Bike jack

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Im looking for a good bike stand (preferably a jack type not a milkcrate stand).Does anyone know a good stand that is nice and cheap?It has to be able to hold up my 230.
 
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I would like to know this one also. Looking for something to store my CR250 on for ~$50 or less.

Thanks,

Chris
 

Steve St.Laurent

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Go to the big auction site and search on 330145212468 . I have one just like that and it works fine. I use it on my CR250's
 

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I have an FMF lift stand, it works great. I think it was about 70 bucks though.
 
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the craftsman jacks work great. I have one I use for my Sportsman 500, cr250, rm125, banshee, and my brother even jacked up the rear end of his jeep with it and it holds up fine. it also has a pretty cool design where it takes the pressure off the jack when sitting for long periods of time.
 
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D!rtbag said:
I saw them but i looked at the reviews, they said u couldnt find replacement parts for it anywhere! But is it a good jack? (besides for the price)?

Yea i never had an issue. Plus it is build out of steel, suckers weight is like a bike alone.. Not much to go wrong with.. You can always get bolts or make a piece of steel. Plus i believe it uses just a standard jack too.

Also dirtbikes and atv's are no problem. With Streetbikes you have to think.. Normally i remove my fairings and my exhaust on my CBRs that jack it up. Just cause that stuff is just in the way. I have jacked it up under the header with no issue to change a tire also.
It comes with a set of tie towns and places to mount them on the stand to help support the bike too.

Just looked over this and NO i don't work for craftsman. :laugh: