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That's a decent looking dolly and looks like it could really come in handy. I have the pro craftsman (yellow) lift @ 149.00 and a harbor freight stand w/wheels @ 40.00 and works great for me. I had a hard time deciding between the pepsx stand vs hf stand though, I chose the dolly factor on the hf w/no regrets.
 

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jd carter said:
That's a decent looking dolly and looks like it could really come in handy. I have the pro craftsman (yellow) lift @ 149.00 and a harbor freight stand w/wheels @ 40.00 and works great for me. I had a hard time deciding between the pepsx stand vs hf stand though, I chose the dolly factor on the hf w/no regrets.
I don't suppose you have a link to that perchance? This is the closest one I could find on Harbor Freight.

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/displayitem.taf?Itemnumber=95896
 

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Bill-the-Cat said:
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/d ... mber=94778[/url]

I got mine on sale for I think $24.99 or something like that and it's one of the best purchases I've made for my cycle. I don't understand why others prefer to pay more for similar products w/o casters. This stand is rock-solid and completely mobile. I use it for my VTX as well as my ATVs when I'm working on them.

Good luck!

Brian
 

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b88miller said:
Bill-the-Cat said:
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/d ... mber=94778[/url]

I got mine on sale for I think $24.99 or something like that and it's one of the best purchases I've made for my cycle. I don't understand why others prefer to pay more for similar products w/o casters. This stand is rock-solid and completely mobile. I use it for my VTX as well as my ATVs when I'm working on them.

Good luck!

Brian[/quote:3t3rai00]

No booing here. That thing is rock steady. I bought one for my dad along with the same Craftsman pro lift and the two work great. The stand even features tie downs if you are going to leave it on the stand for a while and want added peace of mind. I can say though you really don't need em. We had my bike up on it for most of the day this last Saturday while installing some aftermarket parts and it was solid. I highly recommend this setup.
 
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