Got a new lift today

04 Road glide

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Direct lift? I have one its really good ! Some advice... Use a water separator on your compressor. I did not and the air cylinder rusted up inside.Had to rebuild the cylinder.
 

IndyGlide

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Nice lift.. My next lift will be like this one. I like how wide that one is.
I think it's gonna work well for me. It's a little dirty but for the price I paid, I can't complain. The side extensions are removable too for tighter spaces. Plus it's pre drilled for a quick release for my baxley chock whenever the busa needs to be worked on. I don't really like the wheel vise on it and would prefer a chock for the harley. Does anyone have a recommendation on a roll in chock for bigger wheels?
 

torqu

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I need one bad. Ive been thinking of cutting the floor in the garage and flush mounting one. Gonna have to wait till next year. Congrats.
 

Zach

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I posted some pics of that done by a guy on another forum a long time ago. If you do it, the consensus was to use a K&L lift. They have the highest lift of anything on the market. You lose quite a few inches once it's sunk. The K&L still went high enough to not be bent over working on the bike.

Zach

I need one bad. Ive been thinking of cutting the floor in the garage and flush mounting one. Gonna have to wait till next year. Congrats.
 

torqu

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Thanks for the heads up. I know I'm gonna loose the height, it would just make so much sense for me and my small garage.
 

Sinister

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Hey Laxin how do you like your HF lift? I've been eyeing one strictly on price just havent pulled the trigger yet!
 

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