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Old 04-07-2016, 07:15 AM   #1
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Cruiserlift hitch installer recommendation Tucson/Phoenix area

Bought a used Cruiserlift motorcycle lift and looking for hitch installer in the Tucson/Phoenix area. Any recommendations for an installer with cruiserlift install experience?
Contacted the cruiserlift manufacturer, they recommended Cliff's in Mesa, they are unfortunately booked for the next few weeks.
Any other recommendations??

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Old 04-12-2016, 06:06 AM   #2
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May be a bit far for you but I just had one installed in Alto, NM. I am very happy with the work of my installer. Ty Bonnell of AtFab Welding ( Home Page ) did the fabrication and welding for me. (I did the electrical work myself.)
If you bought a used lift, is it safe to assume that you also bought a new 3 receiver hitch from the CruiserLift people? The CruiserLift attaches into a 3 receiver hitch, not the regular single 2" receiver. I would assume the previous 3 receiver hitch is still attached to the coach of the previous owner?

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Old 04-12-2016, 07:30 AM   #3
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they recommended Cliff's in Mesa, they are unfortunately booked for the next few weeks.
That's the last place I would go, the installation there would cost more than any welding shop on the planet. A mobile welder could do it or any welding shop.
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