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    Sealey Mcl500 bike lift

    Has anyone used sealey' single pole bike lift? What's it like? Compared to bike table?
    2006 Yellow R1200 GSA

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    Did you get one of these

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    I need to be able to move bike about was thinking of abba skylift or easyriser lift
    I be interested in options too ?

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    Easyrizer are good but £395 and you would need to buy plates/ adapters for each type of bike about £60 ish per set , I have spoken to sealey technical and they say with the brackets they supply you can lift 95% of bike

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    Abba skylift needs different adapters for every bike,also not one for TDR listed either, or lots of other older bikes I like the wheels to move it about while lifted
    Easy riser the footrest brackets lift most things but can't move it once lifted

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    For my bikes I would need 4 sets of brackets with easy riser , the abba wouldn't work on Fatbob or lift my older bikes it's a pain really need 2 lifts

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