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Thread: Wanted: Motorcycle jack

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    Default Wanted: Motorcycle jack

    I'm looking to see if anyone has a motorcycle jack they are wanting to sell. The kind for cruiser style bikes.

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    I have one I'd like to sell. It had the 2 platforms with rubber strips on it.
    Hydrolic of course. Used maybe 5 times, and it's tucked away neatly under my goat.

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    Best ones around... I helped my bud's wife get him a J&S, its AWESOME!

    http://www.jsjacks.com/

    http://www.pitbullmotorcyclelifts.com/
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    I know Pitbulls are cats ass and i am sure the other ones are also great... but how about these?

    Anyone have experience with them... a little more "recession" friendly...

    http://auto.sears.com/Product.htm?ca...ductId=2020557
    Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy Sh*t... WHAT A RIDE!"


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    That's basically what I have. I was gonna ask $40. It's red and like new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Kinger View Post
    I have one I'd like to sell. It had the 2 platforms with rubber strips on it.
    Hydrolic of course. Used maybe 5 times, and it's tucked away neatly under my goat.
    Can you measure the lowered height of it for me when you get a chance?

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    Well I have the sears alum jack...



    But honestly, it sucks. Wobbly as shit with the chop and not that great with other bikes.

    Bob, bring your bike over... you can try my sears, then we will try the neighbors J&S. You can be an educated buyer.
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    It would be 4 and 3/8 inches where you would be rolling it under the bike, where the pads are. It picked my vmax up just fine, of course I had cut an adapter to grab the bike at different areas. I'll have to take a pic for ya.
    Last edited by B-Kinger; 04-21-2009 at 10:46 PM.

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    The sears alum one goes down to 4" or is it 3.5"... hmmm can't remember... look it up
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    Well Bob, did ya find somethin?

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