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Lovin that lift!
That is the best mod I have done to my bikes. Had it for 5 years now. Sure makes it easy to work/clean the bike when it is up in the air. I park a bike one it all the time.
 
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That is the best mod I have done to my bikes. Had it for 5 years now. Sure makes it easy to work/clean the bike when it is up in the air. I park a bike one it all the time.
Wish I had the room for something like that, sounds perfect. I have to cram it in a 2 car garage, luckily we can fit all the vehicles in, if ever we move up to a 3 car, I'll have to get your recommendations on lifts.

That Challenger is displayed proper!
 
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Hi @Arapaho, that’s a nice looking lift and I’d like to find one like it. What brand is it?
Also, I love that blue color on your Challenger!
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Loving it so far View attachment 580399 changed the bars to kst a lot more comfortable than mid rise bars.
How did you get the Kuryakyn Phantom brake pedal on there? Did you buy a different lever arm for a Springfield etc? I noticed that the attachments to the master cylinder are different.
 

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I just looked at mine, it looks like the same lever.
 

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I just looked at mine, it looks like the same lever.
They're not. The connection point between the lever and the master cylinder are different. The Springfields and Chieftains have a pin and the challenger is a u-clip. The Challenger is the only model in the Indian lineup that has this type of lever that I've seen. See the photos attached.
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