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    Motorcycle Lift, using scissorjack.

    I'm posting a link to a scissor jack motorcycle lift I made for hoisting my 380lb XT600 dirtbike,
    the jack I used is a heavier duty version probably used for import pickups, it's gone
    through a few variations over the years and for the sake of safety and stability has
    aquired some extra pieces, it works awesome.

    Motorsports Forum - Homemade Dirtbike Stand.
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    Thanks pursang! I've added your Motorcycle Lift to our Motorcycle, Jacks and Lifts, and Metalworking categories, as well as to your builder page: pursang's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Working mostly on cars, I've come to despise mechanical scissors jacks. Seeing the cool lifts on this site have made me see them in a different light.

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    Thanks Ken, great site you have here !

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    Looks very sturdy and stable. Well designed and fabricated pursang.

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    Thanks Altair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pursang View Post
    Thanks Ken, great site you have here !
    Thanks for the kind words - we really appreciate your contributions!

    Ken


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