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A couple people have ask me for the pics of LUV2KRZ's lift adapter.
They are posted in my personal gallery. (For those newbies click on the link to the left that say's "HogSlayers Gallery")
The sears lift will work Runeski, barely! The bike has to be held up straight without someone sitting on. I hope this helps, it hurt a little
pulling most of my custom paint pics out of my gallery, but for you guys
I'll tuff it out!
 

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Adapter Drawings

I've added two specification drawings to my album, just click on it in this post and you can get the dimensions needed to make an adapter out of 2x3 lumber or if you're good with steel on from square and flat stock.
 

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Hey HogSlayer/LUV2KRZ
I can't see the pics...only the dreaded X on your post.... Can you email them to me at [email protected] if possible ... Also luv2krz... can you email your pics and specs too... I must be late and they are not on the gallery I look at...Thanks to both of you..
Rich Oas
 

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I've posted all the pics of the lift adapter that I have, go to Photo Post and select Member Galleries then search for Hogslayer1. I've used this adapter 3 times and it works well. Hint: you should of course use a tie down strap, remove the seat and remove side/tranny covers if you have them on your bike, so the tie down strap doesn't rub them.
 

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U da man HogSlayer... Thanks for including the tape rule in the pics... It appears that the monoshock support is about 3" high ... and I assume the rest is made with 2" x 2" lumber. Will tie down for sure.. :D
 
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