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Old 12-08-2013, 03:02 PM   #11
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Wheelchair lifts are not designed to cope with the length of a motorcycle so the leverage comes into play, it is not just a simple matter of capacity.

If there is enough space between the frame rails I may design and build an electric four post vertical lift to go in this space, it could be quite cool.
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Just a thought, I know of a School District thats going to be surplusing ( Crushing) a bus with a elevator in it, it's if I remember right about 6ft wide has 2 swinging doors in front of it
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Wheelchair lifts are not designed to cope with the length of a motorcycle so the leverage comes into play, it is not just a simple matter of capacity.

If there is enough space between the frame rails I may design and build an electric four post vertical lift to go in this space, it could be quite cool.
With little modification it will do the job just fine. The basics are already there.

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