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Author Topic: Harbor freight motorcycle steel jack  (Read 65 times)

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Offline XC204

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Harbor freight motorcycle steel jack
« on: November 16, 2020, 04:29:28 am »
I just got a harbor freight steel motorcycle jack for $79 it let me get my CB 500 roller frame off of the black and Decker workmate stand that it has been residing in for a while. Going to put the motor in soon and needed to have the frame movable. So to make a long story short... The day after I got the HF jack I was in Ace hardware and saw the very same jack but Craftsman brand for $129 ! It was the same except for box art and stickers on the jack! I had just finished putting mine together so it was fresh in my mind.
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Offline WhyNot2

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Re: Harbor freight motorcycle steel jack
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2020, 02:48:49 pm »
Yea, I got the craftsman one only cause it was bought as a Christmas gift for me.

Rubber cushions broke off after 2nd use of it. Guess they're all cheap as sh1t.

I'm planning on going for the bike lift table now from HF. I don't do much maint on bikes, cause apparently I don't know what I'm doing.

2 sohc 4s and neither run, one single runs but not tagged, and 2 twins spread out thru the shed, garage, and house.

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