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Got it for $60. works great very easy to lift. 10661002_10203583816708083_578909500_n.jpg 10634431_10203586512255470_1274080470_n.jpg
 

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After lifting my TW to get my new tires on I decide a lift is needed.
This is one I was looking at was it as easy to use a floor jack on a car/truck?
 

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After lifting my TW to get my new tires on I decide a lift is needed.
This is one I was looking at was it as easy to use a floor jack on a car/truck?
Much easier it took me a few try's to find the center balance point.
 

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This little lift works fine on my TW. Pretty stable. Even had my 800 lb. Valkyrie on it but I used tie-downs. Probably prudent to use tie-downs with the TW also if you are going to be doing some major wrenching.

$80.00 at Harbor Freight with a coupon.

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This little lift works fine on my TW. Pretty stable. Even had my 800 lb. Valkyrie on it but I used tie-downs. Probably prudent to use tie-downs with the TW also if you are going to be doing some major wrenching.

$80.00 at Harbor Freight with a coupon.

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I looked at them I just did not need another large thing in the Garage.
 

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So its safe to lift the tdub from the skid plate pressing up into the bottom of the engine?
Thanks for any info
 

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When I was looking at lifts. I wondered if a lift that would work for riding mower too.
This one

Looks similar to the ones that are dual duty.
 

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So its safe to lift the tdub from the skid plate pressing up into the bottom of the engine?
Thanks for any info
the skid plate is on the frame and very solid no problem.
 

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I often raise Tdub with a floor jack under the skid plate, never a problem as long as one end is tied down to the platform.
 
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I often raise Tdub with a floor jack under the skid plate, never a problem as long as one end is tied down to the platform.
That is how I have been doing it for years but this is easy and cool.
 
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