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Hi all. What are you using to lift your Street?
I have a Craftsman Pro Alloy jack. Purchased when I had the majesty. It kinda worked on that bike. I could lift the front wheel while on the center stand. Just tried it yesterday. Without the extenders. Was able to lift the entire 750. So I could wash the wheels. The only thing is, it just reached both frame rails. With little room to spare. I would have preferred if it was another 1" or so longer.


This is what I have: http://www.sears.com/craftsman-professional-1500-lb-motorcycle-atv-jack/p-00950191000P?prdNo=2&blockNo=2&blockType=G2
 

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It looks good for the job we use a cheap harbor freight one here at work for the detailers, short of buying a lift you can roll your bike onto tha t one should be ok.
 

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I had one years ago.
I paid about $100 for it.
rarely used it and was not enough convenient room in the garage to store it of the house I lived in at that time, so I gave it to a friend when I moved.


for me it made getting to the oil drain plug a bit more difficult.
but for being able to spin the wheels to clean them it was great.


I'd love to have the bike lift like the dealers use :)
 

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I had one years ago.
I paid about $100 for it.
rarely used it and was not enough convenient room in the garage to store it of the house I lived in at that time, so I gave it to a friend when I moved.


for me it made getting to the oil drain plug a bit more difficult.
but for being able to spin the wheels to clean them it was great.


I'd love to have the bike lift like the dealers use :)

Those take up ALOT of space. And are Expensive. Unless you want to live dangerously. And buy one from HF. Not sure if I would Trust a jack from HF.
 
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