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Skye's motorcycle lift project, finally finished
Written by skyeenter on 6/14/2011 at 04:10 am

This is a series of photos of my mc lift project. Started in March and ended on
June 13th. Wheew, finally!

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ipcrc/photos/album/876531466/pic/list

Built this because my knees started giving out and I've got repair projects to
work on.

It's based on a knock off of a Sn*p On lift. Cost about 35% of what that costs.
But still a lot of money.

Would not build another as it's too time consuming and working with heavy metal
wears a person down considerably.

skye

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skyeenter
6/14/2011, 04:10 am
Skye's motorcycle lift project, finally finished
This is a series of photos of my mc lift project. Started in March and ended on June 13th. Wheew, finally! http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ipcrc/photos/album/8765314

    dndgentili
    6/14/2011, 11:10 am
    Skye's motorcycle lift project, finally finished
    Nice job, Skye. You have taken repairs and cleaning to a new level! [:p] (Your knees will thank you!) That heavy metal will take a toll on you. I know -- I've switched to Soft Rock, myself. Beautiful lookin' lift. Good work!!!

    tradewinds1964
    6/14/2011, 12:36 pm
    Skye's motorcycle lift project, finally finished
    Whoever has Skye for a neighbor is a very fortunate person. One of my neighbors needed help rolling up a garden hose and the other I'm still waiting to return my hammer and pipe wrench. Very nice job Skye, you got skills and it looks grea

    leovilher
    6/14/2011, 11:40 pm
    Skye's motorcycle lift project, finally finished
    hi skye, grettings from mexico, can you send me all the information as possible to built my own motorcycle lift, I know that need too much time, but i want to try. thanks a lot. my email: