Torin Recreational Vehicle Lift - 3/4 Ton, Model# T64017
Torin Recreational Vehicle Lift - 3/4 Ton, Model#
I have used this lift for the last 3 months in a total rebuild of a 2001 Suzuki King Quad.
I was pleasantly impressed with this lift. ATV weighs 606lbs and is plenty stable with it. I don't know how stable it would be a 1500lbs but works great at 600lbs. I am very satisfied with this purchase and glad I bought it. Be sure to lift it to the height you want and go past the stop as it does bleed down after a while.
January 10, 2014
Very heavy duty
This item was built to last, well thought out. I'll primarily use it for scooters, but will also work great with our Shadow 750.
Minimal assembly. Steal wheels and it does come with a 4 ft handle to move stand. Not sure I'll use handle with bikes on there but very handy for moving the jack when empty.
Only problem was one of the threaded holes to mount pump was stripped out. It was one of two, only used to hold jack pump in place(no working pressure). One tight bolt and one loose bolt in the hole will work great. If needed, I will tap it and get slightly larger bolt.
For the price, one heck of a deal.
December 13, 2013
Great lift for the money!
I bought this lift direct from the store and it is great. I saw the exact same lift at another big store for $150. I have a pretty big cruiser that is pushing 800lbs and this lift did the job! One tip I will give you is once you get the bike to the desired hieght use the safety stops and lower the lift until the safety engages, this improves the stability greatly! Have fun with your new lift! I love mine!
April 23, 2013
It works as stated on the product. I wish it raised higher and can be tilted if bike isnt centered. I have used the lift and for the price its worth the money.
January 16, 2012
this is the best lift ever left my harley on it all summer wile doing a rebuild and never went down held bike great vary good you wont be sorry you bought it
January 16, 2012
I have had this Torin motorcycle jack for over 9 years. It supports the weight of my Honda GoldWing and works fine. It's great for cleaning the wheels and there have been many times I have left the bike sitting on the jack for days at a time while doing repairs. I have even had both wheels off at the same time to replace the tires and balancing the m/c was not an issue. Can you buy a bigger more expensive m/c jack? Sure. But this one does the job just fine. No problems.
June 14, 2011
Do not buy for a HD bagger. My bike is not low and this thing would not fit under without modification. Jack assembly broke on the first lift! Missing parts from box. Not impressed. Not the lift for a 20K motorcycle!
May 6, 2011
I have found this product to be quite useful whether I am doing simple maintenance and cleaning as well as more involed repairs of large and small motorcycles.
I use this particular lift more often than my larger table lift mostly due to the portability. I can secure the bike with tie-downs and move it around the shop whenever I need room for another bike .I also bring it with me when I travel or go to motorcycle events ( races,rallies,shows)
The only drawback is that some custom motocycles are too low for the lift to fit under,but with a little assistance you can overcome this.
I have recommened these to other motorcycle enthusiest and they are very satisfied.
March 23, 2011
Need A Lift
After watching me struggle to service my Harley Lowrider, my wife bought me this jack. What a difference it has made. I can now work on my bike easily changing fluids, fork tuneups, truing wheels, etc. My only problem is getting my very low Lowrider under the bike. Most people won't have this problem. Also my kickstand interferes. It takes 2 of us to get it under, one holding the bike upright while the other positions the jack, but once done I can work away alone. If this thing ever fails, I will immediately buy another. Maybe they will come up with a lower and lighter ( aluminum ) one. That would be the cats meow.
November 23, 2010
Works as advertised
The price was right and it arrived right on time. I've only assembled and put it under the Harley today. So far, so good.
If you have a Heritage Softail Classic, you'll need a little finesse to get this lift under the frame. I just rolled it backwards onto a 1" board under the rear tire. Then when I tipped the bike up off its stand, I could easily slide the jack under the frame with my foot.
I don't find it that easy to push my 700lb motorcycle on the smooth garage floor on this jack. But it works and I can now get my car in the garage for the first time since I bought the bike seven months ago.
November 19, 2010