|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|Dec 26th, 2005 7:37 am|
Originally Posted by tvguy
|Dec 25th, 2005 11:22 pm|
What are you doing to that bike???? Now I know what my bike looks like under all that tupperware. Now, I am really afraid to take it apart!!!!
|Dec 25th, 2005 9:37 am|
|murray||One more pic. Note the heavy construction of the lift. Note how grungy I look after pulling the clutch. Those BMW techs earn there money working on these beasts.|
|Dec 25th, 2005 9:30 am|
Originally Posted by pavehawkfe
|Dec 25th, 2005 8:59 am|
I really don't think with the current jack that is being used with the Harbor Freight lift that you would be able to. If someone has accomplished this, it sure would be nice.
|Dec 24th, 2005 9:44 pm|
|CarSalesman||Can you rig it up to run on compressed air? I've seen some of the foot pedal type that took a *lot* of pedaling.|
|Dec 24th, 2005 6:46 pm|
I compared its looks and construction to a couple of other brands and with my untrained eye I really couldn't justify the extra expense. I think a lot of folks are just in that "you get what you pay for" frame of mind. Personally, I've had a lot of those "I didn't get what I paid for" transactions. Time will tell.
|Dec 24th, 2005 6:28 pm|
Rob has one and we have been using it at our NorCal tech sessions. No problems.
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|Dec 24th, 2005 6:24 pm|
Went And Bought It
Well, after searching and searching for any documented failures of the Harbor Freight Motorcycle Lift Stand I went ahead and bought it. It was on sale for $299.00 and I received a 20% off coupon in the mail so it was only $240.00. Other than a "I heard about", if anyone could point me in the direction of an actual failure of any sort I sure sould appreciate the link to read about it myself. If not, then after I use it for the first couple of times I will give a full report back.