Some jobs call for both wheels off the ground to get the work done. Easier said than done, unless you’ve got a motorcycle jack that lifts hundreds of pounds of machine with ease. J&P Cycles stocks plenty of these motorcycle jacks and using a scissor-type one is easy as can be. This will let you remove wheels, lube chains, address steering head bearings and address all manner of sprung and unsprung weight. Not convinced yet? Then let’s dive right into which one of our offerings is going to be the next addition to your shop.
Motorcycle jack usage: The right way to lift your bike
Some jobs seem impossible until the right tool comes into play. We’d certainly nominate the best motorcycle jacks as a must-have if you want to take matters into your own hands at home. Getting the wheels off your bike is a breeze with a jack and Common Tread has also published quite a few informative tutorials on how to accomplish this. We know that bike types and exhaust routing will vary so there are also a few different motorcycle center jack designs to call upon. Dirt bikes or those with a underslung bash guard can get away with a flat surface from scissor-style jacks. A Harley-Davidson bike jack, as just one example, may be able to utilize frame rail adaptors to lift the load.
We hope it’s clear that this will be a case-by-case basis, but a motorcycle jack makes a job for He-Man possible for everyone. Questions about getting the right one for your needs? Simply call us at 1-800-318-4823 or click here for Customer Service.