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Motorcycle lift

Postby HALBUDD » Mon Dec 28, 2015 7:15 pm



Habour freight has big motorcycle table on sale for 349 bucks. I just went and picked one up,now if it would stop raining I can put it together.-------------------------Hal


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Re: Motorcycle lift

Postby NVSB4 » Mon Dec 28, 2015 10:12 pm

There have been several posts here about those with both good and bad comments.
I think all of the bad comments however were from those that didn't own one.
Let us know firsthand how you like it.
I wish I had the room for something like that.
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Re: Motorcycle lift

Postby Big Blue UK » Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:02 am

Best thing I ever bought, you will love it. I had my solo on the stand to wax it, and I had to park my solo on it all the time because I did not have the room, could not build the garage very wide, but it houses 2 cars and a Goldwing in tandem, musical vehicles is a bit of a pain, :D .

I want one for the trike, but being too heavy to move, it would have to go at the back with the trike parked on it, and I would have to move the wifes car off the drive, and get 2 cars out of the garage to get the trike out, then put the cars back, what a nightmare.
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Re: Motorcycle lift

Postby Pam » Wed Dec 30, 2015 10:34 am

I bought one at Princess Auto here in Canada. I got tired of crawling around and laying under or beside the bike trying to do any work. I have had several bikes, a lawn mower or two as well as a wood chipper on it. Works great gets things up off the floor. I just make sure everything is tied down

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Re: Motorcycle lift

Postby detdrbuzzard » Wed Dec 30, 2015 1:07 pm

not sure if the one you bought is the same one my friend jyj has but my 1200 wing is not very stable on it
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Re: Motorcycle lift

Postby HALBUDD » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:57 pm

Hay Doc the one I got is the big table lift with the steel plate on the rear that you can take out to work on the rear tire. And the rear end,the table is rated for a 1000 pounds and has the foot pump to raise it up. It also has wheels under it so I can move the table where I need it and then turn the stabilizer bolts down to keep it from moving around. When I get it put together I ll post some pics and let you all see it.-------------------------------Hal


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