Lifting your snowmobile couldn't be easier than with the Black Ice deluxe snowmobile jack with winch. In three easy steps you can raise your snowmobile up to 28-1/4" high for maintenance or storage. Made from durable heavy duty steel tubing. Innovative hand cranked winch and pulley system makes raising and lowering the snowmobile safe and easy. 700 lb capacity.
Made from durable black powder coated steel tubing
Includes winch and pulley system for effortless lifting
700 lb capacity
Lift snowmobiles 28-1/4" high
Rubber lifting points
Weights 72 lbs
When parked above the snowmobile jack, a hand-powered winch lifts the snowmobile or ATV evenly for maintenance and storage. A hand crank and pulley system eases the lifting process by reducing the amount of effort needed to lift the weight of a snowmobile. With the flip of a switch, the snowmobile stand can be lowered by cranking the winch handle in the opposite direction. Rubber padding runs along the top bars and in the form of end posts to prevent scratches.
The strong steel lift is capable of lifting up to 700 lbs which is enough for most new and old sleds. When resting in the low position, the frame (not including the winch) sits at 6-3/4" tall. When fully raised, the frame stands at 28-1/4" tall, which provides adequate room to work underneath the machine. A foot-operated safety latch holds the lift in the upright position and prevents loosening and failure of the winch. A set of 1-5/8" steel wheels are attached to make maneuvering around the shop much easier. For extra protection, a gloss black powder coating has been added. The Black Ice snowmobile stand includes hardware and a 1 year manufacturers warranty.
This lift is well made and seems likea much better value compared to other lifts I was looking at.
We own four sleds and I do all the work on them and finally decided it was time to stop breaking my back.
The instructions were a little too straightforward and I watched the video to make sure I was assembling it correctly,
especially for routing the winch cable and attaching the "Fail Safe" latch.
I did have to ream out the holes for the "Fail Safe" assembly to mount to the lower rail. The "krinkle" finish is pretty nice too.
The lift rolls around with the sled on it a lot easier than I thought it would.
4 StarsSnowmobile Jack
JK from MN wrote (April 01, 2016):
Works great, got here fast. If the instructions included the photos online, it would be a snap to but together. The ones in the box are very poorly written. Liked it so much I bought two.
Vintage Rider from MI wrote (December 11, 2015):
This works wonderful, not only for working and polishing your sled but also makes a terrific show stand. The winch is not hard to crank up and lowering the sled is controlled with ease. I like it, no more on the ground work.
5 StarsGreat Value Lift
Chet from MI wrote (October 17, 2015):
Easy to assemble. Needed to re-spool the cable( all winch cable when new should be checked and re-spooled). Worked great on first lift, rolls easy with a 350lb sled on it.
4 StarsWorks Great
Corey from WI wrote (April 11, 2015):
Just received this product a couple of weeks ago and its great. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because there wasn't a whole in the frame they forgot a hole so I had to drill a new one in order to assemble it. Otherwise it's a great product.
5 Starssnowmobile lift with winch
Ed from NY wrote (December 17, 2014):
Nicely made, simple to assemble lift's sled smoothly to nice level to work on. Shipping was fast. Very pleased with it. I'm a retired mechanic & think i'm going to mount small 12v winch to make it even easier because I'm over 60yrs.
5 StarsEasy to assemble and operate
Kevin from ND wrote (November 04, 2014):
Easy assembly and winch works fast and simple
5 StarsAwesome Stand!
Jason C. from MN wrote (November 01, 2014):
Got the stand fast shipping, started going together and all well but the instructions are a little poorly put together. the pictures should be more detailed. had to go to this page and go to image gallery to see some things .