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Bike lift stand



Looking to purchase a bike lift stand to get the bike high up off the floor

any feedback or suggestions 


the 3 I have been looking at are 

1 Abba skylift 

2 Clarke CML5

3 Easyrizer  Red




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On 3/19/2021 at 1:45 AM, Stevoh said:

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Where did you hold the bike at the rear part of the stand? 

Is it supporting the bike at the foot pegs brackets? 


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I have the same one as Stevoh and find it perfect for getting both wheels of the ground. Cheap and does the job.


The last time i looked Abba do not make a kit for the T7 so I would doubt that you could use the skylift as it looks as if it uses the bikestand as well.

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I have the harbor freight lift, looks almost exactly like the Clarke one, easily lifts the bike up high enough for wheel and chain maintenance. I lock it at the second position, wheels are a few inches off the ground, it could go a little higher but that would just increase the instability since the jack base is small.  I use two straps from the crash bars to help prevent tipping.



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