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    Budget bike lift

    Made this for fun, and for minor work on my bike. Bought the jack on sale for about $26 last year. Had a square 1/4" plate welded on top the jack. Had some plank and high density plywood laying around. 2 lag bolts mounts it to the bottom plank. 3/4" socket is easier and faster than the one that came with the jack. A small carry handle and it slides right under the bike. image.jpgimage.jpgimage.jpg

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    I like it, Frank!

    I have an "antique" scissors jack similar to yours. I may have to dust it off and copy your idea.

    Thanks,

    Brian

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    That'll work!

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