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Craftsman Motorcycle/ATV Jack

Item# 00950190000P | Model# 34612 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Keep Your Vehicles in Top Shape The Craftsman motorcycle/ATV jack has a 1,500 lb. lifting capacity, so it can easily handle small vehicles like dirt bikes, jet skis and ATVs. The fast-action foot pump and 3-position locking mechanism make it easy to raise your vehicle to 1 of 3 heights, up to 16.5" high. You can easily change a tire or get underneath for a quick tune-up and then lower the jack smoothly with the precision-controlled foot release.

  • Designed to deliver the ideal lift with motorcycles, ATVs, tractors, personal watercraft and snowmobiles
  • Features a wide-lifting capacity, so you can get under the vehicle comfortably
  • Swivel casters make it easy to move, position and transport
  • Includes jack, handle, 2 tie-down straps, 2 adapter bars and manual
  • Has a lift capacity of 1,500 pounds (1.5 tons)
  • Can lift small vehicles up to up to 16.5" high
  • When loaded, the adjustable locking screws and wheels improve stability
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By RoadKingRider
October 7th, 2014
Great jack, bought in 1999 still in use & used almost daily.

Bought a cheap H F jack in 1999 & after almost dropping my HD DWG several times I bought this jack. I loved it so much I bought a second one for my HD RKC five years later. I sold one to a buddy after I got rid of the DWG. I still use the original one almost daily for the RKC. I leave the weight of the bike on the jack locks not the bottle jack. I've left it on the locks for several days & it works every time. I have only strapped my bike down once when I took the entire font end off. I never strap it down for normal service, tires & fluids, or cleaning. My only complaint is the minimum height, I have to hold my RKC upright to slid the jack underneath the bike frame. No big deal.

8 found this review helpful
March 10th, 2015
Broken with no help from Sears

After using this item about a dozen times the hydraulic ram (bottle jack) stopped working. I followed all the steps to change the oil, get the air out etc. with no luck. Then I searched the internet and determined this is a common problem with these jacks and that apparently its a real piece of junk. So... I went on the online chat to see about getting a replacement hydraulic ram. The person I chatted with told me that they do in fact sell replacements and that I needed to call the PARTS 800 number. Guess what I called the 800 number and was told that they do NOT sell replacement parts for this lift. No Im stuck with this piece of junk that doesn't work and no way to lift my bike. DONT BUY THIS JACK!!!! I know its tempting and you would think with a name like CRAFTSMAN it would be quality, but its NOT. Your better off with the cheap ************** Tools one in my opinion.

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Great Jack


It lifts my 800 lb motorcycle with no problems.

June 13th via
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April 25th

Craftsman Motorcycle/ATV Jack review


The Craftsman Motorcycle/ATV Jack easily lifted my 750 pound motorcycle while I replaced front and rear wheels. The lifting surface isn't quite as long as it should be to totally support the bottom of a cruiser bike frame, but it got the job done. Great price for a garage tool of this quality!

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Great lift


I've used this lift for years to lift my ATVs and motorcycles. Lifts my big Harley Davidson Ultra Limited with no problem. For those that claim the lift doesn't fit under your bike, unless the bike was lowered, you should have no problem. Position lift on right side of bike as far under as you can until it touches the left side of the frame, then sit on bike and stand bike upright, use right foot to move lift to the left under the left side of the frame, then use right foot to press down lifting pedal a few times to level bike on lift. Then get off bike and lift rest of way to height you want.

July 21st via
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Good lift for working on the bikes


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