Ah, now I know where Eric get his brilliance from.
Yea, I just learned from his dumb ass mistakes...whatever Dad does go a different route! HahaAh now the secret is out. I do not like to strain working, I always look for an easier avenue to get things done, if to difficult you hire someone or get some body who has a strong back and weak mind.
Great idea. That’s what I was thinking.I have to place a piece of three quarter inch plywood under the steel ramp to get my prosport on without bottoming out. Make it as wide as the ramp and about two feet long. The bike will ride up on the plywood then onto the ramp. Easy fix.
Get some good motorcycle tie down straps to secure you're pike to the lift.
Also replace the skinny little bar they use as a safety bar with a larger one. My holes are big enough to accept a one inch diameter bar. Also this should go with out saying don't try to move the lift with the bike on and raised up. Ain't nothing good going to happen.