Just a standard motorcycle jack. That's probably a Craftsman or a Harbor Freight one. Maybe a Northern Tool one. I bought mine at Wal-Mart for $64. They are all made alike. Probably all made by the same Chinese company. I've even heard of Big Lots carrying them for around $40 sometimes.cbxer55 said:Who makes the cool jack the bike is on?
Until now all my bikes have had center-stands.
Now I have the 109 and a M50 with no CS.
Need one of them thar jacks soon.
Midwest City, OK.
Medic let me know when your ready to do your 's im going to do it as well if you need to you can ship them to me and i can take them at the same timeMedic1210 said:Dude, that is freakin' sweeeet!Â I absolutely love it!Â Time to start saving up.Â Does anyone know they work through the mail, or do they need to have the bike there?Â Man those wheels really pop!
I'll keep that in mind... but it's gonna be a while. Don't have the funds for makin the bike purty just yet. Gotta replace the tires, add an air intake and PCIII... plus I got a wife and daughter's birthday coming right before Christmas.texas109 said:Medic let me know when your ready to do your 's im going to do it as well if you need to you can ship them to me and i can take them at the same time
they do alot of work for my shopÂ so i know if i bring them 4 wheels to do .. we should get a better price
let me know
thats a good idea, it could be bolted down with the bolt on the case that is not used (twin shock models). wonder how hard it would be to get some metal blanks stamped out in that shape? just need holes cut for drain and fill and shock bolt and chroming. :bigthumbsup:heators954 said:Looks good. It would be nice if there was a chrome cover for the hub cover, similar to the shaft drive cover one. Would save a lot of work of removing all the hub assembly/gears