Specifications & Dimensions
|General Warranty:||1 year|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||90.6|
|Lift & Jack Type:||Floor jacks|
|Maximum Height (in.):||17|
|Minimum Height (in.):||5.125|
|Lift Capacity:||3/4 ton|
|Wheels & Tires:|
|Wheels or Casters:||Yes|
|Materials & Finish:|
Ratings & Reviews
Keep your vehicles in top shape with the Motorcycle/ATV Jack.
The Craftsman Motorcycle/ATV Jack has a 1,500 pound lifting capacity, so strong it'll easily handle small vehicles like dirt bikes, jet skis and ATVs. The fast-action foot pump and 3-position locking mechanism makes it easy to raise your vehicle to one of three heights, up to 16-1/2 inches high. You can easily change a tire or get underneath for a quick tune-up, and once you're done, you can lower the jack smoothly with the precision-controlled foot release.
The Motorcycle/ATV Jack is a great addition to any shop or garage. It includes two ratcheting tie-dow straps to wrap around most vehicle frames that help prevent sudden crashes to the floor. When loaded, the adjustable locking screws and wheels improve stability and safety. But it will also roll easily on four durable casters, making it easy to position, easy to adjust and easy to store.
- Craftsman Motorcycle/ATV Jack features a wide-lifting capacity so you can get under and get it fixed right
- Designed to deliver the ideal lift with motorcycles, ATVs, tractors, personal watercraft and snowmobiles
- Swivel casters make it easy to move, position and transport
- Includes jack, handle, two tie-down straps, two adapter bars and manual
- Has a lift capacity of 1,500 pounds (1.5 tons)
- Can lift small vehicles up to up to 17-3/8 inches high
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
I would not purchase this jack again. I have had this jack for a little over two years now and with minimal use it no longer lifts any weight. I tried the trouble shooting procedures and it still does not work. I tried the sears online chat to get a replacement bottle jack for it and was transferred three times only to be told to call an 800 number And no one would pick up the phone. Also the full down height of this jack is to high for any Harley I have put under it. You either have to lean the bike way over and wedge the jack under the bike or lift the bike with a piece of wood for this pos jack to get under the bike.
I have had a few other M/C jacks costing 3 times as much that did not have the stability and low clearance this jack does. I wished I had checked craftsman sooner.
Bought it, had it shipped, assembled within minutes, no problems there. Went to go lift the bike, stationed under the frame and stood the bike up with the lift as a support, hooked up the straps. Began the lift on my 900 lb (figured 1000 fully loaded) 2013 Victory Vision Tour, and managed to lift the front wheel about 6", and the back wheel about 1/2" before the bottle jack failed. Verified the hydraulic fluid level in the jack was good and that there was no trapped air in the jack, attempted the lift again, same results. After the back tire was 1/2" off the ground, with the lift only 1/4 of the way up, the bottle jack could no longer handle the weight of the bike and refused to lift anymore. Returning this product based on the reviews as well as personal experience. I had hoped that it wasn't just a poor bottle jack quality causing all the issues, but apparently that is one of the biggest problems. Second major issue occurred when I went to lower the bike, the release pedal does not have a slow mode, it drops the bike from whatever height it was at and lets it hit hard. I would recommend almost any Craftsman product, but this one is nothing more than trash based on the design (I've been a believer in Craftsman for 32 years) of the bottle jack. The rest of the hardware is of decent quality, though I would recommend buying your own straps (wide design for the full size bikes). If you like to buy something cheap and attempt to upgrade at a lower cost than the professional series ($100 more in initial cost), then this is the lift for you.
Roselle Park, NJ
Used this to do some suspension work on my FJR1300. First, the unit was easy to put together. It did the job well, had the bike on it for a week with no problem at all.
Stevens Point, WI
Had ATV up on Jack. Pressure off - locks down. Went to lift it to take pressure off locks, so I could lower / use ATV. Nothing - Had to recruit whole family to get ATV off of jack - no fun (and kind of dangerous) Used manual to trouble shoot - ended up with Oil on the floor, but no results. Tried bleeding, tried filling, manual is garbage. On-line said call store. Store said call 800 #. 800 # said not an appliance, transferred me. Next person said, we only schedule appointments for lawn / garden equip. Here I am - Jack is under 2 years old - not at all intuitive to work on, no help from Sears - they don't seem to care. If I took care of my customers this way, I wouldn't have any.
Rock Springs, WY
So far so Good, I have my Harley lifted on this jack all winter long as I let the hydraulic jack down to rest on the preset notches as this may be the clue to having the jack itself last longer? I just would like to find another at the price I bought the first one???
This jack was purchased in November 2013 as a platform to lift my 2013 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic Limited for winter storage. I live in central Utah and we hit minus 25 degrees on December 6th. I read most of the reviews on this product before the purchase was made. I had absolutely zero problem lifting this very heavy (850 lbs.) bike off the floor. It did however take two of us because the jack would not go completely under the bike until it was standing vertical off the kick stand. After the bike was lifted and tied down to the jack I was able to move it around in the garage with no problem. My garage is not insulated or heated so this winter cold soak should be a good test for this jack. I will post another review come spring when it is time to raise the bike to the full height of the jack to polish the rims and do a good spring cleaning before letting it down and riding off.
I bought this for my son who purchased a new 2012 Harley Davidson Street Bob. The jack works great, the only problem we had was that the motorcycle sits so low that we had to put the motorcycle on a 2X4 to be able to get the jack under the motorcycle. Otherwise, no problems at all.