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Discussion in 'General' started by Viking, Mar 9, 2017.

  1. Viking

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    IMG_1396.JPG Any pros/cons with this lift? I'm heading for Daytona in a few and will hunt for a good deal on a table, this has always been my favorite but would love to hear some hands on experiences. If I get a good enough deal, I'll buy two of them...
     
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    All I've heard about titan is positive I believe from what I've heard they are amongst the top manufacturers ofbike jacks/lifts
     
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    Already posted my other comments in the other thread.

    I like this one. Lift height is 40" fully extended that is plenty good.

    Only question I have is will k9 fit? Without modification? Says table is 102" with their extension. K9 is 108" heel to toe.



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    Yes, there are several mounting options for the front wheel wise, one of them making it perfect for the K-9.
     
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    remember, the K9 is 108/109" from tip to tip, but the back tire doesn't have to be completely over the table. just to the rear axle. if that is a deal breaker.
     
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    I just bolted an extension on the front of mine and moved the wheel clamp forward on it.
     
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    I have heard good stuff on these! Don't have one but next on shopping list.
     
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    I went with the atlas hi lift, about 42" high
    No matter what kind you buy make sure you get the side extentions.
     
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    Ended up with a good deal on a table in Daytona. No side extensions as I do not want or need them. And the table jack that Vette posted will do the trick to make all jobs easy. Super happy, and can't wait to get it here. Thanks for your input, I will post pictures as soon as it gets here.
     
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    Got it delivered today, it's the time before and after. Mrs.Viking helped me assemble it and it is nothing short of awesome. The K-9 had some issues making it up there so a longer ramp will be made for her. I opted for no side extensions but can see why people with shorter inseams than me would opt for them. Just super happy with it and the bagger is on it and due for its first time service. New fluids everywhere and since it is so easy to clean everywhere I might just get that done as well. The new stereo is also here and will be mounted shortly, and with the table it is nothing but a breeze to accomplish anything. I also bought a little scissor lift so any part of the bike will be accessible. Overall I am just super happy with the purchase I did at Daytona.

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    Where did you get it I'm thinking I'll get one soon
     
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    Bought it in Daytona during Bikeweek. $920,- delivered inside my garage. Shipping is what kills the good deals, but for me it ain't worth it to go to some terminal, spend half a day, and then drag it home myself. No hassle delivery for $230,- was an investment well worth it to us. We spent the day at the range while he delivered it and had it up and mounted in no time. The lift is the best I've seen and I have been looking for a while... Get one during Biketoberfest.
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    Looks nice ! I may need to get one
     
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    The K-9 was a perfect fit too, in case some of ya wondered. A few tricks was even learned to have it so high that the scissor lift could fit underneath it. Best investment I've done in a while for sure....



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    Yep table lifts are great. You don't know how good they are till ya get one. Then you wonder how you survived with the other smaller lift.

    It takes a little extra time to get the bike on a lift and setup for wheel changes and whatnot since you need to lift it off the platform with two more jacks but the extra time it takes to do that setup saves you time in the long run from not be all bent over.

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    I bought a scissor jack to use on top of the table. It works great for front or rear wheel work. And yes, the table is awesome, don't think my K-9 has ever been this clean. I drive either bike right on and with the K-9 I put a 2x4 under the rear wheel so as to get the scissor jack under it. Works great and I can do it all single handed.
     
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    I've only found one thing wrong with a table lift...you can't bleed the front brake because the handle bars need to be turned to get the resovoir flat.

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