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Extreme Max 5001.5047 1100 lb. Motorcycle Scissors Jack

100 Lb. Capacity), Designed For Front Or Rear Manual Lifting Using Included Handle, Adjustable/Removable Dual Frame, Lifts Cruiser Or Touring Motorcycles From 3-5/8" - 16-1/2" (1

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  • Equipped with 16 inch lift that allows to lift up to 1100 lb
  • Features a handle that allows front or rear lifting manually
  • Made with heavy-duty steel frame with welded base brackets that offers permanent mounting


  • May not work for all bikes

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Analysis of 100+ reviews for Extreme Max 5001.5047 1100 lb. Motorcycle Scissors Jack


BestViewsReviews analyzed 3,589 reviews for 17 products in the Scissor Lift Jacks category.


We analyzed a total of 149 reviews for this product out of which, 124 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 60% reviews were positive while around 30% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Extreme Max 5001.5047 1100 lb. Motorcycle Scissors Jack


This product received a total score of 9.53 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:

  • Value for money
  • Sturdiness
  • Build quality
  • Compatibility
  • Design
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Customer support
  • Easy to use
  • Users of this product said

    After using it on a few dirt bikes, I was skeptical how well it would work, but after using it again, it's very handy, cranks easily, and lifts plenty high enough to change the rear or front tire on a dirt bike.

    I have a good jack, it looks the same, but the center pin of the bar is a little small to me, but I am sure this jack will hold up over time, welds - bends - paint look proper, for my purposes.

    It is small and sturdy for storing when not in use, but I like raising one end of my trike so that I can change a tire or adjust the gears.

    I have been using this sturdy sissor jack for a few months now and I have to say it has been a huge help in getting my bike back on the road after it was damaged in a road accident.

    The jack is light and easy to use, and works great for me when I need to replace my front fork seals.

    Question & Answers


    What is the lowest height with saddles?


    The valleys are 6-3/8" to saddle top peaks, and around 4" without the saddles.


    Is the length from end to end?


    It's 17.75 inches.


    If the jack mounted upside down as a platform lift, will it work?


    I don't see why it wouldn't.


    I bought this jack a while ago, but I was wondering if they had a dolly that would fit it to sit in.


    I wouldn't be able to get it under my bike if it was on a dolly.


    The photos show two sets of adapters, does it come with more than one?


    There is one set of saddles for under the frame.

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