Sunday, June 1, 2008

Smallest Tire Jack

I've seen a handful of small and compact tire jacks on a variety of scooters, but none have been as small and light as the one I got with my Bajaj Chetak, which also works perfectly on my wife's VSC. We once bought a friend a jack from Bajaj for cheap as a thank you gift and he has used it with his P200 and a small square block of wood to add some extra height. It fits perfectly in your glove box.

Paul B., per your request I went outside and snapped this photo for you:

4 comments:

Paul B. said...

Dude, that is SO cool! Do you have a photo of just the jack? How does it (or does it) attach to the scoot? Having done a roadside rear wheel flat tire swap on a P125X, I would have loved to have that jack!

- Paul B.

Scooter Couple said...

Paul,

Email me directly with your address and I will send you a pix. It is so easy. It mounts on the bracket beneath the rear shock. The top of the jack is a 1/2 circle and you just slide it in and rock the scoot back onto the jack. It fits nicely in the glove box. Call your local Bajaj dealer and I think the jack is around $15.

Jeremy

Scooter Couple said...

Paul,

Photo posted in this Blog post per your request. It's a great tool to own and worth the purchase.

Jeremy

Paul B. said...

Thanks for the photo Jeremy. I'm totally going to get one of those!

- Paul B.
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