I'm looking for a new jack. Not sure if I want a jack or lift table. Primary use will be general maintenance, service, and maybe cleaning. I'm a novice mechanic but always learning to do more. Help me!!!!
I've had a aluminum Craftsman jack for 10 years now with no problems. Recently got a harbor freight table lift I like it not much use yet to give a good review. I will say you have to put a better wheel chalk on this lift. What it comes with is crap.
Been using a Harbor Freight table lift for a few years now. As stated, change out the wheel chock. I welded together some frames that are removable from the table and topped them with plywood so I can ride my bikes right up onto the lift
Been using a $100 Larin for 15 year without fail. Does everything I needed it to do. A buddy just bought a Pitbull lift. Its a nice jack and a much stouter jack than mine, but also cost a good bit more. In the end, they both do the same thing.
I used the red craftsman jack for several years without any problems. I did however buy the harbor freight lift table a couple of years ago and that's been great. I use that for everything. Comes in handy for a work bench when the bike isn't on it
I like my Larin lift for general maintenance and service. Helps to get the wheels off the ground or even just to support a bike upright. For building or major surgery I use my HF table. You can get the work right up in front of you and use the top as a work surface for tools and parts.
I've been using a Direct Lift table lift for 15 years. Without a doubt, one of the most stable lifts on the market. Very professional and works flawlessly. I do all my own maintenance and engine mods. Cant' imagine not have a table for this. I also have the center sicker jack to lift the back tire up on the table. I also use that for cleaning the bike in the driveway. It will lift the whole bike making it easy for washing front and bike wheels. It is the heavy duty professional sicker from Eastern Performance.
I have the red craftsman jack. it was on sale when I bought it. It works great, hiowever I have two complaints. 1) when stepping on the lever to let the jack down its very touchy and comes down WAY to fast and is very bouncy if your let off a little to slow it down. 2) it does not roll under my bike when its on the jiffy stand I have to stand the bike up and hold it with one hand and move the jack under with the other. I dont know what type of jack my friend has but his rolls right under my RG. and no my bike is not lowered. I would like either a J&S or a table but could not afford either at the time I bought this.
I’m asking for recommendations for OEM/Aftermarket tour pack for a 2020 road glide. Matching paint, full back rest, speakers, luggage rack, quick release hardware. Any suggestions on good brands covering all the listed. Is any aftermarket ones the same or better than Harley. Thank you in advance.
can anyone verify if the plugs on the speedo/tach on a 2011 is the same on a 2014 lookin to upgrade my gauges.
before anyone says it or ask i don't want digital, there's nothing wrong with my current gauges. i jus really like the black face cvo speedo/tach gauges and the price isn't bad at all...
So what’s the consensus on the plastic, snap on wind deflectors that mount to the crash bar and tank bolts? Do you all find that they calm down turbulence? Anyone think that they could increase engine heat a little bit?
Greetings everybody. This is my first post from Troutdale, Oregon. I have a 2015 RG CVO ultra
The dealership installed the new software 18.104.22.168 on my bike. I had all the old software revs on a thumb drive- which was apparently repurposed for my kid's high school projects. The old rev I had...
I’ve heard that there is no difference in the 4pt mount and that a 2014 tour pac is 100% compatible with the 2013 Road glide. My local dealer ordered a 13 for me and would not commit to an answer to this question. Any thoughts from my RG brothers and sisters on this? Has anyone done it...
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