Heindl Engineering Cruiser Stand
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Heindl Engineering Cruiser Stand• Tested to loads far exceeding that of the heaviest production motorcycle on the market• Features a durable black powder coat finish• Replaceable heavy-duty non-marring frame protector pad• Comfortable cushion grips• Need to lift the front wheel? Simply position the stand toward the front of the bike• Need to lift the rear wheel? Position the stand toward the back of the bike• It is that simple, guaranteed• Rated at 1,000 lbs
jpcarlosbch Posted :
josephmiz Posted :
I looked at other styles of center stands and wanted a heavy duty version for my Vulcan 900. The Cruiser Stand was the best choice!
lost_dutchman Posted :
This is a modern, extra heavy duty version of the venerable old racer's stand. Its good feature is that it doesn't require a troublesome hydraulic jack. Its bad points are that the handle extension is loosely attached and may tend to come loose, there's no stop on the lift bar to keep the bike from slipping off and becoming damaged, and the muscle and reach needed to raise a heavy motorcycle may make it a two-man job for many users. Operated with extreme caution though I prefer this style of jack to the hydraulic versions. Manual lifts like the Cruiser Stand won't strand a bike in the upraised position because a hydraulic jack component unexpectedly fails.
wtmarking Posted :
More reliable, easier to use and store away than a hydraulic lift
cewait Posted :
Simple and easy. much easier than pumping a hydraulic jack to get the same results.
jhhaning Posted :
Excellent design. Easy to lift your bike by yourself. It provides a good platform with the bike setting in an upright position.
thayter Posted :
This product is great! Just a quick twist and I have a wheel off the ground for detailing, or ready for oil changes. It is not as flexible in its use as a hydraulic lift would be but you can't argue with few moving parts.
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