Works well, not the most sturdy of stands, but for a pump stand it is good quality at the price. If your looking for a pump stand that is not 300 bucks, this is a good value.
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Received a return item. The bagged item was ripped open and spilled out in the box. Some washers were missing. But still. Nice product
I have tried them all, and this is the winner.
I now have three of them.
The first one is over 4 years old, which is much longer than the other (6) lifts I have tried over the last 11 years....
Lifts higher, stays flatter, doesn't need constant adjustments.
Allows me to get both wheels off the ground for cleaning or working.
Easy to use, works great.
Was looking for simple stand. Found this one and love it. Just slide it under bike and step down on the handle. No more picking the bike up on the stand.
This lift stand is well built and easy to assemble. the price is very reasonable. The top of the stand is very slippery and the dirt bike has a tendency to slide off.
great stand, good price and quality, both wheels off th floor and comes with a hole for a safety pin but the pin is not included,
i ordered a bike stand and it was the best thing i ever bought is so easy to put my yamaha 250 on it and i'm smaller so its a life saver
Stand was easily assembled and is a good stand for the price
This stand seems to be very well constructed and simple in design. Price seems to be okay. I ride a Honda crf250l at stock height. The stand sits too high to slide under my bike but with a little bit of forceful persuasion I am able to get it under. The main problem comes next. Once the bike is on the stand and ready to be lifted you may want to think about creating your own cheater bar because it is not simply going to be lifted by a single person. It is next to impossible to raise the bike while it's on the stand by hand or foot. And once it is up the only way back down is going to end up slamming the bike down pretty hard.
My son moved up to a 250f for 2017. The bike is huge compared to his 100. This stand makes his life a bit easier after a hard moto. Great product
I purchased this stand to use on a FS450 which is a supermoto. That means that the bike is typically a lot lower than the standard dirt bike. That caused some issues because, although the stand would fit under the bike, the arm to lift the bike didn't move much before engaging with the frame of the bike. That meant to lift the bike, the arm is very close to vertical and hard to push down to lift the bike. Luckily the stand is very well constructed and I was able to modify the stand (think cutting wheel and welder) to work for my application. It is a very nice stand for the conventional dirtbike, I accept that my application is not the primary market for these stands.
Stand does what's advertised and is good quality for the price. I have a KTM 300 XC-W and the stand works great. Good all-around stand for the garage or track.
Good product for the price. Works just fine on my KX450F. It is solid but could be a little more sturdy and the release could also be a little better. Would buy again.
Great stand. Not having any problems.
Easy to assemble and easier to use.
I bought this to life a Honda CRF. I am about 175 lbs myself, and can barely lift the bike... sometimes. Just not enough leverage there, even with my two feet on the lever. I would say keep shopping for something better.
Platform and base are both big enough. Very happy with the stands
price is right, does the job, but had to jury rigg a manufacturing defect. one of the mounting bars was welded in an angle that required an additional 3mm spacer to get proper foot bar fit. easy fix, bigger hassle to pack up and return. i have to think i just got a bad stand (i bought two, the other one was fine).
all foot activated lift stands "wobble" a bit compared to a fixed stand and this one is no different. if looking to lessen the hassle of lifting your bike in the garage, this stand does the job.