Best Motorcycle Lifts: Make Bike Maintenance a Snap
Bike maintenance is simple to do with these top motorcycle lifts
This lift extends up to 14 inches high and is easily hand-operated with a 7/8-inch socket or wrench. It has a heavy-duty steel frame and a rubber padding on the platform.
This lift is easy to use and is very sturdy and durable. It features a nice, wide platform and smooth operating jack.
It's not suited for heavy bikes. While it's rated for 1,000 pounds, it works best on smaller, lighter bikes because it may collapse. The jack may also be defective.
This scissor-lift jack has a lift range of 3-3/4 inches to 13-2/5 inches and is made of heavy-duty steel. It's also oil-, grease-, and dirt-resistant.
This jack is well-made, strong and sturdy. It lifts up smoothly, and the bike stays balanced while you're working on it.
The threads can strip over a short period of use. The jack may flex, and the jackscrew can break. Also, raising and lowering it with heavyweight can be difficult.
It's made of steel with a black powder coating. It has a lift range of 3-3/4 inches to 16-1/4 inches with removable adapters to adjust height an additional 2 to 3-1/4 inches.
This jack is easy to use, reasonably priced, and its function is spot on. It's good quality and features thick gauge metal.
You may need to modify it because the jack may not fit under the bike without removing the sliding support brackets. The surface is also slippery, and your bike may slide on it.