this looks like a pretty good deal. craftsman never really dissappointed me, so should be solid? probably snag it tomorrow. any ya guys got good lube recommendations?
:knockknock:Buy a center stand, that way you won't mess anything up, plus the bike looks much better on a center stand in the garage. That coming from someone whose bike has been in hibernation since November.i JUST started reading some of the reviews on this thing from sears website, and it has some really crappy reviews. all people complaining about the same thing really...maybe should steer away afterall...
Yeah I read all these reviews and bought one anyway. My uncle has a Speedmaster and has had this jack for years with no problems. I haven't had any problems with it yet either, but I haven't had it very long. I bet Sears has sold thousands and thousands of these things. I'd be much more inclined to post a review if I was pissed off than if I got what I expected out of the product. My point is that I'm sure all of them aren't junk.what kinda lifts, stands, lubes are all ya guys using?
i JUST started reading some of the reviews on this thing from sears website, and it has some really crappy reviews. all people complaining about the same thing really...maybe should steer away afterall...
Google "rollastand". You'll find one near you..The wheel-spin thingy link is here:
Anyone know where to get one of these in the US?
TIP: If you go into Sears to buy one, the 2008/09 Hand Tools Catalog has this jack listed for $89.99. They WILL honor this price. That's what I did. The alum one is better, no doubt, but it's a lot more money.
They are inside the store at the counter probably.where can i find one of these hand tools catalogs? was it an online thing, or a mailer?