The 7 Best Motorcycle Lift Tables
This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in November of 2018. If you're a mechanic who is tasked with repairing a motorcycle or ATV, improved visibility of the bike, access to its components, and a safe manner of working should be among your top priorities. Using one of these motorcycle lift tables, you'll have a much easier time locating problems at eye level without having to bend down or lie underneath it, to get the job done more safely and efficiently. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
February 12, 2021:
A good lift table will take a lot of the hard work out of motorcycle maintenance and repair. Not only do they provide easier access to most working parts of the vehicle, but also make wheel removal much easier, while also keeping the bike safely secured in place. They are often used in conjunction with a service jack in order to perform this task, and two of our choices, the APlusLift MT1500 and Black Widow ProLift provide these as part of the package.
When using a motorcycle lift table, it is essential that safe practices are observed. Ensure that the front wheel is securely strapped down when working on the back end of the bike, and vice-versa. A wheel clamp should always be used whenever possible, and the ratchet mechanism should be checked before commencing work. When lowering the table, you must keep your hands free of all moving parts and be cautious to avoid trapping hazards and obstructions.
November 23, 2018:
Included APlusLift MT1500 for its adjustable front extension and low-angle ramp. Also added the Titan Hydraulic due to its durability and access ports for supporting tie-down straps. The Black Widow ProLift offers a versatile height range, while the Auto Lift 1000M can easily accommodate ATVs and snowmobiles. Also decided to add both the OrionMotorTech Dilated and Goplus Hydraulic for their compact designs and thick rubber platforms.