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Wheel lifts

20 Sep 2020 05:11
yamahahaha
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Wheel lifts #1
I'm thinking about buying a wheel lift to get the front and/or rear tire off the ground. Any recommendations ??????

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20 Sep 2020 06:40
KennyV
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I have a Pit Bull. I've had it for 10 or 12 years, I use a lot, it works great. I think there's a lot of different brands out there.


71 Z50 Minitrail
72 RT2
74 250A
20 CB500X Halfrica Twin

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20 Sep 2020 06:53
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I have drawn lines on mine for different bikes,




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72 RT2
74 250A
20 CB500X Halfrica Twin

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20 Sep 2020 07:25
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Pit Bull is a good brand... or at least good people... A few years ago I was trying to research the current Bonneville Land Speed record in the 175 class that had "Pit Bull Racing" listed as the owner... only info on the bike was "Honda"... record was set a few years ago.

I sent Pit Bull an email and the general manager contacted me very quickly... They used a Honda NSR150 found on Craigslist to set the 175 production class record... broke the record first run off the trailer... rider was the wife of the president/owner of Pit Bull. Manager said previous record was also held by an NSR150 as far as he knew. He sent me the pictures and info I was looking for.

NSR150 is on the left.



P.S. For those that don't know, NSR150 is a two stroke Honda never sold in the US.

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