HP Tools Lift Stand [obs]

HP Tools Lift Stand [obs]
HP Tools Lift Stand [obs]

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sjadakine Top 500 Contributor

east to assemble and makes life alot easier when working on your bike

motohead15
Great purchase

i really like this stand. it comes in handy with my bike.

Utilikel
Northern Nevada
A decent buy

I bought this stand for my daughter so she wouldn't have to lift her 250f to put it on a stand. Unfortunately she is too light to be able lift the bike with the foot lever. It is easy to assemble but if the inner pipe is not tightened with a pipe wrench the stand will be wobbly.
Overall it is a decent stand and works well to set your bike on but use caution working on the bike while it is on the stand.

WALDRON
HOLIDAY HILLS, IL
NICE AND CHEAP

FOR THE PRICE U CANT BEAT IT. ITS NOT THE MOST STURTY EASY LIFT STAND BUT IT GETS THE JOB DONE!!!! ITS MUCH BETER THAN TRYIN TO LIFT MY HEAVY 250 UP ON THE STAND AFTER AN INTENSE MOTO.

mpl151
Iowa
Excellent purchase

The best stand you will get for the money, adjustable & easy to assembly!

JjimCRF250R
Minnesota
Tool Lift Stand

Works GREAT! WAY easier on the back than the lift stand------Son wants one now!!

SlapHappy
Great Stand

This stand is exactly what it appears to be. It is sturdy and is easy to use and adjust. The price is right and it shipped on time with no damage to packaging or the product itself.

AquaMoto Top 1000 Contributor
Redmond, WA
Not stable, Foot lever to high

First off you still have to lift your bike over the foot lift lever. Then once you get your bike centered and kick it up, its not very stable. Only having three pegs on the ground makes it a little unstable and the pad for the bike is wide side to side and narrow front to back so overall its just does not square up to the bike well. No mater where I place it, my bike would lean to one side or the other. Quality of construction is fine and it was easy to put together.

kl67
Denver, Co
HP Lift Sucks

It binds ~ lifts very hard ~ Do not buy it!

RIDER38X
Good Stand but could be better.

The stand is decent for smaller bikes but struggles with bigger bikes. The weight limit is only 350 pounds so if you have bigger bikes with me this means that sitting on the bike while it is on the stand is out of the question unless you are freakeshly light weight. The average bike weighs between 220-250 so if you are over 100 pounds you are already pushing the limits of this stand. In general it just feels kinda cheap as well. While it works for just popping a bike up quick it doesnt exceed that basic standard so if you are looking for more look elsewhere.

matt12 Top 50 Contributor
Taft, CA
It's an OK stand

It wobbles when lifted, had to spot weld the top pad plate to stop some of the wobble.
The three legs are to short bike will fall and it has more than once.
The lock I had to grind to get it to latch properly.
The stand is OK if you have it on a flat ground, if you have access to modify this stand you can make it better than it is.

Visual419 Top 100 Contributor
Sterling Heights, MI
Great stand, great price!

I've had this stand for almost three years now and it's held up very well. The paint is all still on there, no rust, and I most certainly use this as a bike stand! Good stability along with an easily lifed bike makes for a great stand!

I didn't give 5 stars because the only qualm I have about this stand is that you ALWAYS have to make sure the lock isn't down when you go to lift it. Other stands I've noticed have a self locking mechanism which is pretty slick, but at about double the price, isn't worth it to me.

Rmzracer32
Houma, La
Very poor

this stand was good for about the first three lifts. after that the quality slowly went down. this stand has dropped my 450 many times, half of the time the safety latch never worked. after getting a fmf lift stand a while back i have only used this stand to hold up my modded out 50 because i don't have to lift it up.

rm85Lriderrrrrr Top 500 Contributor
Haverford, PA
Not so good

the stand wobbles at the top ... hard to lift your bike up .. and it makes a terrible screaching sound ... just go with a stand where you lift your bike on2 because you will be dissapointed if you buy this stand.

TheLaw
Average

This stand is okay for the money. If I could go back though i would have saved my money and gotten the FMF Lift Stand. They are more sturdy and durable. This is not a bad stand though for working in the garage but i wouldn't trust this thing at the tack! hope this helps!

HBomb
NY
Horrible quality product

this is by far the worst stand i have ever owned. not only is the build quality horrible but when in the lock position it will just unlock out of no where sometimes and your bike falls over. it is always loose and wobbles like a 60 chevy. don't buy don't buy

MotoSutika
Newport Beach CA
AWESOME STAND

Really so easy to use. really like the ability to use the height adjustments on repairs that I need the bike a lot higher! Easy to use from ground level. I would highly recomend if thinking about buying a stand.

MotoVation
Very good bike stand!!!!

I bought 2 of these stands for my bikes and they hold them perfect!!! They are very stable and lift the bikes easy!!! I have a 03 KTM 200 EXC and 03 Honda CR85R Expert and they work perfect for both bikes!!! I would highly recommend!!! VERY STABLE STANDS

john115
laplata MD
Eh

the stand has been great for me. but it needs to be more sturdy. i was working on my bike today and the whole stand fell over and broke my brake lever due to the stand only having 3 legs. it needs to have 4

wezel
bakersville nc
Its okay

i bought this stand and it was very simple to put together, but the first time i used it the safety latch broke. and when i received it, it was kinda scratched up. but overall it still did what i bought it for and i havent had any problems with it falling over

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smurf00
Location: texas
Q: Would this work for a yz85?
Over 7 years ago
james718
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: This will lift the bike easily. You may have to lift the bike a little to get it on the stands surface.
Skw34
Q: Will this hold a sport quad?
Over 7 years ago
Weight limit not in description.
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
A: These are made to lift dirt bikes, and not atv's.
dvx300rider
Location: johnstown pennsylvania
Q: Will it hold a dvx 300 sport model atv????
Over 7 years ago
i have a dvx 300 sport by artic cat and was wondering about it working
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Por+land
A: That machine may be a little bit too heavy for this stand.
MONSTERKX250F
Q: Sturdiness?
Over 7 years ago
how strudy is compared to the other brands.
john115
Over 7 years ago Location: laplata MD
A: well all the other lift stands i see are 3 legs. its probally the sturdyest out of all of the lift stands but its deffinently not as sturdy as the regular 4 legged stands
Jonhyboi
Location: Richmond Hill, Ga
Q: What's the weight limit for this stand?
Over 8 years ago
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: All the dimensions are listed in the description. This stand will hold any MX bike up to a 450.
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