It will be used to better fit in a tight garageWhat would you use that for? I don't see how the ability to move the motorcycle, without moving the motorcycle, is a $200 advantage over rolling the bike across your garage floor on it's own tires?
ETA: looks to me like case of a solution looking for a problem. Not trying to be a d!ck, I really don't care how others spend their $, I just cannot see a use for that?
She wont be having that lol. I'm having a house built in a pretty good area and I'm trying to keep all of the cars in the garage. All to please the wifeyyeah a little extra cash you get the same maneuverability and a lift to wrench on it. Down side I guess its a wider than a motorcycle and the extra space taken could be a negative if inches count in the garage storage.. Me I would just kick all cars except classics and exotics out of the garage BOOM!! instant room, tell the wifey or whoever to keep their ride outside
Yeah, I could do that but i would prefer not to have to do it all the time. The center stand is a good idea. That may just work. I woul like to get it as close to the wall as possibleThe other cheaper alternative bro is a center stand for the bike. You can spin the bike 360 degree's and also pull it backwards using the grab bar.(assuming yer shop floor is smooth.
I can also spin a sportbike 360 on its side stand. Haven't done it with either of my Busa's cause I'm paranoid.
I'm also lookin at yer picture in yer avatar...yer a pretty big dude...just pick the fuggin thing up and put it where ever you want it.
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