Sears Jack

Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by hd4evr, Oct 1, 2009.

  1. hd4evr

    hd4evr Banned

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    Any one else buy/use this jack? Does it fit a 2007 SuperGlide?

    Automotive items at Sears.com
     
  2. softailhog

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  3. BOBFLHTC

    BOBFLHTC Active Member

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    I put my 1985 FLHTC up on one and had a hard time getting it off once it was locked into position. I couldn’t jack it up to get it out of the locked position. I had to use some 2X4’s, another floor jack and my step son to get the bike up high enough to get the motorcycle jack from under it. I have a
    4X8 trailer with a ramp and I am thinking of putting my bike on the trailer and then running some beams across the side rails with tie downs to keep the bike stable. If I run into trouble I can’t handle then I can always run my bike over to the shop to bail me out. Just a thought.
     
  4. fwcole

    fwcole Active Member

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    I dont know of any reason it wouldnt, Ive used mine on my softail, dyna and sportser
     
  5. 03classic

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    I put my 03 electraglide on mine with no problem.
     
  6. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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    Newer Dyna frame rails are different be careful
     
  7. Hoople

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    So true. I have an 09 Dyna low and still can not find a jack that fits it properly. The oil sump is Lower than the frame and the Jiffy stand is right in the middle where you want to apply your lift.
    Gonna have to get a Larin Low profile (2.5" low) and make some special cradle
    for it. I just don't know (??)

    Anyone have a solution to lifting an 09 FXDL?


    Hoop!
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2009
  8. Luwise

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    Sears offers two jacks. One sells for under a $100. The other sells for about $180 and weighs around 45 lbs. I believe the frame is made out of aluminum. I would go for the better quality jack if you have the $.
     
  9. HogWyld

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    Check with HD for the frame kit they sell for jacking up dynas. Might also work on other models, but basically its some snap on (the frame) pieces that allow the jack to contact them instead of the frame allowing the lower portion of the motor to keep from getting any pressure on it when jacking the bike up.
     
  10. hdrocks

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    Yap, that's the yellow one. In my previous thread on this, I was asking about the $100 one, but now I am thinking of getting the yellow one for my sportster. Planning to check it out this weekend. I really want to get the J&S one though but it's just too expensive...