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Old 02-25-2012, 12:11 PM
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I have the Harbor Frieght yellow jack $59+ tax or shipped direct to you $6.99 s&h with the coupon .
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Old 02-25-2012, 12:18 PM
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Best bike lift I have is a sissor jack and 2 4x4's and a side walk. Thats all you really need.
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Old 02-25-2012, 11:17 PM
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I like the Harbor freight lift. Not only for the low price, but it looks like it will lift the bike much higher.

Do the Harbor Freight lift "feet" fold up when not in use, or they fixed position feet?
The feet are fixed by way of 2 bolts per side. I just slide the feet & forks under a table keeping the unit out of my way. Works for me
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I have the Harbor Freight foor pump table lift which I got for around $299.00 or so. Best money I have spent on a motorcycle specific tool so far.
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I researched quite a few lifts on the market and most of them I wouldn't trust putting my bike on. The reviews mostly pointed toward J&S with Pit Bull not far behind. I ended up buying the J&S Lift and wasn't disappointed at all. The engineering, quality, and safety made it worth the $400 price tag. It came in just days from order and was assembled in minutes. I'm very happy with J&S.
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Got this Craftsman off of Craig's list for $75 bucks and wouldn't be without out it.
Wow! Have ever changed my tune about the craftsman Jack. It worked ok, but, no comparison to the J&S that replaced it......
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Old 02-20-2015, 10:46 AM
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Old thread, but here goes.

My sweet wife got this for my Christmas, this year:
Atlas Cycle Lift XLT
http://www.gregsmithequipment.com/Atlas-Cycle-Lift-XLT

Not a Handy, but didn't cost as much & for the money, is a good lift.
Got this to go with it:
http://www.gregsmithequipment.com/Atlas-Motorcycle-Jack

Already have Lowrider up on it & works great! I like not having to sit or squat to work on the bike & can adjust the work height to suit my needs.


Ride Safe,
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As crazy expensive as they are, I may end up with one of these before next winter.


http://ultimatecyclelifts.com/index.html


My garage is 22 feet wide and I try to park an SUV and a car in it with a motorcycle between the two. It's doable but is a really tight squeeze. In the summer one vehicle can set outside (and it's not the bike). In the winter that is not an option. With this option one of the cars could park under the bike and it won't be such a tight squeeze parking next to it. Parking the bike crossways in front of a vehicle is not an option as the garage is not deep enough for that. I have to be very careful that the car door doesn't contact the bike when I open it. I usually make the passenger exit the vehicle before I enter the garage. It's crazy expensive but may solve a storage issue for me in addition to being a really good lift. More Harley tax.

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harbor freight
have been using it for years,works fine can't beat the price
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As crazy expensive as they are, I may end up with one of these before next winter.


http://ultimatecyclelifts.com/index.html


My garage is 22 feet wide and I try to park an SUV and a car in it with a motorcycle between the two. It's doable but is a really tight squeeze. In the summer one vehicle can set outside (and it's not the bike). In the winter that is not an option. With this option one of the cars could park under the bike and it won't be such a tight squeeze parking next to it. Parking the bike crossways in front of a vehicle is not an option as the garage is not deep enough for that. I have to be very careful that the car door doesn't contact the bike when I open it. I usually make the passenger exit the vehicle before I enter the garage. It's crazy expensive but may solve a storage issue for me in addition to being a really good lift. More Harley tax.
That's just odd seeing the bike just hanging over the car...
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