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Drag Specialties Center Jack

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Brand Drag Specialties
Price $149.95
Stand Type Center
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Drag Specialties Center Jack
      -Sturdy, yet affordable scissor jack for lifting motorcycles for service or cleaning
      -Large footprint makes the jack stable; no extra side feet preventing the use of a second jack in close proximity
      -Strong enough to lift an entire vehicle by itself; also ideal for lifting the front of the vehicle, the rear of the vehicle, or as a second        jack to lift entire vehicle
      -Durable rubber top pad protects the vehicle and prevents slipping when raising or lowering the jack
      -Heat-treated hex drive turns robust worm gear for precise height adjustment
      -Lowered height: 3-1/2"; maximum raised height: 14-1/2"
      -Jack width: 15-1/4"; jack length: 9"
      -Capacity: 1000 lb.

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By blades4173

from Waikoloa, Hawaii

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  • Fits Under Low Riders Too
  • Heavy duty construction


  • No handle included

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    Comments about Drag Specialties Center Jack:

    Most lifts are for dirt bike's or ATV's with 6" plus ground clearance. This easily fits under my Honda Shadow street bike. Heavy duty construction so I have no concerns about it supporting the full weight of my bike. Heavy and on level surface, it won't move unless you exert a lot of force to move it. Because its heavy, wish it had a handle or bars to grab onto, to help you to lift it off the ground or move it. Also, doesn't have a "crank" to raise or lower it. Instructions say to use a wrench (Socket wrench must be larger than 1"). But its money well spent for what you get.

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    • Q:

      Can this be used for a 2003 Goldwing? I need a safe way to lift this bike.

      Asked on 9/14/2012 by doug from dallas texas

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        Thank you for your question. Yes, the GL1800 is about 800 lbs. The jack can safely lift 1,000 lbs. The bike is near the weight limit of the jack, but should still be fine. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at Sales@bikebandit.com, Live Chat or by phone toll free at 888-339-3888. We are more than happy to help.

        Answered on 9/14/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      Will this lift work on a 1982 Suzuki GL1100? Are there others like this with a low cost that will work also.
      Asked on 8/19/2012 by Paul

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        Thank you for your question. Yes this product is very sturdy. Personally have used this product to pick up large HD baggers with no problems.

        Answered on 8/20/2012 by Anonymous
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    Specifications and Options

    Brand Drag Specialties
    Stand Type Center