Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Calgary Alberta Canada
Funny you should post this, I am in the same predicament. Have removed axle and spacers. Have the frame jack under the bike, have yet to remove the wheel chock. To top it all off i have the the lift in a corner of the shop so that I can still put in a company vehicle when the weather drops to -20 or so. So my front and left side access is very limited.
I was thinking that next time I need to do this of rolling the bike on backwards without the wheel chock on. This will take 2 people but then the second person can place the frame jack under the bike and lift the front end ever so slightly, strap the bike down overtop of the battery after taking the seat off. Raise the lift and remove the back section of the lift where you would normally remove the rear tire. Sound plausible?
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