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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-10-2013, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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I have a $299 coupon for a Harbor Freight table bike lift that ends this Friday (6/14/13). I don't normal buy anything from them that I want to last. It's rated at a 1000#. I can't get down on my knees anymore to work on the bike cause both are replaced now and concrete and titanium don't mix. Any suggestions or comments about this lift before I buy one would be greatly welcomed.
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I have a $299 coupon for a Harbor Freight table bike lift that ends this Friday (6/14/13). I don't normal buy anything from them that I want to last. It's rated at a 1000#. I can't get down on my knees anymore to work on the bike cause both are replaced now and concrete and titanium don't mix. Any suggestions or comments about this lift before I buy one would be greatly welcomed.
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Never used/owned one, I have checked 'em out in store. Seemed solid, well made, designed/manufactured fine, it met my satisfaction. I would not hesitate to buy, but I do not maintain a garage/work shed to put it in.

I purchased the H-F (Red) -Non Table- lift. Very satisfied. Vertical lift is 39" .

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Thanks for the reply. I'm looking at the table incase I have to do an engine pull on either the bike or the 1 of the 2 four wheelers, otherwise I would buy the jack also.
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Thanks for the reply. I'm looking at the table incase I have to do an engine pull on either the bike or the 1 of the 2 four wheelers, otherwise I would buy the jack also.
It would be great as a bike Clean/Polish Table also.
How high does it lift ?


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Splines Lubed - 11/4/2012 - MF AGM Battery
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Dampers went out @ 13+K !
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WilliamTech, I'm thinking it was 31 inches. Getting replies now from another forum I'm on and 4 people said they have had theirs for up to 5 years trouble free. The pump durability was my main concern. But I do have a 12 volt electric screw jack from a camper that might just get engineered...........
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It would be great as a bike Clean/Polish Table also.
But the looks of my bike I don't do that.................



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Yeh, right!! DIRT! YOU SAID DIRT! WHERE!!!!
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NEW TOY IN DA HOUSE YA'LL!!! LOVE IT ALREADY

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Jealous! I wish I had room for one. Stinking kids and their bicycles and toys...

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This table is 7 inches high when all the way down,,,, just low enough to park my dune buggy over the top of it.

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This table is & inches high when all the way down,,,, just low enough to park my dune buggy over the top of it.
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