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04 January 2016 - 12:05 AMUpdated with another 2006 ZX10R which I am breaking which is a road / track bike with some nice trick bits on it :thumbsu:
02 January 2016 - 04:27 PMI've watched some of it. Quite enjoyed the bits I have seen.
26 December 2015 - 03:04 PMMerry Crimbo folks :thumbsu:
12 December 2015 - 08:50 PMGood colour choice :thumbsu:
29 November 2015 - 11:09 PMJust thought I'd give you all an update on this. I ended up going with a product called "Big Blue" by On-Bike and here it is in use:
It is able to go from ground level to just above waist level and anywhere inbetween. It is just powered with a drill of your choice to go up and down so no cables and stuff dragged around. The lift supports under the bottom of the exhaust headers and then also underneath the footpegs. The footpegs then have u-clamps over them to keep it really stable.
The photos show the remnants of a 2004 GSXR 1000 K4 that I broke on the stand, using it for the first time. I took the bodywork off before putting it on the stand, then the rest of the bike was stripped down to what you see while it was all on the stand. Wheels off, forks out, swingarm off, shock out etc etc.
Pretty impressive really and super solid and secure :thumbsu: And it will lift anything from a 125 right up to big ass cruisers like Rocket III and 1800 Goldwings too.