Easily service your motorcycle or ATV with the 1,500 lb capacity motorcycle jack by Black Widow. Save wear and tear on your back and knees with this foot operated hydraulic jack. The motorcycle lift ranges 5-1/4" to 15-3/4" high to accommodate just about any motorcycle or ATV on the market. Numerous safety features are built in to this jack to ensure your safety and the safety of your bike while it's being serviced. Rubber pads on lift pads protect the frame of your bike as it's elevated.
1,500 lb lifting capacity suitable for most motorcycles and ATVs
Raises bikes 6" to 15-1/2" off the ground
Easy hydraulic foot pedal action to raise jack
Quick release pedal for lowering bike
Three position safety lock for added safety
Integrated tie down strap loops; ratchet straps included
Jack handle and swivel casters on real wheels to easily move jack
12" x 2-1/2" non-slip rubber pads on lift saddle protect bike
Removable jack handle and low 5-1/8" collapsed profile for easy storage
The heavy duty Black Widow motorcycle jacks have a 1,500 lb lift capacity. The motorcycle lift ranges from 5-1/4" to 15-3/4" high to accommodate just about any motorcycle or ATV on the market. Jacks make it easier to service your motorcycle or ATV and saves wear on your back and knees.
The all new Black Widow motorcycle & ATV combo motorcycle jacks make it easy to service and clean your motorcycle or ATV by lifting it up off the ground. These high quality motorcycle jacks have a 1,500 lb lifting capacity so they can handle even the largest of machines. The motorcycle lift height range is 6" to 15-1/2" high. It has four integrated tie down strap loops for securing the bike to the cycle jack (ratchet straps included). These motorcycle jacks come standard with 12" x 2-1/2" rubber protective pads on the lift arms to protect the frame and keep the motorcycle from sliding around. A spring assisted hydraulic foot pedal with non-skid rubber padding lets you keep two hands to hold the motorcycle or ATV while lifting. No more bending down to work on or clean your motorcycle.
The rear caster wheels have ball bearing swivels to roll around the garage when working on the motorcycle or ATV. The removable jack handle makes it easy to move the motorcycle lift around the shop. Safety lock arms with three lock positions keep the ATV-motorcycle jack from lowering for added safety. Each discount motorcycle jack comes with a one year warranty. If you own a bike and do not have a motorcycle jack, we invite you to see how easy cleaning and maintenance can be on a machine when you are not bending over to reach bolts, the drive chain, or areas of grime when cleaning your bike.
Our introductory discount sale price on this product is only available for a limited time while we launch this new product line, so act now. We know you will have a hard time finding a better quality motorcycle jack at a better price anywhere!
*Note: Some images & instructions show locking casters. The new style does not include locking casters.
5-1/4" to 15-3/4"H
10-1/8", 13-5/8", 15-3/4"
Hydraulic foot pedal
Easier to service & clean your motorcycle or ATV, saves your knees & back!
1,500 lb lifting weight capacity
Ratcheting straps included
One year warranty
Motorcycle lifting range is 6" to 15-1/2" high
Integrated tie down strap loops on jack (ratchet straps included)
Removable jack handle makes it easy to move lift around shop
Rubber padded foot pedal allows user to keep two hands on bike without bending over
Rear caster wheels equipped with ball bearing swivels
Safety lock arms have three lock positions for added safety
Removable handle moves motorcycle jack around shop
12" x 2-1/2" protective non-slip rubber pads on lift saddle protect motorcycle frame
The lift required minimal assembly out of the box. I have a Kawasaki 1700 Nomad which weighs about 900 lbs, well within the claim of1500 lbs lifting capacity. However, on the down side, I didn't notice the 12" length specification on the pads that support the frame when I ordered the lift and the Kawasaki's frame is 13". This could have been disastrous if I hadn't triple checked the position when first attempting to lift my motorcycle. I checked with customer service and their only recommendation was to return the product. Instead, I found a piece of 3/4" plywood about 15"x15" and placed it between the lift and the motorcycle. Once the motorcycle was on the lift, it was quit stable due to sturdy design and construction. Since the overall design and construction seems to work well once the short support issue was worked around, I will fabricate a metal plate instead of plywood to extend the supports to fit my frame. This will cost less than the shipping charges I would pay for the return and I end up with a pr