I bought the same basic lift, only with the front wheel vise. It was $399, I think. It also has two lifting options: a foot operated pedal, or an automatic pump powered with compressed air. Mine showed up with damage from shipping to the top plate (it looked like whoever was operating the fork lift was in a hurry) and called Harbor Freight right away. They are sending me a complete new top plate, since I couldn't ship the lift back in the (destroyed) crate.
My garage area is a little tight in the winter months - four one-ton pallets of wood pellets take up a lot of room. To make it easier to ride the bike onto the lift, and to keep it out of the way when not in use, I'm digging up the garage floor and installing the lift into a pit that will put the top plate slightly below floor level when down. I can then cover the pit with a sheet of braced 3/4" plywood and a large rubber garage mat. The pit has recessed edges to accept the plywood, so it will be floor level. When needed, I'll pull the mat and plywood, bolt on the front tire vise, ride the bike onto the lift and raise it.
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2002 K1200LT (going, going, GONE)