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Review eazyriser motorbike lift

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Stukky, Feb 22, 2015.

  1. #1 Stukky, Feb 22, 2015
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2015
    Hi all

    Decided to get an eazy rizer red motorbike lift. Glad I did as its paid for itself already. I got the footpeg kit and it worked fine on the FJR. I found that you need an electric drill rather than battery as you do need decent torque to raise the bike. Small in form, its a better option for me than the old bike lift. I have too much sh@t in my garage.

    More info here


    Overall excellent quality and design. You do need some way of having the bike level hence my needing the bike wheel chock in another review.



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  2. I recopied the link. Btw i have no relationship with this company etc etc.
  3. And i might add that i spent an hour doing a much longer review but when i hit the button to post review it took me to some friggin advert for forum software. Hence a shorter version. Thanks
  4. Fair enough moved your thread, try splitting your review maybe.
  5. Ta, link seems ok. Dunno what the go was. This damn samsung tab s does some weird stuff with buttons at times. It was a fine review too but now cant be arsed doing it all again esp. after the big job putting the fjr back together.
  6. The mobile software is a work in progress, hang in there ☺
  7. I really like the concept of this lift especially the mechanism for lifting. I'm sure it would be fantastic for full-cradle frames as it appears to have been originally designed for, but i really don't like the idea of lifting my bikes and the weight of the bikes being placed on something like the exhaust headers/manifold/flanges that were never designed with this purpose in mind.
  8. if this lift (the Bursig)


    and this lift (big red)


    Had babies, I'd adopt one of them.