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Author Topic: Wooden Jack-up motorcycle lift  (Read 27 times)

Offline goldy

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Wooden Jack-up motorcycle lift
« on: Today at 20:02:22 »
I thought there might be a little bit of interest in this. A good friend of mine built one quite a few years ago and has been using it ever since.
I'll include the plans and some pictures. (Click on the attachment for bike lift plans below)
« Last Edit: Today at 20:04:44 by goldy »
1948 Norton ES2
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1956 Triumph TRW
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Offline trek97

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Re: Wooden Jack-up motorcycle lift
« Reply #1 on: Today at 20:18:59 »
It is a nifty unit.

Putting some real faith into the fasteners holding the "plate" the jack arm is pushing against.

« Last Edit: Today at 20:21:06 by trek97 »