Bill E (Saint Louis )
I use the MSR Prolift Stand for my 2015 Yamaha WR250R, with a Flatland skid plate installed. It works great for front and rear end maintenance; although I use a swing-arm lift for oil changes (no access hole in the lift/stand). If you're young and strong instead of old and frail like me, a regular dirt bike stand would probably be better - simpler, lighter, and should have an access hole for changing oil. For an old guy like me, the MSR Prolift Stand helps save what's left of my back.
Ted (North Vancouver )
I don't have a Motorcycle,I have a Scooter. Bought this to drop the Tanks on my Motorhome.Works great for that. No good for the Scooter,all the weight is in the rear. Regards Ted
Bruce (Orwigsburg )
Works great with my CRF230F Honda. Great price for a durable bike stand.
JM (Idaho )
This lift works exactly as I anticipated. I recently worked over my front forks and installed a larger fuel tank and this stand lifts and holds the bike nicely. Because this DR650 is lowered it doesn't work well with an attached center stand so I needed one that easily lifts the bike. I have not yet tried changing the oil but this stand does not lend easily to that due to the solid base, but I am sure I will find a way.
Bryan (Grants pass )
Hi, I purchased this stand for my CR500. It comes with multiple axle stems to fit all the bikes I own. It was simple to install and extremely light weight. Unfortunately the tall stance causes the bike to be easily tipped over. The aluminum triangle was rendered useless. I prefer the solid steel bar design.
Scott (Myrtle Point )
Putting the stand together, I noticed it did not come with good hardware. The bolts were all fully threaded, even for the rotating joints. Also, some of the joints were out of tolerance and in order to use the bolts supplied you had to draw them up, bending it into place to get the lock nuts to seat. On first use, to do normal maintenance on my CRF450R, the base collapsed to the point it was going to dump the bike.