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  • KTM Racing Pit Mat

    Brian in IA

    Very nice quality.

    rubber backing. heavy material. nice vibrant colors. stays in place very well. lays flat.

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  • Risk Racing Factory Pit Mat

    Vic in VA

    Excellent quality !

    Definitely recommend, excellent quality and fair pricing .

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  • Trailmaster Adventure Gear The Changing Mat

    Lance in ID

    changing mat

    Excellent product but seems kind of expensive for what it is. I would give it 5 stars except of user ease. Better remember how it came out of the pocket if you want to put it back it the way it came out. its nice pocket is attached so it doesn;t get lost or blow away but could be desgned better

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  • Matrix Concepts R4 Bench Mat

    John in NV

    Good Mat

    It is fairly small but it seems to be very durable. You might want to consider buying several of them if you like to spread your work area out a bit

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  • Matrix Concepts R4 Floor Mat

    John in NV

    Good Floor Mat

    So far it seems very durable. I only wish it was a little bigger.

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  • Drag Specialties Standard Center Jack

    John in CO

    As others have stated..nice & steady

    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!

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