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"AFAB Motorcycle Lift Building Guide"

I would like to thank you in advance for taking the time to read this. Before we get started about the "AFAB Motorcycle Lift Building Guide", I would like to talk to you a little about motorcycle lifts in general.

If you own a Harley (or any other bike), you need one of these. It doesn't matter if you build your own or buy one already finished, this is one of the best accessories you can own. You will use this more than you have ever thought possible. You will use it when you service your bike, when you clean your bike, and when you pack it for a trip. Some guys I know actually put their bike up on their lift and just look at it. I really can't put it into words. Having a lift for your bike comes under the heading "If you have to ask you would not understand."

Now that we have that out of the way lets talk about the "AFAB Motorcycle Lift Building Guide" and how it came about.

I was looking at lifts in the shops and magazines. I could see this was something that I really could use. The only problems I was having were the materials that they were made of and the price tag.

They just didn't seem heavy enough for a big bike. I ride a full dressed Harley. When it is packed for travel it pushes the 1000 pound figure without riders. I didn't want my bike hanging up in the air on some wimp-ass lift.

That's when it dawned on me - They have to ship these, so they make them as light as possible. Some of the higher priced ones are put together nicely and have some added features. But the bottom line is, if you have access to a welder, a drill and a few hand tools, or have a buddy who does, you can build a better lift that is "too heavy to ship" and save yourself a bunch of money.

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My Bike on the AFAB Motorcycle Lift                     My Bike on the AFAB Motorcycle Lift

I've seen enough, take me to the How to Order Page.

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