Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Southwest Virginia
That is what I do also. if you have to do it on your own then put you a block under the high side of the frame so when you start to lift it will start to lay over on the block. Afer you start get it even or a little past even but still stable, block that side up then you will have to walk it up the blocks with the jack. it is a little time consuming but it will get you there. I usually get the wife or neighbor or even a set of tie down straps hooked to the roof of my car port (its made form .250 wall steel pipe. not your average car port) to help steady it while I lift it. Then let the weight of the weight rest of the blocks.
Do you have a classic or custom.
1985 Honda Nighthawk 650 (First Bike)
2004 Vulcan 1500 Classic (First Big Bike)
2007 Vulcan 1600 Meanstreak (Love Affair)
1999 Yamaha 1100 V-Star Custom (Right Price at the Time)
2008 V2K Classic (Favorite Vulcan)
2014 HD Ultra Limited (Bells and Whistles)
Who would have thought I would grow up to become "Spatially Educated" and play Connect-the-Dots for a living.