Got my lift at 9pm last night. Paid $299 for the lift and got 20% off the wheel chock. (THANKS to those that sent me the coupons!)
Got it back to the office at 10pm and worked till 2:30am setting it all up. Still have a few more mods to do (Tie Down points and a rubber pad for the center stand. I'll also be adding a hook in the ceiling to lift the rear so I can set it on the center stand after its in the wheel chock.)
Here she is!
ON THE LIFT!
I used the Harbor Freight Wheel Chock#96349. Then I took it apart. Mounted it directly to the lift table. Cut off the tabs on the bottom plate and used it as a backing plate to mount the top into. Will post details below.
Up close, you can see that once you move the arm in the back to the lowest setting, it works perfectly with Larry's STuff STopper.
I can't get a full lift out of it because I hit the ceiling. If need be, I can pull the wind screen and get it all the way up.
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