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SOLD Hydraulic heavy duty motorcycle lift table (1 Viewer)

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Free Member
May 20, 2014
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Devon
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Race van conversion for years
Pity your so far away. :doh:
 

Nasher

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May 6, 2016
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I have a m/c lift. I will say to anyone who finds it ever harder to get down to get dirty - get one!

Way easier to do those low down jobs.

Having been tinkering, building, restoring, etc. motorbikes for over 50 years, I bought one similar to this a couple of years ago.

Within the 1st hour of ownership, I regretted not buying one 50 years ago!

A good buy for someone
 

Dare_Devil_Dennis

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Apr 22, 2017
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Got one 20 years ago. Bought a 2nd hand hydraulic pump (£20) and converted mine to Leccy. Sunk it into a pit under the car port so it is level with the ground. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. No storage problems, no ramp to push the bike up - a joy to use. Great adjustable height bench for all sorts of uses, not just motorbikes. Put a plywood or OSB sheet on top when using as a bench and when lowered into the drive. Bolt or clamp all sorts of hardware, Vice etc to it as required. Good for using with a small table saw, all sorts really.

If you think you need one, buy it. Hire a van and get it home before someone else does! You won't be sorry.

@Jaws have I persuaded you not to sell it yet?

Dennis

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Jaws

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Sep 26, 2008
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have I persuaded you not to sell it yet?
Having retired three years ago I really have no use for it any longer.. It is the last thing left in the workshop and I have given the workshop to my son ( who has immediately junked it up beyond belief ! )

In the process of clearing out the old stores, putting benches round it and racking it.... so no much need for it in there either :)

As I cannot access the new workshop with big bikes, the only thing it would be used for is doing the occasional ped, and that would just be a total waste...
 
Apr 8, 2015
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15 years
Best bit of kit I ever bought (arthritis buster) use it to repair mobility scooters. but makes a good general workbench with a ply top. The one for show is a bargain at half the new price. Mind you don't underestimate the length and weight when you take it home
 

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