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Twocams's picture
VBMWMO #8750
Joined: 03/16/2014
Posts: 704

NOW! I found a Harbor Freight 20% off coupon in the July/Aug. Motorcyclist Mag. Its good till 10/09/18 lift # 68892/69904
Cost $299.99, their web site says $399.99.( no tax in Oregon) Hey thats another $100 bucks off. Yes they will take them.
I know I have heard the whiners. I have had mine for 3 yrs now and best $300 for my bikes. So there is a bolt loose, wow I had to go buy a $4 bottle of hydrolic fluid. Oh and my favorite the wheel cholk wont hold my bike up, it was never made to. Its made to hold the wheel still. I drilled some extra holes in the platform to put tiedowns where I wanted them.
In the winter time I store one of my bikes on top then put a few things around it that I may need threw out the winter. It also make a great table top. You cant make one for $300 and the cylinder alone would cost $150.


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mcsherry1328's picture
VBMWMO #1328
Madison, WI
Joined: 10/27/2006
Posts: 95

Anytime is a good time to buy a lift. I actually have two. One in my garage shop and one in the basement work area. I've never really liked laying on the floor to work on a bike. Several guys I know have the Harbor Freight lift and are very pleased with them. The price sounds very reasonable to me. The Harbor Freight lift is very adequate for any home shop.

Daves79x's picture
VBMWMO #9030
Joined: 08/09/2015
Posts: 336
That Price

That price is as good as I've seen and what I bought mine for 7-8 years ago. It's not robust enough for everyday commercial shop use, but plenty good enough for the hobbyist.




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