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    Quote Originally Posted by GuzziPaul View Post
    I like that but what I couldn't see on that one was a removable section where the back wheel would go which many of the longer benches have to allow the rear wheel to be removed. I would have to get the electric one as well, not having a compressor. I'm doing the my Le Mans rear crankshaft seal this winter and buying over £100 quids worth of special tools to do it so don't really want to spend that much on a bench. I'll have a look at the clark one though
    The Clark one has removable panel for rear wheel removal. I'm not bothered about the clark one not being scissor action. Its not like a bike will be going up and down on it 4 times a day.

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    Default Re: Recommend me a Hydraulic Bike Bench.

    I have a Clarke one and been more than happy with it - had it around 5 years now without any issues.... lifts my K1300R without any problems as well as the Blade etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantPygmy View Post
    Well I stuck a Q up on one of the FB groups and the CML3 Clarke table seems to get good reviews from people that own them. A couple more people suggesting skylifts
    I want the table for rebuilding, not just a complete bike to be suspended.

    Think I'll go with the 2200 full length Clark lift.

    by the way FP - check which model your mate has got. This one has a 450kg payload and weighs 165kg itself..
    Thatís the one he has. Iím popping over tomorrow so will give it a thorough inspection. Wonder how long they take to raise with pedal power.

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