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Motorcycle/ATV Jack - $99.99

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[Canadian Tire] Motorcycle/ATV Jack - $99.99

(Crappy Tire) MotoMaster Motorcycle/ATV Jack, 1500 lbs Originally $159.99

Hot or warm? Did the forum search. Most stores in Toronto and Hamilton Niagara still have stock when I checked. Mixed reviews. Seems like decent lift. Wouldn't use it for the GoldWing though. :razz:
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4 out of 5 stars is bad, or do you mean for the 1 stars reviews they were bad?
I bought one based on the overall rating, the majority of owners seem happy and people generally post negative reviews in abundance when the device is overall bad.
I better go get mine out of the box and try it out. I'll report back. I'll try to keep it updated over time.
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meh.

I bought one a few years ago when it was on sale for $59...but I don't think they go that cheap anymore. I'm pretty sure they will go on sale down to $69 or 79 though...

After 2 years, mine just stopped working. Fortunately, my bike wasn't on it. I have read reviews of people's ATV jacks getting stuck while their bike is in the air...so when I went to use mine after a long period without use, I decided to jack it up, then try to release it all the way down before putting my bike on it. It raised up okay, but then only came down about 1/3 of the way. I've googled if there are any fixes, but it appears that I just have a really large paperweight.
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flightdeck wrote: (Crappy Tire)

Hot or warm? Did the forum search.
Oh yea RFD search knows crappy tire is Canadian tire. Use proper names if you want it to work
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scorown wrote: Oh yea RFD search knows crappy tire is Canadian tire. Use proper names if you want it to work
lol.
For experiment, I tried to search with crappy tire and got 64 results. haha.
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scorown wrote: Oh yea RFD search knows crappy tire is Canadian tire. Use proper names if you want it to work
I didn't search for the retailer, I looked for the item.
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Had an Ex pick one up for her bike. Honda Shadow off Kijji. $50. Never pay more for one as they are usually around at that price.
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Bought the same off Kijiji for $50, works fine for me
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betamaxman wrote: Looks solid enough to me. You think a 2 ton jack won't hold the front of a 500lb motorcycle?
The bike's already on the centre stand. If it's anything like mine, there's maybe 20lbs on that jack
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I have this jack and it works well with my 900lb touring bike..I use ratchet type tiedowns to secure the motorcycles frame onto the jack. I can also move it while its up in the air without any worries once its properly tied down. I picked it up a while back on sale for $79.99
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Have this jack, but unable to use it currently, as the frame of my bike is just as wide as the support arms, meaning, the bike precariously sits right at the edges of the jacks platform... bike clearance is too low to put boards or anything between, trying to get someone to weld extensions onto the platforms.
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