uforocket3

.020 Over
Joined
Jan 16, 2012
Messages
11
Location
Rocket Hills Sydney
Ride
14 R3T
Ordered my Jack Be Quick from the USA and it arrived with in a week down under . Fit straight on and works an absolute treat .
If anyone likes to lift there R3 I recommend getting one.
 

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Bedifferent

Old man on a bike
Joined
Dec 11, 2014
Messages
1,727
Location
Coldwater, MI
Ride
2015 Rocket 3 Touring
Ordered my Jack Be Quick from the USA and it arrived with in a week down under . Fit straight on and works an absolute treat .
If anyone likes to lift there R3 I recommend getting one.

Put one on mine as well last year. I've yet to put it to the test but I'm thinking next week with a new tire, spline lube, cross over and a set of TORs.

I had a little problem getting at least one bolt hole to line up but I got it. Other than that, it's good.
 

Dawg68

Nitrous
Joined
Apr 1, 2013
Messages
1,360
Location
Chilliwack B.C.
Ride
2014 R3R / 2017 R3T
How’s does it attach to the bike? From the photo it looks as if the bike I sent being lifted by the pan?
Thanks
 

RockOn

Supercharged
Joined
Feb 22, 2018
Messages
422
Location
Escondido, CA
Ride
2006 Triumph Rocket III Classic
Ordered my Jack Be Quick from the USA and it arrived with in a week down under . Fit straight on and works an absolute treat .
If anyone likes to lift there R3 I recommend getting one.

Installed mine a couple weeks ago. Have used it several times: to remove, install and balance front wheel after tire change, to change oil, to change final drive gear oil, to remove engine bolt and install engine guards, to mount leather saddlebags to insure level, to rotate wheel rims for cleaning.......bike balance is perfect on my Larin lift.
 

Joesmoe

IMOKUR2
Staff member
Joined
Aug 3, 2014
Messages
5,241
Location
Fairfax, Virginia
Ride
Triumph: 2014 Rocket III Touring
I have one, but use it only when I need it. Just don't care for the extra weight carried around when not needed the vast majority of the time, and certainly not while moving.

I certainly grant the "insurance" aspect point to folks who suggest that the need to lift the bike when one is away could be problematic without such support.
 

caddydaddy

Supercharged
Joined
Sep 6, 2007
Messages
203
Location
Harlingen, Texas USA
Ride
2017 Roadster in Matte Black
I have one, but use it only when I need it. Just don't care for the extra weight carried around when not needed the vast majority of the time, and certainly not while moving.

I also wouldn't want it on there unless using it. Is it fairly easy to attach and remove?
 
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