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By *asher11 OP   Man  over a year ago

market harborough

just ordered a bike lift for my garage guess i'll be spending a lot of time in there

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By *ichardbyronMan  over a year ago

Ludham

Well worth having, your will now enjoy poking about in the dark undersides of your bike. I've never regreted pinching mine.

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By *asher11 OP   Man  over a year ago

market harborough

looks like the enfields going on first its the lightest to push on on my own

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By * and BCouple  over a year ago

Durham


"looks like the enfields going on first its the lightest to push on on my own "

Last time I needed a push I was on the swings in the park

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By *asher11 OP   Man  over a year ago

market harborough


"looks like the enfields going on first its the lightest to push on on my own

Last time I needed a push I was on the swings in the park "

i know youve been swinging along while didn;t realise you started that early lol

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By * and BCouple  over a year ago

Durham


"looks like the enfields going on first its the lightest to push on on my own

Last time I needed a push I was on the swings in the park i know youve been swinging along while didn;t realise you started that early lol"

Been swinging 4 years and 3 months now but was on the swings just before all this virus started. Having withdrawal not being able to go to the park and play on the swing with the Grandkids. Staying safe

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By *asher11 OP   Man  over a year ago

market harborough

It's the young kids I feel sorry for spent years trying to get my nephews and nieces off there computers and out in the fresh air only to tell them now they must stay inside

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By *ernowsttn66Man  over a year ago

Truro

Which lift did you go for? Ive been looking for a little while waiting for a quality SH one.. may have to bite the bullet and go new.

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By *ariemike11Couple  over a year ago

Aberdeenshire

Don’t go too small there are lifts out there that are too short more for mopeds. You can get bike on short bike lifts but if you have a Centre stand impossible to get onto centre stand

Mine is a Sealy and too short so got welder out and lengthened

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By *asher11 OP   Man  over a year ago

market harborough

its a switZer 1000lb lift seems solid enough but i've only tried the enfield on it so far only problem i can find is that when you fully raise it it goes backwards nearly 2 foot so you need plenty of room behind it £350 off ebay delivered trouble is i've now got a pallet and a packing case to dispose of and the tips shut

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By *ernowsttn66Man  over a year ago

Truro

Thanks for info. I've been looking at the Clarke and Sealey, but will check the other out too.

Its hopefully going to be a one time purchase. If any good ones come up 2nd hand, they're soon gone.

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By *asher11 OP   Man  over a year ago

market harborough

I was looking for second hand but they are big and heavy need at least a transit and 2 blokes to move one least you will be 2m apart if you get hold of both ends

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By *cd and scruffCouple  over a year ago

Rochester

Made my own. Designed to fit my workshop. If you can weld its quite easy and very satisfying

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