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Motorcycle/ATV Jack

Discussion in 'Servicing & Maintenance' started by pops, Sep 20, 2017.

  1. pops

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    I think it should be fine lifting under the pipes.
     
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    If it were me, I would make wooden chocks, scalloped to fit comfortably under the RS, and then attach them to the device.
    If this lift was available here in Oz, I would probably get it. I don't need it, but I would prefer to sit on my stool and do the work at the bottom of the bike, rather than sit on the concrete floor or a flattened carton. These old bones and joints are not getting any younger. The device also frees up both wheels, which the elevating ramps / tables don't do.
     
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    I have that same lift. Use wood blocks to concentrate weight where you want it and be certain to use security straps. A large bike is pretty precarious once lifted. I bought the jack for bikes, but have found that it is more useful for the myriad equipment we use on the farm. It is the stuff when changing out the blades on my mower decks...
     
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