Instructions

The PackJack comprises two main pieces: The notched Flap and the Base.

  • Step 1 Step 1: Open the PackJack to approximately 150 degrees.
  • Step 2 Step 2: Place the Flap under and against the swingarm spool or the axle bolt with the notch centered
    on the spool or bolt. Secure PackJack by placing the base on the ground directly below the flap.
  • Step 3 Step 3: Hold the motorcycle by the passenger grab with your left hand and engage the front brake with your right hand. Nudge the PackJack downwards and towards the motorcycle at the pivot point
    with your foot until the bike lifts.
  • Step 4 Step 4: The PackJack locks in the over center position and the rear wheel will now spin freely. If not,
    make subtle adjustments to the placement of the PackJack or to the initial open angle until the rear
    wheel just clears the ground.
  • Step 5 Step 5: To remove, gently nudge the inside pivot point of the PackJack with your foot while securing the motorcycle.
    (Wear proper footwear)
  • Step 6 Step 6: PackJack also works using the axle bolt if it protrudes from the swingarm. Be sure to order
    the axle version for this application.
  • Step 6 Step 6: PackJack also works using the axle bolt if it protrudes from the swingarm. Be sure to order
    the axle version for this application.
  • Step 3
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  1. Open the PackJack to approximately 150 degrees. [view image]
  2. Place the Flap under and against the swingarm spool or the axle bolt with the notch centered on the spool or bolt. Secure PackJack by placing the base on the ground directly below the flap. [view image]
  3. Hold the motorcycle by the passenger grab with your left hand and engage the front brake with your right hand. Nudge the PackJack downwards and towards the motorcycle at the pivot point with your foot until the bike lifts. [view image]
  4. The PackJack locks in the over center position and the rear wheel will now spin freely. If not, make subtle adjustments to the placement of the PackJack or to the initial open angle until the rear wheel just clears the ground. [view image]
  5. To remove, gently nudge the inside pivot point of the PackJack with your foot while securing the motorcycle. (Wear proper footwear)[view image]
  6. PackJack also works using the axle bolt if it protrudes from the swingarm. Be sure to order the axle version for this application. [view image]
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