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Thread: New Table Lift

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    My son and I drove down to the Titan warehouse yesterday in Indianapolis IN. I bought it wholesale. We picked up a Titan 1500# xlt table lift with all the bells and whistles, side extensions, front extension, ext.... max lifting height on this bad boy is 45" and width with extensions is 52".
    Gonna get it set up tomorrow and ill throw a few pics up. Its going to come in handy for a lot of repairs, not just the bike.

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    Mind if I ask how much? I'm moving into a house in Waterford and the way the garage is set up I'm tossing around the idea of gettin a lift for the bikes.

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    Send up some pics when you can.

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    Hell yeah, I've been eye balling them too. Maybe in the summer I'll splurge

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    Awesome, let me know if you need any help!! The 45" lift sounds amazing!!!
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
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    Sweet!

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    Nice. Let's see those pics

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    Couple pics..... Has a foot pump and air lift. My air compressor took a boot in the ass after it wouldn't run ( was garbage anyway) so I'm looking for a compressor to add to the garage. Didn't bother with the foot pump. So no pics of the lift in the up position but its max height is 45" as I mentioned.
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    Nice!

    As for a compressor, I like the Craftsman stuff. I bought a Harbor Fright upright a year or so ago for my Lincoln Park shop, and that thing sucks. It's loud, runs all the time, and sounds like it has inferior bearings in it. I would be surprised if I don't have to replace it in another year. I bought a traditional Craftsman one for the Woodhaven store about 10 years ago, use it everyday, and it still purrs like a kitten.
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    I agree Al. Funny you say this since I had my mind made up on a craftsman already. I Know a few guys with craftsman compressors and there all pretty much happy with them. Basically an 8--12 gal. is all I need. I'm looking... any of you boys have one to sell, gimme a shout.

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