ihringert said:I like mine but I have nothing to compare it with. I think you will find many on this forum agree it is one of the better ones for the v-rod. The only negative is I must hold the bike upright in order so slip it under the frame. Very tight fit.
Its not a problem, its a feature! :laugh:Max said:The good thing about that is the jack can be down all the way and the bike still would not turn over even if the stand were left up
thats it i'm through helpin! :chair: I SAY WE LET HIM FIND OUT THE HARD WAY! :diablo:purevenom said:OK Guys! I feel like a Total Dip Shi% here. I got the Jack open and I put it together and I was going to give it a try and I realized I didn't even know the obvious.
MY question: Just exactly where do I place the jack under the Bike so as not to put the stress in the wrong area. It is very close under there so is there a trick to getting the V-rod up on he sears jack. I think I may have to roll the bike up on to something to get it high enough to get the jack under it. Also where do I place the jacl under the bikes frame?
Any of yuou guys still have enough patience left to help the rockie.
Super Kaz said:on my bike "lowered and 240 rear" I always need a custom wedged 2x4 I made thats 2ft long.It works perfect.I ride right up sitting on the bike I role the jack under the bike.jack it up with my left foot.Jack is on my left.Enough pumps to get the wheels off the ground and I get off.It looks pretty cool when it's done,and is very easy once you learn how. :kaz: