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Peter_Skov

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Does anybody know this product?

http://www.on-bike.com/motorbike-lift-eazyrizer-original-red

I find it very interesting, but haven't spoken to anyone with 1. hand experience, apart from the salesman.


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Dai

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I wouldn't trust it - there's far too much potential for it to fall over if you're trying to undo a particularly sticky nut. For not a lot more you can buy a full hydraulic bench.


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RicK G

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The principle of it is good but I would want a lot bigger footprint of the contraption and would want to see how they are held onto the lift, I think they just balance but I may be wrong. It doesn't look very stable to me.
I have a good stand and for a similar price.


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Peter_Skov

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acutely I can get a hydraulic bench cheaper, so that not the point.

The bike is secured to the lifter, so it don't balance on top.


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Two Wheels Better

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I don't know the EazyRizer product, but we use something similar in our workshop for bikes with no centre stand when you need both wheels off the ground. It slides into the swingarm pivot on bikes like the S1000RR, ratchets up and down and actually balances quite well. I will see if I can get a piccie of it in action today.


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RT

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My local pub has a machine in the mens room that sells easy riders, some sort of one fingered spikey glove as far as I can see.


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Kyle10

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@RT wrote:My local pub has a machine in the mens room that sells easy riders, some sort of one fingered spikey glove as far as I can see.
Saw that too. Sized in Small, Medium, Large and Liars


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Two Wheels Better

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Bursig tools

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More stable than it looks.

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@RT wrote:My local pub has a machine in the mens room that sells easy riders, some sort of one fingered spikey glove as far as I can see.
Gloves!? And here I was all this time thinking that this chewing gum tastes funny!


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robmack

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I read that it's actually safe and quite stable.  I have a hydraulic variation of this lift in my garage.  I made a couple of adapter plates to accommodate my two bikes.  It raises the bike to over 4 feet from the floor, making working on it very convenient.  The lift stores against the wall with a very small footprint, unlike a table lift.  The only downside is reduced access to the right side where the pillar is located.
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RT

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Hey Robmack, what is the name of the color of your bike, I really like that.


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robmack

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@RT wrote:Hey Robmack, what is the name of the color of your bike, I really like that.
The paint color on my bike is ‘ElfenBien’, or Elephant Ivory, more commonly called ‘Bavarian Crème’ and is softer than the original ‘Dover White’ found commonly on the /2 models of the era. The color is OEM, and was used on /2′s as well as the infamous ‘James Bond’ R1200C.  The BMW code for the Elfenbein colour is 732.  My local Canadian paint dealer, Paint Circuit, has the colour on file.  It is formula 56484.


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billtr96sn

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You say it blocks access to the right, but, surely, if you need access to the right, put the lift on the left?


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Peter_Skov

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I have made a order, so I'll give a review wenn I get it.


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