|Item Weight||29.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 11 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||BW-1604A|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BW-1604A|
|Cover Included||Black Widow Motorcycle Scissor Jack|
|Vehicle Service Type||street-sport-motorcycles|
Black Widow BW-1604A Motorcycle Jack
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- Center lift for motorcycles, allows service access for maintenance
- Maximum 1,100 lb. capacity
- Raises and lowers with a 7/8" socket or wrench
- Rubber padded platform
- Steel Construction with a black paint finish
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Black Widow Motorcycle Scissor Jack is a center lift for motorcycles, allowing service access for easy maintenance. Features a maximum 1,100 lb. capacity and raises/lowers a motorcycle with a 7/8" socket or wrench. Includes a rubber padded platform to protect motorcycle undercarriage during lifting and storage. Made with all steel construction, finished in a smooth black.
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I have been using it for a few days now, and done about 5 or 6 different lifts with it.
First thing the instructions tell you to do is ad grease to the lift screw and the joints. The grease helps a lot, the first lift I did was without grease.
It is very stable so far. I have jacked it all the way up and then shook it from side to side, with enough force that if it had been on the kickstand I think it would have flipped, with significant force that it should have fallen over but it barely moved. The stand did not sway at all. The bike moved a little but did not come even close to attempting to fall over.
When closed it is compact enough that it takes up no room at all. It is about 3.5 inches tall and 9 inches wide and 15 inches long. Sits nicely on the bottom shelf of my supply shelves.
All in all this so far is a great jack, my bike has been sitting in the air since yesterday with no straps holding it.
I would recommend it to anyone I know. Wish I had bought the Dolly that goes with it.
After 2 weeks of use.
Found interesting Flaw in product, but not a catastrophic one. When I tested it at 15 inches up it almost did not move at all side to side.
But when I was working on the rear of the bike I found that the Harley would sway 2+ inches front to rear of the bike or for the lift that would be side to side. The jack still seems heavy enough that it will not collapse.
Also found that adding grease to the pivot points as well as the scissor screw lets me use my cordless drill to lift and lower the platform.
All I wish is that it had some sort of rubber like grip material on the bottom.
I'll come up with something.