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I'm looking to purchase a hydraulic lift/jack, said lift/jack will need to be used as a means of storage as well as for service. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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So no motorcycle table ??

For storage why not a spindle jack ?? Safe and sollid ...

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I'm looking to purchase a hydraulic lift/jack, said lift/jack will need to be used as a means of storage as well as for service. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
you need to say what model bike you have, year doesn't hurt.
all jacks are about the same the main thing is how smooth is your floor. The jack wheels will catch every little flaw in your floor. Don't forget to loosen all blots before jacking bike up.

Its to bad the wheels or base of the jacks are not wider for greater stability

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you need to say what model bike you have, year doesn't hurt.
all jacks are about the same the main thing is how smooth is your floor. The jack wheels will catch every little flaw in your floor. Don't forget to loosen all blots before jacking bike up.

Its to bad the wheels or base of the jacks are not wider for greater stability
That is why I have a J&S jack. It is several inches wider than most other jacks sold.

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You're right, year and model go a long way.y:
2015 Magnum

Everyone has been raving about the J&S jack and everything I've read has been all positive so I'm leaning that way.
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the video link 53canuck posted is excellent! It answered every question I ever had about the differences between these known brands and models.

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Default table lift for sure!!!

if it fits your budget + you have the room a lift table KIT is a lifetime smart investment IMO. many kits are similar but for about 1G you get it all!!
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