I put a piece of 3/4 plywood on a pallet and bolted it to that. I stand on the pallet when using it, but can still move it if need be.
I've never had much luck with it, most motorcycles are aluminum and that bar with the head on it will chew them up. Small tires the bar takes so much room the tire is too tight to go over the rim.
It does work ok as a bead breaker once you understand that you're meant to set your wheel on the bottom and push down. Clamping the wheel on top and pushing up doesn't work so well and I did eventually break it. As I recall the HF instructions were less than useless.
The only reason I keep it (I have a pneumatic machine now) is for golf cart tires and similar. It anchors the wheel nicely while I put the tire on/off with irons.
Edited by MiCarl, August 11, 2017 - 03:43 PM.