Hydraulic Motorcycle Jack

Full demonstration &#959f m&#1091 0.00 hydraulic dirt bike Jack.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 Comments

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 7:05 | Permalink

    For all the Aussies watching you can pick these up from Super Cheap Auto
    stores, they call it an ATV lift. Picked mine up on special for nearly $100

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 7:50 | Permalink

    Thanks for the vid…I got one of these for Christmas…and didnt know
    exactly how to use it.fantastic recommend

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 8:08 | Permalink

    Hiya mate, looks like a nice bit o’ kit and like the bike! When you’re
    jacking it up, how do you know where to place the jack, in regards to closer
    to front or back of the bike? Is it just best guess for the center of the
    thing or is there a trick to make sure you’ve got in dead center? Thanks
    mate! Ride safe!

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 8:21 | Permalink

    Hey there,

    Do you reckon this jack is excellent for long time storage? I mean 6 months or
    more.

    THanks!

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 9:09 | Permalink

    super

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 9:27 | Permalink

    Wow that ujoey is a right tool. Looks like it does the job just fine to me,
    may invest in one myself! 

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 9:45 | Permalink

    Nice. I was unsure how to use it, since I just got it and now I know.
    Thanks

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 10:18 | Permalink

    thanks for allotment Mate

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 10:54 | Permalink

    got a mini heart hit when I saw you lifting your bike up without the
    protection lip down XD

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 11:25 | Permalink

    Excellent one!

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 12:08 | Permalink

    Thanks for posting this. I have been riding and wrenching for a while now
    but never had a jack. Bought one tonight so hopefully my first job (rear
    shocks on my Vulcan Classic 1500) go smooth. Glad to see you are riding
    with a gremlin bell too.

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 12:36 | Permalink

    Hi mark, here is a fantastic tip, after jacking up bike place a bottle jack
    under each foot peg, then no way it will fall, my mechanic mate does this
    every time, thanks for clip

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 13:02 | Permalink

    Hi tthank U for the vid. Do you reckon that jack stand is safe enough for
    working with the bike while it´s standing up there?

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 13:20 | Permalink

    Can it be wheeled nearly once it’s on the jack?

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 13:52 | Permalink

    Quiero uno de estos!!!

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 14:01 | Permalink

    I dread for your bike just by watching you jack it up

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 14:21 | Permalink

    Hydraulic Dirt bike Jack
    Full demonstration of my $150.00 hydraulic dirt bike Jack.

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 15:03 | Permalink

    I bought the same jack at a store called Canadian tire. It was on sale for
    $49.99. I jack a boulevard C90T. Like you said, the trick is finding the
    sweet spot, so that the bike is balanced.

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 15:34 | Permalink

    G’Day Dan, Fantastic to hear mate! Cheers… Mark

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 16:02 | Permalink

    Yeah your right about that! I let the man at the tyre shop do that! :-)
    Cheers… Mark

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 16:18 | Permalink

    G’Day mate, thanks and that is exactly what I reckon. Cheers… Mark

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 16:51 | Permalink

    G’Day mate, WOW that’s a fantastic price… excellent onya! Cheers… Mark

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 17:31 | Permalink

    Thanks mate! Cheers… Mark

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 18:00 | Permalink

    That doesn’t look stable enough to endure my work induced temper tantrums.

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    Posted 03/17/2015 at 18:51 | Permalink

    Thanks mate! Yes you can wheel the bike nearly on it, you just need a
    honestly smooth floor and just be careful if the bike is not strapped to the
    jack. The wheels work fine under the wieght. Cheers… Mark