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00:13 On the way to MCservice
02:00 The yard with the mclift
02:23 Placing the motorcycle on the lift
02:39 Attaching the bike
03:14 Warming up the engine oil
03:22 Testing the signals
03:45 Lifting the bike with the small power washer
04:12 10000 km Oil and Filter change
05:14 DCT Oil Filter change
05:21 The DCT Oil Filter ar quite dirty after the first 10000 km
05:44 Replacing the DCT Oil Filter
06:29 It is a bit tricky not to damage the 40 mm o'ring
06:53 Refilling with 4:2 Liter Semi Synthetic oil
07:29 Follow the Honda recommendations on DCT bikes
07:29 Release the water pressure on the lift cylinder
07:45 Water inlet adapter
08:32 Fittings and straps
08:47 Serving the Grass Cutter
08:55 The Lift are working with Oil Hydraulics as well
09:03 The 1.4 meter stand
09:11 Welding
09:43 The stand cylinder guide
10:06 Lennart are working on the Lift
10:00 Work with water cylinder liner on the wood late
10:44 Testing the Dimension
11:00 Henke and Linus digging the hole in the yard for the lift
12:11 The Hole shall be 1:4 meter deep
13:02 Filling the hole with 1:0 m2 rock crusher 1
13:16
Cement casting are not needed

Thank You for Watching
 

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Hahahaha.. ya, I'm already there. 8 motorcycles to maintain now. I do use my lift for major jobs. Definitely makes it nice on the back. I seldom bother for oil changes or tire changes though... so the Honda doesn't see the lift very often. (hey, it's a Honda.. it never needs major work!) 😂🤣😂
 

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Hahahaha.. ya, I'm already there. 8 motorcycles to maintain now. I do use my lift for major jobs. Definitely makes it nice on the back. I seldom bother for oil changes or tire changes though... so the Honda doesn't see the lift very often. (hey, it's a Honda.. it never needs major work!) 😂🤣😂
I now only have one bike and with over 1500 Swedish miles a year you need to do a little work on it and the neighbor’s bikes as well
 

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Fantastic job there, and also the paniers. Is there a video on them?
Thanks no video on them, but we had a discussion on panniers here
 

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MC lift Pneumatic or Hydraulic 3D sketches

 
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