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Old 12-02-2008, 07:37 PM   #1
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Old 12-02-2008, 07:38 PM   #2
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id rather have the one of the blondes...


but non the less...very cool!
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Old 12-02-2008, 07:42 PM   #3
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its already on wheels.

how much easier would you like to make it to steal?
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its already on wheels.

how much easier would you like to make it to steal?
My wife and I will be buying a house with a 3 car garage. So both of our motos will be in the 3rd garage. Unless someone REALLY wants to break in through our garage, I think it'll just make it easier to wheel around.....just being lazy, i can kickstand spin our bikes.
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Old 12-02-2008, 09:29 PM   #5
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Cool concept but i dont know if i would use it
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Old 12-02-2008, 09:30 PM   #6
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$120 or just kick it in neutral... hummm.....
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I admit it is a good idea... especially for a shop w a lot of bikes on the shop floor to move around...


But even in a garage... lock it up!!!! cable lock and disc lock...

a door isn't alot of deterant... especially if people see several bikes... that is an even more worthwhile endevour....
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To with the blonde bimbo, I'll take the ZX-10R please
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Its a pretty sweet idea. That would be perfect for those tiny one car apartment garages.
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that would be awesome for a lazy person like me to have while working on it... i assume
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UH........no. Think about the balance on a bike that is on the sidestand. Now imagine rolling that thing to the right and hitting something small on the shop floor. The dolly stops, but the bike doesn't. BANG! Broken fairings, broken windscreen, etc. I have had bikes for 25 years and have never seen the need for something like that..... I still don't. I can roll it anywhere I need it to go on it's tires. Besides, it (the dolly) just takes up valuable floor space. I wouldn't need to use it enough to warrant losing the real estate in the garage or spending the money. I would then have a Pitbull New Front stand, Pitbull rear stand and the silly 7 foot long dolly PLUS all of the other in my garage. Thanks, but no thanks.
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I have had bikes for 25 years and have never seen the need for something like that..... I still don't. .
Didn't you drop your bike from getting off on the wrong side?
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there was something like this at the cycle world motorcycle show. it was way smaller. it looked better. and worked really well!
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Didn't you drop your bike from getting off on the wrong side?
Yeah, but that's a different kind of dumbazz move entirely! Also, it got me the new dark smoke Double Bubble windscreen!
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I couldn't justify buying one. It's easy enough to move them around as it is or kickstand spin them. It would be good for tight spaces.
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