Rated 1 out of 5 by employeeBiff Garbage
I spent an hour putting it together just to lift my motorcycle of the ground to crash back down when I released a little pressure out and then it took me 10 minutes of screwing with it to get it back up to assess the damage to my rear fender. not a happy camper, so I returned it. I'll go to Harbor Freight next time
September 26, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Triumphrider Poor Quality/Almost lost my motorcycle on it
This is a HUGE piece of garbage.
Super poor quality like a child's toy.
The lift got stuck while it was 6 inches off the ground.
Had to call for help.
Almost tipped my 10K dollar triumph off of it.
DON'T BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!!
July 24, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rmj08010 Poor quality
Poorly made. Had to bleed jack five times to remove air. Still lifts intermittently. Reluctant to put my full dresser on it.
June 21, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by CeeS Motorcycle Jack
The only hiccup was during assembly. The bolt holes in the actual hydraulic jack assy didn't line up with the holes in the jack frame. Had to mill the holes out in order to get it to fit and bolt down.
Careful with this jack is key! It works well for jacking up the bike, no complaints there but be careful letting your bike back down. The release is quick, better have a good grip on the bike!
June 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Slimgoody This motorcycle jack is a very good works great
I would buy this jack again
May 27, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by cliffhanger7 does not roll easy. feels stuck and heavy.not well designed
aside from being bulky, it is extremely hard to move when loaded with a bike. mine was a BMW weighing about 500 lbs. I could not move it. the wheels seems stuck.
April 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Antispark A great addition to my garage
The motorcycle stand was a perfect addition to my garage. Very easy to move the bike from one end to the other and tuck it away.
January 16, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bullwinkle Good for the money, I think
I bought this b/c my brother has it for his Superglide and recommended it. He's done more with his than I have. It's a bit high at lowest so you have to stand the bike up to get under it, which is a bit nerve wracking and to be safe would be a 2 man job. I have a Fatboy Lo but same with the Superglide. The bike will tilt forward and back but side-to-side is pretty steady. I don't see a way to avoid the front-back tilt with any lift of this kind. Bro says he'll pivot his bike in the garage to avoid the Austin Powers turns, but it seems a bit unstable to me for that (not the lift, the bike sitting on the lift). Solid construction. I don't have experience with any other lifts so perhaps all that is normal, but I'll still be doing my oil changes on the ground. The lowering pedal seems to be all-in or not at all, so the bike falls fast, The locking arm on mine only really engages on one side but I haven't had the lift lower by itself at all, which was one comment I saw. This let me work on the front wheel, which is all I've done so far, but the front-back tilt had me nervous.
July 18, 2014