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Old 06-25-2012, 11:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I get super coupons because I pay to be an insider at Harbor Freight.

Here's a link to the lift coupon for 80 bucks if anybody wants it

Works great BTW...

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If this doesn't work, I could probably forward the email to anyone who wants it.
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It's an awesome lift! It'll lift both wheels off the ground with no problems. When they opened a store near me I got one for I think $59 - $65 incld tax.
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Old 06-25-2012, 11:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah, every once in awhile I'll get a coupon for $69.95, but that's only about twice a year. $79.95 is still 40 bucks off, so that's a pretty sweet deal. If you don't get super coupons, it's on sale for $99.95, which is nice, but it ain't no 40 bucks off.

I've been told it's the same one as Sears/Craftsman, but I can't confirm that. I know mine rocks though
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Old 06-25-2012, 11:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I get super coupons because I pay to be an insider at Harbor Freight.

Here's a link to the lift coupon for 80 bucks if anybody wants it

Works great BTW...

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If this doesn't work, I could probably forward the email to anyone who wants it.
I have been spending too much money...how many common uses does this lift have? Is it worth having?
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I have the craftsman lift, same thing..I use it for anything I do on the bike. Get you one of those little seats with 4 small wheels and you lift the bike and the motor is right there, makes cleaning the wheels a snap..any work really is easier on a jack, if you change your own tires, its the only way to go, best tool I bought for the warrior!
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Allright, it is very cool but if lifting your Warrior is the only thing you need it for someone here can show you how to do it with a 2X6 and a water pipe! I almost thought about taking my lift back, but decided to keep it. Maybe someone here can help find the post.
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Thank you for the coupon!
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If you do ANY work on your bike, it's easier if the bike is up in the air. And as noted, if you have a rolly shop stool, then you just scoot around the bike while you polish, rewire, whatever. It gets old being down on your knees to work on stuff.
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i have one from Canadian Tire and they work great for changing or cleaning wheels.got mine on sale for 69.95....
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Allright, it is very cool but if lifting your Warrior is the only thing you need it for someone here can show you how to do it with a 2X6 and a water pipe! I almost thought about taking my lift back, but decided to keep it. Maybe someone here can help find the post.
That was funny.

I prefer to use a butchers hook, a pulley, three large dogs and a towing strap, works good and amuses the dogs.

Oh yeah, works great and I can really clean the wheels.
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