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    Question Dollies

    What sort of dollie works well in a small garage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLStevens View Post
    What sort of dollie works well in a small garage?
    I moved this over to the Gear section for you. The guy's might need a little more info on this to help you. Welcome to the Forum, Gary
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    The one from LegalSpeeding.com is pretty nifty. Never tried it, but seen it demo'd at the motorcycle shows. Nothing like it as far as I've ever seen.
    Try.

    http://www.legalspeeding.com/Park-n-Move.htm
    Last edited by RTRandy; 12-22-2010 at 12:04 AM.

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    the parton's rack is pretty amazing too

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    Legal speeding's product

    I have one. My K1200GT is an admittedly heavy bike but it's quite a handful to get up onto the Park-n-move.

    They say to use a 1/2" board to raise either the front or rear wheel - I raise the rear wheel... and it is still a two person job. Others may have found a better technique, but I struggle.

    Once it's up on the Park-n-Move it rolls around easily in the garage.

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    Thumbs up park-n-move

    I have one and I like it.
    I wouldn't say it's super easy to get my RT up on it, but it's not really that hard either.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BLStevens View Post
    What sort of dollie works well in a small garage?
    Voni
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
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    Pa dum bump!!

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