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Old 06-21-2011, 06:25 PM   #1
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Motorcycle lift wanted

Looking for a cruiser or hydra lift to carry Harley.
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Is this going on a DP or a gasser?

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Thanks.. I have a diesel pusher, 40 ft. New to the rv world.
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Try this;
Home Page - Hydralift-USA

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Cruiserlift RV Motorcycle Lift System

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Overbilt Lifts motorcycle lifts, overbuilt lifts. Welding in the Hudson Valley.

That should get you started....

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Looking for a cruiser or hydra lift to carry Harley.
Sent a Private message to you. Thanks Jim
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