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Old 03-26-2019, 10:52 PM   #1
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New lift! I love it!

I think all of these lifts are made in China in a single sweatshop and they slap different brand stickers on them to sell. Grinchy gave me a hand putting it together and in no time it was "up" and working!









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Old 03-27-2019, 04:14 AM   #2
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looks just like the one I have, don't remember the brand but I have had it for about 5-6yrs. there is no substitute for having a good lift
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Old 03-27-2019, 06:36 AM   #3
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Would it be possible in a two car garage to drive my jeep over and let it stay in my side of the garage?
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Old 03-27-2019, 06:38 AM   #4
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After you lifted it you were adjusting things. Looks like a lot of work. Mine would've been on both stands by then Just playing dude. Bawler!!!
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Would it be possible in a two car garage to drive my jeep over and let it stay in my side of the garage?
Yes, for sure.
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Lifts are great at home. Put one of those self locking wheel chocks up front to make life a lot easier securing the bike. I cannibalized a Condore and bolted it to mine.
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Lifts are great at home. Put one of those self locking wheel chocks up front to make life a lot easier securing the bike. I cannibalized a Condore and bolted it to mine.
Good idea.
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I added the wheel chocks....leave bikes there for weeks. Had a platform made to ride up and work on bikes...bought a HF few months ago and it's a back saver.
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I think all of these lifts are made in China in a single sweatshop and they slap different brand stickers on them to sell. Grinchy gave me a hand putting it together and in no time it was "up" and working!
Congrats, this is awesome Chris!
Can you please PM me the details where you ordered it from?
I need one of those real bad... My bad back can't take anymore...
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I got it on eBay, but that's the "manufacturer".
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Do you think the side extension is a good upgrade to have?
Does it detaches easily?
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