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...And it matches that lovely '87 so well! Score!
 

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Good for you man. I want a lift so bad, but I really can’t devote the garage space to it. Maybe I should just pull off the Band-Aid and do it.
 

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I have the same lift from Harbor Freight and did a similar wheel chock on the front( the factory one sucks). Love it, one of the best most handiest things i have ever bought for working on bikes and as a shop tool in general. I use it for all sorts of stuff.



One suggestions for @Redwing24, use the safety bar that slides in the front bracket on the lift. It will help save your hydraulics and prolong their life.
 

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I have the same lift from Harbor Freight and did a similar wheel chock on the front( the factory one sucks). Love it, one of the best most handiest things i have ever bought for working on bikes and as a shop tool in general. I use it for all sorts of stuff.



One suggestions for @Redwing24, use the safety bar that slides in the front bracket on the lift. It will help save your hydraulics and prolong their life.
Yeah man. Ill use my lift for tons of stuff
 
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