Pitbull Motorcycle Jack in Phoenix, AZ

Last Updated: 11/5/2020
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
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Key Ad Facts

  • Lift Type: Jacks
  • Brand: Pitbull
  • Ad Source: Craigslist
  • Asking Price: $300

Seller Information

  • Type: Private Owner
  • Contact Name: Not Provided
  • Phone: Not Provided
  • Email: Not Provided

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No longer have a bike so I am selling my Pit Bull lift. To buy one new would cost you $600. or more. This one is less than half that and will last a life time. For sale today $300. Text me.

Information below is from the manufacturer.

First of all, our castors are far superior over any other lift maker due to the material and construction of the overall castor housing. We use castor wheels that are basically made from the same material bowling balls are manufactured from. This and the diameter size of the castor allows you to roll the unit loaded or unloaded over rough surfaces such as asphalt and cracked concrete or the smoothest of floors. The internals of our castors are made up of a zerk fitted axle, a steel sleeve over the axle and a needle bearing over the sleeve. This gives your castor wheels constant lubrication and the best of operation at all times.

Also, the swivel castors have a zerk fitting for the roller bearings in the swivel portion of the castor. Now, if you compare them to our competitors, you’ll find that their castors are not only smaller in diameter, they use no grease fittings and are constructed of lightweight material. You will also notice that they are made from inferior types of material such as: Steel (which will not roll across any rough surfaces without extreme force-dangerous when moving your bike), Plastic (which will chip up with use and generally comes completely apart and breaks) and Neoprene type materials (which are soft and will cut, tear and come apart with use).

Frame strength and construction: Our frame is 100% MIG welded by professional welders, unlike most of our competitors. We use an eight-piece frame which is made up from four outside pieces of tubular steel and four pieces of angle iron which run through the center of the lift. This in turn gives you the strength and stability that you expect from a motorcycle lift. From the frame we have the “H” beams that act as the arms that run from the frame body to the actual lift platform that your bike is setting on. We use tubular steel with a cross brace for these two items and four pieces of angle iron that attach to the top of the “H’s” for the lift platform. Some of our competitors like to advertise that their tubular steel “H’s” are of larger diameter steel and this is true. However, if you will take a closer look at how the lift platforms are attached, you will see that they use a piece of flat plate with the end butt-welded to a round sleeve, which if tested, would not by any means be stronger than my over all set-up. The truth of the matter is, your lift is only as strong as your weakest link.

Pit Bull Lifts raise your bike to a full 25 inches and have a weight capacity of 1450 lbs. It is so stable and strong that for normal maintenance and clean up you will not need to tie most motorcycles down. Before we move on to the next step, I would like for you to understand that most lifts on the market today use a frame made up of as little as four pieces of steel to establish the frame. This is why they lack the strength and stability to safely lift the weight of a motorcycle.

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