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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Ah right... Abba could be the one possibly then.

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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Rear stand makes stable enough jump on off no bother like
    my pic was day it arived iv changed front stand to flat plate style now and always rear stand it once its in for the day
    easy ta work on clean ext at waist hight

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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Quote Originally Posted by stuartb View Post
    All good info there lads.. I'm liking that Abba for two reasons Gixxer.. 1 working Height... 2 It's wheel free. Will it lift the machine without removing fairings first and what is the access to fairing fasteners if thats a yes.

    Wheels off is a must as I do my own brakes..discs C and Sprockets etc and good for adjusting head bearings if required..
    Yes it will without fairing removal but som can be awkward to get off.
    Perfect for wheel removal type jobs.
    Can also get different adapters for other bikes.


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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    You need a wheeled paddock stand as the bike can't roll back to lift
    Mines a machine mart.....no problems and it's 8 years old

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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Hereís mine when my garage was a bit tidier.





    Iíve changed the front wheel chick to the same one as plphones bolted direct to the metal plate. Much more secure when pushing the bike on.

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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Jimmy what is this front clamp change... where do you get that from...

    I might come see yours at weekend if your about...

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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    The one in the first pic is the one that came with the ramp. I have removed it and put one of the "roll into" type clamps on it like the one in plphones photo.

    Don't bother coming over this weekend , I'm out, ehhhhhhh washing my hair, emmmmm visiting lepers in India.

    Oh f13k it, aye I'll be here, the kettle will be on standby, lol.

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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Yer teas shite anyhow... might jump over Sunday if your about. I'll bell you see where your at... that Sky lift that Gixxers got looks braw too... I am drawn to a ramp for some reason...maybe cos I worked under them for years..


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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Might punt my 1 Jac if whatever I go for works well..

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    Re: Clarke Bike Lift

    Quote Originally Posted by stuartb View Post
    I am drawn to a ramp for some reason...maybe cos I worked under them for years..
    Can see why you gave it up......



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