Lift a dirt bike off the ground for servicing or storage with this steel constructed lift. The hydraulic foot operated pedal raises the bike in seconds and lowering is just as quick with the turn of a knob. At the center of the platform is a void used to drain fluids. Available with or without casters.
The dirt bike lift hoists a motocross bike up in less than 30 seconds. The steel lift features a gripped foot pedal that raises the lift up to 35¼" and lowers the platform with a turn of a knob.
Get a dirt bike up in the air quicker than ever with a steel dirt bike lift. Made from high-strength steel, the dirt bike lift is able to support a MX bike up to 300 lbs for storage or servicing. Steel supports and sturdy feet keep the lift planted when placing the dirt bike on the platform and when lifting. A foot-operated hydraulic pump is attached to a rubber-gripped foot pedal on the motocross lift to allow the user to lift the bike in under 30 seconds. Gently lowering the steel dirt bike lift can be done in even less time with a turn of the bottom release knob. Atop the rubber topped platform measuring 16" long x 13-3/4" wide is a center void that measures 7" x 3" for draining fluids.
With a starting position at only 13-3/4" the dirt bike lift then extends up to 35-1/4" to get the bike at the right level for servicing. To ensure the dirt bike doesn't slide off the motocross lift, steel tie-downs are slid through the holes on the foot pegs, attached to the lift, and the tightening knobs are spun until secure. Ensure the bike lift doesn't loose hydraulic pressure and slam the bike to the ground with four different locking positions. The steel dirt bike lift comes with a one year warranty (rust not included) and is available with or without Casters.
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John from TN wrote (February 05, 2015):
I just received my lift and I was will pleased with the packaging (double boxing), their was very minor assembly required, looks to be well made. My use for this product has nothing to do with "motorcycles", I plan to use it to help install cabinets with the aid of a home made support table that attaches to the platform, this should take the weight off me of those cabinets that are too heavy to lift into position while I attached them to the studs.