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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-23-2017, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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Motorcycle dolly

Anyone here use and can recommend a dolly? Tight fitting the twin and car in a single car garage, quite a routine getting them to fit.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-23-2017, 02:57 PM
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Know the problem. Ended up spending all day rearranging the toy box. I ended up finding the safest way was to leave the AT on the side stand and prop it up on a piece of 20mm mdf to bring it more upright. I found putting on the centre stand between the wall and my Boxster a bit to extreme. Only I go in the garage so its safe. There's a few paddock stands that double up as dolly's on that auction site taht would need bobbins and again it is a heavy beast to play with in a confined space.
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Anyone here use and can recommend a dolly? Tight fitting the twin and car in a single car garage, quite a routine getting them to fit.
Harbor Freight has a motorcycle dolly for less than $100 that has performed well for me. I have three which I use for my Goldwing, Transalp and Africa Twin. Makes it easy to move them around and park them closer to save space.
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Harbor Freight has a motorcycle dolly for less than $100 that has performed well for me. I have three which I use for my Goldwing, Transalp and Africa Twin. Makes it easy to move them around and park them closer to save space.
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There are several like this on eBay and I have had a few and found them to be the cheapest way to move my bike around over a rough tiled floor.
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