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post #41 of 43 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by TurcoLoco View Post
I have read the others' feedback on HFT and they were all positive, same as mine. I lifted my Vulcan 900 Custom with no sag at all and it seemed stable enough so that I didn't have to use the straps.
Also at two different heights, there is a dead bolt that secures the lift so even if the lift quit on you while the bike was up, it wouldn't fall down.
It is also easy to move the lift around (when empty) by means of its wheels.

Lifting a bike 2.5' from the ground makes a big difference!
I believe for anyone with a bad/sensitive back, this lift would make even an oil change a snap.

Side note: I noticed my Vmax was not compatible with this lift due to its bottom so I got 2 6' 8x2 wood panels.
I will attach them side by side then put a 16" 4x4 at the end as a wheel stopper or may be bolt something like this at the end.

So, whenever I want, I could convert my side lift into something like this.

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The picture is gone and I'm having trouble conceptualizing this, does anyone have a picture or a video?
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post #43 of 43 (permalink) Old 05-07-2013, 12:06 PM
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Originally Posted by bigblockyeti View Post
The picture is gone and I'm having trouble conceptualizing this, does anyone have a picture or a video?
Which one? All the links appear to be working, could you be more specific please?
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