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post #1 of 39 Old 09-25-2009, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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Bike Lift?

Thinking about getting a bike lift of some sort. Going to be awhile before I feel like crawling around on the floor again once I get my knee back in shape, and even before I wrecked my knees always hurt after a day wrenching in the garage, even wearing knee pads.

Anybody have a recommedation or experience to share? My initial thought would be something like this: pitbullmotorcyclelifts
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They also have this one: - Harbor Freight Tools - Quality Tools at the Lowest Prices

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I have that one (it works) but few days ago I was considering this one...

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I have the Craftsman version of that first one. It was okay. I was able to get both wheels off the ground when necessary and it could shove over in the corner or stand against the wall. No good for oil changes though.
I eventually bought a ProCycle Motorcycle Lift and it is the absolute greatest.

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I have the Craftsman version of that. It was okay. I was able to get both wheels off the ground when necessary and it could shove over in the corner or stand against the wall. No good for oil changes though.
I eventually bought a DirectLift ProCycle : ProCycle Motorcycle Lift and it is the absolute greatest.
I wouldn't mind that type of lift but my home garage isn't set up for it. Need something more compact and manually operated.

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don't get this one, I looked at them at the store and didn't like them, bad quality.

Look around the net for 20% coupon for HFT, they always have one, and get the aluminum one. I'm currently working on a bracket that will be bolted to the lift and will use a 919's center stand bracket to lift a 919 securely.

Also, what ever you do, do NOT get an aluminum rear stand from HFT, get a steel one

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Those harbor freight items look like they would lift from under the pipes!?!?!?

Are they maybe not designed for a bike like the 919 with the pipes under the frame?

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Those harbor freight items look like they would lift from under the pipes!?!?!?

Are they maybe not designed for a bike like the 919 with the pipes under the frame?
not really for 919 but...............I'm trying to rig it up with Phobstand type setup and lift it by the center stand bracket

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I had the craftsman version of the first one....



I gave it away.

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Ok, just to clarify my needs, I want to be able to lift several different types of bikes with it. This one looks interesting but I can't find a US supplier, all the links are bad.

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I guess it's time for the taxi man to become the new U.S. supplier of the world's safest bike lift!
Do I smell a group buy brewing?

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I guess it's time for the taxi man to become the new U.S. supplier of the world's safest bike lift!
Do I smell a group buy brewing?
I'm never opposed to an opportunity! So far every link I've found is inactive or taken over by another site, not even sure how much it costs. Let's see, 325 British Pounds is about $530, but shipping from the UK would be significant.

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i lift my bike with telekinesis.... its not that hard to do just concentrate...

i did once accidentally throw a bike down the street and up against a tree because i sneezed while levitating it.... but i have since learned to control my powers better... *(unfortunately the neighbors lost 12 cats due to my learning curve...*(and that b.s. about landing on their feet ain't true))..

anyway i digress...

i also use my telekinesis to lift the backs of womens dresses as they walk... let me tell you that makes for a fun day at the park....

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Ok Yoda.

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Ok Yoda.
i am using my mind power to make your knee hurt....





did it work??

see... mail me $200 and i will make it stop...



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haha... my son asked me once... "daddy... whats another word for hard water??"


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Thats a neet lift, I was considering one of these
ProCycle DT Motorcycle Lift
may reconsider but it sounds like you may need different brackets for each bike.

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i have a older version of this one, really nice for the price, plus you can lift any bike with the foot pump, or a small air compressor, which activate the hydralic pump. plus it goes really high so you can polish/remove your wheels standing or lube the chain. works really good. plus you get this and you can start helping your riding buddies out with stuff.

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i have a older version of this one, really nice for the price, plus you can lift any bike with the foot pump, or a small air compressor, which activate the hydralic pump. plus it goes really high so you can polish/remove your wheels standing or lube the chain. works really good. plus you get this and you can start helping your riding buddies out with stuff.
I'm not clear on how that type of lift allows you to remove the wheels? I've seen some with a center lift built in that jacks the bike up off the ramps, this one has some removable plate under the wheels though?

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Yes the rear wheel has a big plate you remove to drop the wheel down and out.

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i have a older version of this one, really nice for the price, plus you can lift any bike with the foot pump, or a small air compressor, which activate the hydralic pump. plus it goes really high so you can polish/remove your wheels standing or lube the chain. works really good. plus you get this and you can start helping your riding buddies out with stuff.
+1

I had that one as well and loved it. Best $299 harbor freight purchase I ever made. I used my Pitbull stands on it inorder to pull wheels. It lifted the bike 3ft off the ground. It was nice to be able to set tools right under the bike.

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Yes the rear wheel has a big plate you remove to drop the wheel down and out.
But then what's holding the back end of the bike up? I don't see any fixtures for holding it by the swingarm(s) or holding it up from the middle. Would you have to use the centerstand (that I don't have)?

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use a race stand or a car jack i have done it both ways. works good for shock/ swingarm removal too. stick a bar through the centerstand holes jack up on that with front end strapped very very solid. to work on front of bike push it on backwards. i recommend 2 people for this untill you get used to it.

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But then what's holding the back end of the bike up? I don't see any fixtures for holding it by the swingarm(s) or holding it up from the middle. Would you have to use the centerstand (that I don't have)?

I used pitbull stands.

You can also use jackstands under the peg brackets or put screwdrivers in the swingarm bolt holes.

You really need to buy some front and rear stands inorder to utilize the lift properly. In the long run, its worth the investment in the lift and stands.

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Ok, thanks for the info. I have a swingarm stand, but it's a cheapie, and I don't think I'd trust the bike's stability with it on a lift. Guess I'd want to weld the spool bungs on the swingarm and get a real stand.

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I have this one and LOVE it!!
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I did buy a better wheel chock for it off of eBay however! I think the stand is on sale right now too! I have had both wheels off at the same time, just used my T-Rex race stands on the lift, worked great! I actually usually have the wheel chock off the lift and just use my race stands, it makes it much easier for cleaning the wheels, adjusting & lubing the chain etc. being able to roll them! The lift is also low enough when down that I can roll my Avalanche over it to park in the garage!


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I like the Handy lifts, spend more, but the quality is there

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Plus lots of cool accessories -

http://www.handyindustries.com/shop/...w.asp?D=1&S=22

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Here is a picture of mine with floating bike!! lol...



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Here is a picture of mine with floating bike!! lol...

I have the same T-rex stands, they work great...just gotta make sure the underside of the swingarm is clean. Had it slip off once

Still love those GPR exhaust!

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Thanks Mike, I love the GPR's as well! The just sound better all the time too! I wish Honda would have seen fit to provide us a location for the buttons on the swingarm!


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Reviving an old thread, finally bought a bike lift yesterday. Harbor Freight, $79.99, works fine for the XR650L, haven't tried it on the street bikes yet.




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...It wasn't being praised enough in that other thread? lol.....

...WOW! That's a nice bike lift, Scott!







...yeah... another time, a different site, i know...




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...It wasn't being praised enough in that other thread? lol.....

...WOW! That's a nice bike lift, Scott!

...yeah... another time, a different site, i know...
Well you know, I thought maybe I could stimulate some conversation in this ghost town by reopening an old thread. What is this other site you speak of?

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That's a nice lift, I saw one just like it on some place that sounds like Roto-Mush. What's that thing rated for Scott?? Lift Capacity in lbs plz, not how many Fatgirls it can lift at a time.

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1000 lbs. Should lift anything I own, although I'm a bit hesitant to try the FJR just for fear of balance and stability issues.

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i used to use one of those on the gpz, which is 550 lbs. Having a tube frame though gives me places to attach the tie-downs for xtra support. Lift + roller seat = less back torture (gotta be careful using the word 'stool' on a forum with these nutjobs - who knows what they'll post )

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i used to use one of those on the gpz, which is 550 lbs. Having a tube frame though gives me places to attach the tie-downs for xtra support. Lift + roller seat = less back torture (gotta be careful using the word 'stool' on a forum with these nutjobs - who knows what they'll post )
And mine is a pneumatic stool!

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