All Bikers Need A Center Jack

We doesn’t need, at least, to lift, service or clean a motorcycle? And if you tinker with yours or build one in your garage you cam’t do serious work without a scissor jack. This new one from Drag Specialties is sturdy, with a large footprint design making it stable yet strong enough to lift an entire motorcycle and quite affordable. The scissor jack features a durable rubber top pad protecting the motorcycle and preventing risk of slipping when raising or lowering the jack. The heat-treated hex drive turns robust worm gear for precise height adjustment.

The lowered height is 3 1/2″ with a maximum raised height of 14 1/2″. The narrow center jack is 15″ long, 5″ wide with a total capacity is 1,000 lb. The suggested retail price is $139.95. At your Drag Specialties Dealer.

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12 Responses to “All Bikers Need A Center Jack”


  1. 1 Vince Nov 21st, 2012 at 10:46 am

    For 139.95???? no thank you….. Hey Drag, do us a favor, go harass someone else who isn’t meeting their yearly quota in a lousy economy. Glad I no longer do business with you. This is one item you wont force me to buy.

  2. 2 slacker Nov 21st, 2012 at 11:43 am

    $30.00 jack, the rest is for liability!

  3. 3 burnout Nov 21st, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    I have paid 40-100 for these type jacks. Out of the 5 I have the 40 dollar one is absolute junk. peace

  4. 4 badams Nov 21st, 2012 at 5:07 pm

    Just get a Handle Stand. These really only matter when you have a longbike on the stand.

  5. 5 Drags a Rip Nov 21st, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    Cheaper and comes with more accessories…… Platform, two ht stands.

    http://www.directlift.com/Black-Jack-1000-P48C19.aspx#

  6. 6 DJ Nov 22nd, 2012 at 7:46 am

    That is right right inline with jp cycles price… There is no substitute for a good scissor jack when working on the lift… I am always looking for a better one and I would spend twice that for one that closed up 3 inches or less. I work on a lot of slammed customs and the worst part is getting them in the air

  7. 7 calif phil Nov 22nd, 2012 at 10:24 am

    I wonder where it ‘s made?

  8. 8 Rodent Nov 22nd, 2012 at 10:38 am

    What happened to the metal milk crate?

  9. 9 Murray's cycles Nov 22nd, 2012 at 11:54 am

    We have 4 lifts in the shop and use the first version of this service jack on everyone everyday since they cam out over a year ago with no problems at all, you can pay 2x as much for the k&l service jack but your not getting 2x the quality your just paying for a name.

  10. 10 A 1 CYCLES INC. Nov 23rd, 2012 at 10:23 am

    THE K AND L JACK IS SUPERIOR..I HAVE 4 SERVICE LIFTS AND 4 SERVICE JACKS..3 K AND L AND ONE OFF BRAND..LOCK A BAGGER FRONT TIRE IN THE LIFT AND SCREW THE OFF BRAND UP TO MAX HEIGHTTO GET THE REAR WHEEL OFF…(YES I HAVE DROP OUT LIFTS BUT THEY ARE A PAIN TO USE).. AND YOU START TO SWEAT BECUASE IT ROCKS AND MOVES A LITTLE…SCARY..K AND L AFTER 5 YEARS OF SERVICE STILL TIGHT…GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

  11. 11 Kevin Boyle Kustoms Nov 26th, 2012 at 4:03 pm

    well put Mike!
    I also have kl lifts and handy lifts !n
    bought a cheap one once to try and It has been TO the scrap metal yard

  12. 12 Chopperjohn Nov 26th, 2012 at 8:02 pm

    Lots of good Made In America scissors jacks out there for a lot less. I know. I bought two of them for seventy five dollars apiece.

    Ride on

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