Which is worth the $$$ over a cheaper version. While this one is also made in China, it holds your heavy, expensive bike steady while in the air. Granted, if there’s not a flat surface to jack the bike up with the flat platform of this jack, a little creativity is required. On mine, one has to jack on the engine/trans. crankcase, which is a little convex (comes to a slight point in the middle, where the 2 halves bolt together), so I used a couple pieces of metal to make contact from the jack platform to the footboard brackets, which also bolt to the engine case (no frame rails under the engine at all). This worked well, & I’m satisfied. Also, Rocky Mtn. was the only retailer I found that sells this jack at less than MSRP. Thanks!
Very well built. Have a friend that bought one of those cheaper brands on Amazon and it is no comparison to the Drag Specialities jack. So spend the extra money and get a jack that you don't have to worry about when your bike is up in the air.