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Old 05-31-2014, 11:09 AM   #1
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Great Moto Dolly From Harbor Frieght + 25%

just came back from harbor freight on highway 6 and got the motorcycly dolly they have on sale for 79.99. came back and built it and im so glad i got it. is amazing and so much easier to move my bike in and out of my storage unit. i ended up getting it for 64.99 cause of a 25% code i had which is 54708713

def recommend if you have to park your bike in tight spaces and makes the moving process that much simple.
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Old 06-02-2014, 04:02 PM   #2
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Do you give them this coupon code when they ring you out?

Or do you order this online and pick-up at the store?

I have never shopped here before but have heard good things.

Thanks.
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Old 06-02-2014, 04:26 PM   #3
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You'll pay shipping if you order online. Go to the store and buy it. Better hurry, though. That 25% code probably expires very soon. They stopped printing those coupons a few months ago and went to 20% coupons instead.
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Old 06-02-2014, 06:34 PM   #4
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Do you give them this coupon code when they ring you out?

Or do you order this online and pick-up at the store?

I have never shopped here before but have heard good things.

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you can go to the store and just tell them you have a code and they will type it in the register.
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Just picked mine up. Code still works. Super happy. Many thanks for the post.
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Old 06-03-2014, 03:34 PM   #6
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Just picked mine up. Code still works. Super happy. Many thanks for the post.
no problem glad you were able to get one, since i got mine it makes it so much easier to get mine in and out of storage
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what is this for? maintenance? storage? or do you run this up a ramp? it says for "easily one person loading" of your motorcycle but i am wondering, where do you load it? i could see using this if i stored my bike in an apartment, or needed to long term store it in a storage garage or something.
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what is this for? maintenance? storage? or do you run this up a ramp? it says for "easily one person loading" of your motorcycle but i am wondering, where do you load it? i could see using this if i stored my bike in an apartment, or needed to long term store it in a storage garage or something.
It allows me to quickly move the bike around my parked car when getting in / out of the garage.

Here is a video:
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Can't believe you were riding around your garage like that without all the gear ! ! ! ! ! !
You obviously don't care if you wipe out on that concrete.
Tennies too. Don't come crying around MH when you grind off your toes when you lose it on your garage floor like that!


I stopped in the new HF on NASA Rd 1. They had the price ticket on the bin, but there weren't any left. I was going to buy one.
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Can't believe you were riding around your garage like that without all the gear ! ! ! ! ! !
You obviously don't care if you wipe out on that concrete.
Tennies too. Don't come crying around MH when you grind off your toes when you lose it on your garage floor like that!


I stopped in the new HF on NASA Rd 1. They had the price ticket on the bin, but there weren't any left. I was going to buy one.

Sorry. I meant to say "Here's a video that someone else made". I always suit up with my 1-piece, helmet, gloves, and full boots when I move my motorcycle around in the garage.
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ill go to the store here in illinois, hopefully they have it here
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ill go to the store here in illinois, hopefully they have it here
yeah you should call before hand if not its 6.99 for shipping i think
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I have had one for a few years now and they are great. Shove it right up against the wall. Would suggest putting down both ramps when pulling the bike on as it can slip otherwise. I have to push mine on as it is too far to the ground when on the ramp. Still easy.
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