because of the bike's high ground clearance, I set this up on some 4x4's first, then lift from there. It's easy to raise the bike and it stays put. It is a bit wobbly though: The top can rock a little relative to the base, which allows a bike wheel to go up or down a few inches. The higher you go, the greater that effect is. It's not been a problem though. It's a sturdy build and I'm happy with it.