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Old 11-20-2012, 10:26 PM
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Same problem... space I only have a 2 car garage and my wife likes to park her car in there...Guess I'll be bribing her not to when I'm working on the bike.

http://www.harborfreight.com/automot...8892-8495.html

you can print a coupon online that brings it to 299

this code works if you want to order it online #11890073
some people have called and placed the order over the phone and picked it up at the store.
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:13 AM
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did you check out the high position lift?

99887 - $180 - less coupons and tax $152

saw them advertised as low as $149 last year




I may swing away at this one

pros: open bottom access to plugs, height, wheel access, high jack controls

cons: not drive-on, hard to store, potentially flimsy, kinda one sided
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Old 11-21-2012, 06:26 AM
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That thing looks like an oopsie waiting to happen..Im sure it works, Im just not sure I have the balls to have the bike at head height on something designed like that...
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Old 11-21-2012, 07:41 AM
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There is a coupon in the new Easyriders magazine for the Harbor freight model for $299. I picked up a used Handy lift on Craigslist not long ago for about the same money.
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did you check out the high position lift?

99887 - $180 - less coupons and tax $152

saw them advertised as low as $149 last year




I may swing away at this one

pros: open bottom access to plugs, height, wheel access, high jack controls

cons: not drive-on, hard to store, potentially flimsy, kinda one sided

I'm thinking this might be one for me as well. Need to run by HF to check it out on Black Friday to see if it imspires confidence and if they have a local special deal....
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handy lift from handy industries, made in usa powder coat finnish. I love mine.
IMHO Harbor freight= JUNK.
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handy lift from handy industries, made in usa powder coat finnish. I love mine.
IMHO Harbor freight= JUNK.
I've been looking for a SAMII on Craigslist for while, so far, nothing coming around, so the HF high one is slated as interim piece, confident it can be modded for bigger bike, used for lawnmower repairs later. HF stuff is cheesy, just have to split the difference on less used stuff or weigh options


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I've got the HF one and I use it all the time even leave on in the air for days at at a time just put the bar thru there in case the jack fails and have never had a problem with it holding my 12 fltru but that's just mo


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