I too have the yellow one. What also makes it nicer is it is aluminum framed, so it is light weight easy to maneuver.I bought the Sears Yellow jack. When shopping I also looked at the Sears Red jack you are looking at. What swayed me to get the Yellow, which cost more, were the reviews of both the red and the yellow jacks. There were several negative reviews on the red but no bad reviews on the yellow. And when I got mine, maybe 2 years ago, the online price was $179.95 but in the Sears store they were $199.95. I asked the Sears manager if he would match the online price to make the sale and he did. Since I bought mine I have noticed the yellow jack often goes on sale.
That will work. Just pay attention to your balance points.
I can actually sit on my bike on the J&S. It would be hard to unbalance it. Had another jack before that I gave away. too difficult to get it balanced and bike came off one time, that was it for me.Doesn't one need to use the tie downs on the Sears products, but the J&E is so stable you cant unbalance it even with an entire wheel assembly off and don't need the tie downs?
I like the price on the yellow jack but will probably go with the J&E for safety.
Any thoughts yea or nay???