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1,000 lb Hydraulic Motorcycle Lift

On Sale: Dec 16 2014 - Dec 28 2014

  • Price:
    $599.99
  • Discount:
    - $150.00
  • Sale Price:
    $449.99

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Overview
Operates using compressed air or built-in manual hydraulic lift

Feature(s)
  • Operates using compressed air or built-in manual hydraulic lift with foot pump. 25-1/2 in. long ramp.  

 
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  • Heather

Bought for the workshop and is excellent value for the dollar. Even better if you buy it on sale!! Use it on several bikes and 1 trike we own...makes repair a little less back breaking!!

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  • Harry Nicholson

I bought this unit 2 days ago (July 10/2013) & I am super impressed! So far I have serviced a ride-on mower, a push gas mower, & my 2012 Yamaha FJR1300. The bike is heavy (650 pounds) & the hoist lifted it easily & is very stable to work on. When I was finished, the bike lowered very smoothly.

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  • Midnite Star

Just bought this unit last week, Sept 2010. It has a great painted surface which has the quality of a powder coat. The air-hydraulic works smooth and steady. The release to lower the unit is smooth and predictable. I haven't even tried the manual version yet! I built-up side ramps with 2x10 lumber up to 8 inches tall and drive my ATV ride up the sides of it.

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  • STEVE

Use this hoist daily for everything from log splitter service to lawn mower maintenance. Works great. No more kneeling or sitting on the floor to do service on equipment. Never had a motorcycle on it yet. This is good all round service hoist for almost anything

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  • denis

va bien mais la force est limite pour mon honda goldwing, mais bonne construction et barre de sécuritécomprise.

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  • NewfOne

Purchased this lift when it was on sale. New from other reviews that the wheel vise wasn't the best. Tried my bike in it, didn't like how it was held by the small wheel vise Found a shop quality wheel vise on E-bay, for $105, bolted it on and presto!!! Amazing lift In the first month, I had an assortment of bikes in it, all worked well.

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  • Trendsetter46

Excellent value, poor tire holder, but given the price, well worth the cost. Use mine almost daily for everything from working on motorcycle to fixing my air compressor. Great to be off the floor working at a good accessible height. Thanks PA for having this value in your stores.

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  • Rev

Can't go wrong with this unit especially on sale at $499. It lifts my Kawasaki ZX14 and Suzuki Gladius easily. I'd rate it 5 stars if the clamp was a better design but it's replaceable and not hard to find.

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  • Midnite Star

HOIST WORKS GOOD BUT THE TIRE VISE NEEDS TO HAVE A PIECE ON AN ANGLE TO HOLD THE FRONT WHEEL BETTER. THE HOIST IS CRATED WHICH IS GOOD. NO DAMAGE TO THE HOIST AND THE PAINT IS GOOD ALSO ON THE WHOLE UNIT EVERYTHING WORKS RIGHT OUT OF THE CRATE.

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Here are some Questions we've received for this item:

Sean

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What size of compressor will work on this, the last question about this refers to rubber boots

PA_Support_EB

December 12, 2014

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The operating pressure is 110 to 125 PSI.

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Sean

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Does his have a lock (when up) on heights or will the air hold the ramp up?

PA_Support_EP

December 13, 2014

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Hello, this is the information that we found for you: OPERATION 1. Position the lift in a suitable area, checking that the surface on which the lift will stand is solid and flat. 2. Turn the adjusting screw (18) down to raise the castors off the ground to prevent the lift from moving. 3. Wheel the motorcycle up the leading plate and onto the platform. NOTE: There is a choice of mounting holes for the vice to cater to various sizes of motorcycle. 4. Clamp the front wheel in the vice to prevent any movement of the motorcycle. 5. Strap the motorcycle securely to the platform. 6. Connect the air inlet fitting into the air supply hose lock fitting, then turn on the air valve to raise the unit. When an air source is not available, pump the lift foot pedal (11) to raise the lift. 7. When the platform has been raised to the working height, turn off the air valve (or stop pumping) and pass the locking bar (22) through the holes in the front lifting arm (38) so that the lift cannot be inadvertently lowered

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Stephane

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Can side extentions be added to fit an ATV?

PA_Support_EP

October 27, 2014

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We do not recommend you modify this lift, as it will void the warranty and may not be safe.

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Andrew

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How high does the table lift the bike off of the ground? Would it be able to lift the bike up and make it so the bike could be rolled onto a truck?

PA_Support_MH

June 18, 2014

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The max lift is 29 1/2" .

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Glen

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Two questions: 1) can the ramp be removed ? 2) is the length of 86.5" with or without ramp ?

Kc

January 09, 2014

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The length of 86.5 is without the ramp, the ramp would add another 25-1/2". The ramp is only held on by 2 bolts and can easily be removed and installed.

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