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    Senior Member 2Stroke's Avatar
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    I looked at this picture and thought to myself

    "Self you need to clean the shop" Didn't realize what a mess it has gotten over the last month till I looked at this picture I took today.

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    quite correct, and with that nifty rollable work stand under it you could push that hideous fairy shitbox out to the kerb and not even need to refit the wheels.

    how much was stand and where doth one get one? do you know the brand?
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    Hahaha I knew i'd get no love for the Harley, but in SK where the roads can go on for 100's of km's in a strait line, a cruiser is key. The stand is from a Nationwide company called Canadian Tire, I think it was $139 CND, it's held up well. you can't see it in this picture but there is a fixed 4 foot handle to move it around, the others that I looked at from harbor frieght and Princess Auto didn't have the handle.

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    my "cruiser" is self supporting



    but the rollable aspect would be a bonus for certain jobs on others in the fleet. particularly any of the bastards without a centre stand. how deep does it sink as i think i'll need blocks up under the ones with 4 into ones.

    your shop is not cluttered. trust me on this one.
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    Ya funny think about those cruisers or bikes in general, tires are kinda needed.

    Had to go look it up, but lift range is 4-5/8" to 14-1/2" my Harley is low and I am able to get it under with a 2x4 chunk on it.
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    quote:Originally posted by engel

    quite correct, and with that nifty rollable work stand under it you could push that hideous fairy shitbox out to the kerb and not even need to refit the wheels.
    hahahahaha

    'old hooligan...

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    That lift looks kind of like the one Harbor freight sells...

    http://www.harborfreight.com/lightwe...ift-94715.html

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    This thread should be deleted. Fake messy garage. This is a messy garage.

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    i had one when i owned an harley


    i got over it.
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    Ya the handle on this lift is longer and has a T-handle on it. My shop is for sure not cluttered, just in need of a cleaning.
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