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Default Overbilt motorcycle lift

We have an Overbilt motorcycle lift that we do not need. $300 or best offer.

Pictures of it as it was installed on the coach by the previous owner can be found here: http://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.co...8&postcount=99

It is currently at my brother's farm in Virginia between Richmond and Williamsburg. I would like to get it out of his way!
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I'm interested.. but not sure on shipping costs to AZ?
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We have an Overbilt motorcycle lift that we do not need. $300 or best offer.

Pictures of it as it was installed on the coach by the previous owner can be found here: http://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.co...8&postcount=99

It is currently at my brother's farm in Virginia between Richmond and Williamsburg. I would like to get it out of his way!
Will it hold a dresser Harley?
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Will it hold a dresser Harley?


The company thinks it will.
http://www.overbiltlifts.com/electric-lift/
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If i had a dresser HD,it would not ride on an Overbilt lift.
But,i have seen it done...
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I agree with Randy. The hydrolift is much more substantial and I wouldn't carry it on one of those either.
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I agree 100% Randy . I own a Overbuilt lift , in fact I have owned 2 over the years . First I will say that it can carry the Harley , and the company has upgraded the prior weakness in the tube thickness that caused my lift to crack on me almost sending my Harley to a fall on my car , and lord know what may have happened then .
Also there is no real way to protecting the bike from the elements , and this exposure in the end turned my pristine Harley into a filthy , rusted shell of her former glory . I'm now using a trailer and plan to upgrade my bike and never again need to worry about her being left out in the rain,snow,sleet, and if she were on this last trip HAIL!!
There is a company called Hydralift and they deal with protection well, and I can not say how reliable the lift is but for me the trailer is the only way my ride will travel with me going forward .

Michael , I also carried the Goldwing on the lift and as we know the Goldwing was the heaviest bike ever made , topping out over 900lbs I believe ?

This is just my opinion on what works best for me , and there are pros and cons of trailer vs pull behind and bike carry , but for me and my life style , no more Overbuilt for me .
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let me add , 300 $ for this lift is a great deal , and if you are not driving all over the country then this is a great way to get your bike from one point to another . I see it also has a wheel cuck which is a must in my opinion at stabilizing the bike so you can dismount and tie her down . Unless like me you like to test your relationship with the wife on how to attach a strap and secure it so you can get off the bike without it falling , hahaha
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Al covered the subject well. If you want to carry s beater that is transportation only I'm all for the hydralift as long as it's of reasonable heft. You can get covers for the bike but you will have near the cost of a trailer invested. Frankly having done all of this over the years my personal opinion? Leave the bike at home. Just more trouble then it's worth.
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I appreciate folks chiming in with answers about what it can carry - because I don't know anything more than what can be looked up online.

I will try to get the weight of it and measurements. My brother is getting alfalfa in today, so I may not be able to get his assistance until late today or tomorrow.
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