Black Widow Cruiser Center Stand - 1,000 lb Capacity

The Black Widow cruiser stand lifts either end of your motorcycle for immediate servicing, maintenance or storage. The 1,000 lb capacity supports Harleys, Yamahas and many other cruiser style bikes. An extra long 45" removable handle provides the needed leverage to jack up your bike in seconds.

  • Lifts cruisers up to 1,000 lbs from flat center frame
  • Sturdy steel construction with powder coat finish
  • 20" wide lift bar wrapped in clear rubber
  • Lift bar adjusts from 7-1/4" to 10" high
  • Extra long 45" removable handle
Originally $39.99
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BW-37
$12.00
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1 Year Warranty

Summary

Lift either end of your cruiser for front/rear wheel service, maintenance and more! The Black Widow Cruiser Center Stand is ideal for most Harley's, cruisers and other bikes with a flat center frame. Extra long handle provides essential leverage for the lifting process.

Detail

The Black Widow Motorcycle Center Jack quickly lifts cruiser style bikes (Harley's, Yamaha's, Kawasaki's and more) from the center frame. Depending on placement, the cruiser stand elevates the front or rear tire (NOT both at the same time) for servicing, maintenance and storage. The lift bar has multiple adjustable positions from 7¼" to 10" high (ground clearance) with an extra wide 20" width and is wrapped in clear rubber protecting your bike against scratches during use. 45" Long steel removable handle provides essential leverage for lifting up the bike and can be used on either side of the lift. Once the motorcycle is elevated remove the handle to clear up space in your work area. The center jack features a 1,000 lb load capacity and a black powder coat finish for performance and longevity. Quickly and easily elevate the front or rear wheel of your cruiser with the Black Widow Motorcycle Center Stand! Includes a one year manufacturer's warranty.

Black Widow Adjustable Center Stand - Depending on placement, lift up the rear or front end of a cruiser style motorcycle
1,000 lbs

Documents

Instruction Manual

Review Summary (Based on 3 Reviews)

Reviews

5 Stars Does just what I need and requires very little effort to lift the bike.

Rob from CA wrote (September 30, 2014):

I was running out of options to lift the rear wheel on my new 2014 Triumph America LT (865 c.c.) for chain maintenance and wheel cleaning. Due to the long exhaust pipes, the fixed panniers (saddle-bags), the low-lying, frame-hugging hydraulic brake lines and the emissions equipment stowed between the frame rails I couldn't find anything to lift the bike that wouldn't squish something under there and that would fit under it. I looked at rear stands, hydraulic lifts, scissor-type jacks, but nothing seemed like it would work in the very limited spaces available (other than a very expensive center stand attached to the bike). Then I came across this simple, inexpensive device. It's low enough (tilted) to fit under my bike and as it only has two points of contact with the bike (one on each frame rail), you can find somewhere to lift from that won't squish anything. I was worried that it might not work with the Triumph large leather panniers that are on my bike, however, with it's 20" cross-bar, it can be positioned so that the lever clears the (wide) bags. It's pretty solid, seems well-made, lifts my bike with very little effort, and I can put the bike up on it single-handed.

5 Stars cruiser stand

Donald Gould from FL wrote (September 29, 2014):

Best money I have spent on equipment. Price was low and 5 minutes after I opened the box my Triumph America was airborne. Safe and easy to use. Very good quality. I could not be more pleased.

5 Stars Black Widow Lift

Dave from LA wrote (September 28, 2014):

This lift works exactly as advertised and is well worth the money. I have a regular roll-around lift but it limits access to underneath the bike. I used the Black Widow Lift on my lowered '09 Ultra to do an oil change and it worked perfectly. I recommend having one person hold the bike upright and the other use the lift, though. It's a bit tricky trying to do it alone, especially when removing the lift.