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 12/1/2003 12:21 PM
 
John,
Very impressive unit you have there...I have some questions at your leisure:
1. What's the weight capacity of the lift? I have a 2003 BMW K1200LT that I'm looking for ways to take with me in my new motorhome, whatever I end up buying.
2. What's the hitch rating for attaching a toad to the lift? Currently have a 2003 Jeep Wrangler...
3. Where did you buy that thing in the first place? I'm truly interested....
Thanks...
Gene
p.s. - I really love how you utilize the pictures forum - it's really been great allowing me to spend hours daydreaming.... Gene Dwiggins, San Antonio TX 1994 34' Fourwinds class A 2003 Jeep Wrangler Freedom Edition

Gene Dwiggins Blanco, TX 1984 Shasta 35L 5'er, 2014 Ford F350 Super Duty Platinum dually crew cab 6.7 turbo diesel
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 12/1/2003 7:42 PM
 
 Modified By johnchurn  on 3/4/2011 7:50:34 PM


Big Bad John & Runaround Sue & Paris *Hammock,Florida* *97 Dutch Star Diesel* *76 VW Bay Window Bus* *91 Classic Harley Davidson* *1949 Ford Lead Sled* *2012 HD LSV
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 3/4/2011 7:48 PM
 

I am starting to update the old posts. This picture was when we first started fultiming and had the Harley lift installed on the motorhome.

In those days no one could say whether it would hold the weight or drive crazy. I talked to Newmar and all they could say was you will just have to try it.

The first couple of weeks on the road were very hectic. I would check the bolts every night when we would get off the road.

The Harley lift paid off the best when we were in Yellowstone and rode both the Northern and Southern routes on the bike. It was cold in the morning and by 10 o'clock we had to stop and take off our leathers and ride in the heat. You could smell the wild.

We took a wrong turn going back to Fishing Bridge. After about an hour of riding we stopped and asked a phone repairman along the side of the road where we were. He said we were about 50 miles into Montana. We turned around and found our way back.

One of our favorite memories.

We have the bike up for sale. It's sad but we are getting older and are a little afraid of the old Florida drivers.

Today I am working on a deal on a new street rod. Stay tunned to see if we can make it happen.

Updating these old posts is going to be fun because things have changed so much since we originally did them.


Big Bad John & Runaround Sue & Paris *Hammock,Florida* *97 Dutch Star Diesel* *76 VW Bay Window Bus* *91 Classic Harley Davidson* *1949 Ford Lead Sled* *2012 HD LSV
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 5/19/2013 4:19 PM
 

Updated Photo's


Big Bad John & Runaround Sue & Paris *Hammock,Florida* *97 Dutch Star Diesel* *76 VW Bay Window Bus* *91 Classic Harley Davidson* *1949 Ford Lead Sled* *2012 HD LSV
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