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NUTCKERGOLDWING
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MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby NUTCKERGOLDWING » Sun Apr 18, 2010 1:43 am



ANYBODY OUT THERE BUILT A MOTORCYCLE LIFT, I AM THINKING ABOUT BUILDING A TABLE MODEL AND WOULD LIKE PICTURES IF ANYONE HAS ONE OF THESE THEY LIKE, I HAVE SEEN PLANS FOR SALE ON THE WEB AND LOOKED AT SOME PLACES THAT SELL LIFTS LIKE HARBOR FREIGHT AND OTHERS, BUT THE FREIGHT TO ALASKA IS A KILLER. I'AM A PRETTY FAIR WELDER WITH MY OWN WELDING AND FABRICATING EQUIPMENT, JUST DON'T HAVE PLANS OR DRAWINGS TO GET STARTED. THANKS
BILL IN ALASKA



bigbrown
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Re: MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby bigbrown » Tue Apr 20, 2010 12:50 pm

Bill,
If you go on the Princess Auto site, you should be able to find some good pictures of MC lifts, much like the Harbour Freight ones. If you need more detail, I may be able to get some dimensions if they still have one in stock here in Ottawa.

Ron
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dingdong
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Re: MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby dingdong » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:13 am

kind of a different approach but looks functional.
http://www.webslingercycles.com/Docs/Mo ... 030707.pdf
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bigbrown
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Re: MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby bigbrown » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:53 am

Hey, thanks a million, this looks OK and not to expensive to build.

Ron
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furnacedoc
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Re: MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby furnacedoc » Sat Jan 01, 2011 10:45 am

Hello, Hey did you build this lift then ? or has anyone built it? I am thinking of building it and would like to know if there is anything I should do differently or change? Thankx for your input and have a great year on the road.

smottka
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Re: MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby smottka » Sat Jan 01, 2011 6:58 pm

NUTCKERGOLDWING wrote:ANYBODY OUT THERE BUILT A MOTORCYCLE LIFT, I AM THINKING ABOUT BUILDING A TABLE MODEL AND WOULD LIKE PICTURES IF ANYONE HAS ONE OF THESE THEY LIKE, I HAVE SEEN PLANS FOR SALE ON THE WEB AND LOOKED AT SOME PLACES THAT SELL LIFTS LIKE HARBOR FREIGHT AND OTHERS, BUT THE FREIGHT TO ALASKA IS A KILLER. I'AM A PRETTY FAIR WELDER WITH MY OWN WELDING AND FABRICATING EQUIPMENT, JUST DON'T HAVE PLANS OR DRAWINGS TO GET STARTED. THANKS
BILL IN ALASKA


Bill - If you find the information you are looking for would you please share it. Would be interested in fabricating one myself

jhagans1
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Re: MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby jhagans1 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 7:55 pm

I go to this link and the page doesn't work, does anyone have the plans...or any others?

I did see someone selling some to a decent lift and they have an ebay ad, I didn't go there yet I saw it somewhere else, but they accept paypal for $10. Just search MC lifts I would think.

bigbrown
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Re: MOTORCYCLE LIFT

Postby bigbrown » Thu Jan 19, 2012 9:18 am

If you go on the net, and search motorcycle lifts, and then look at the parts manual for them you can get a pretty good schematic to build one. here is one you can have a look at. http://directlift.ca/manuals/1000lbsmotorcycle.pdf
Good luck :)
Big Brown




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