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  1. duccmann

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    Has anyone used one of these on a 6G?
    Think there’s part of the header that’s a bit lower.
    Haven’t seen my ride for 5 months or I’d check myself.
    Knees are getting to old for all the kneeling
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    I have tried but feared it would damage the headers. And it was super unstable too. I ended up giving mine away to a neighbour.
     
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    Thanks Randy, I figured that much.
    Hope you’re doin well bud.
    I did buy one of there from harbor freight, works great
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    I have heard good things about that type of lift. I just don't have the room in my garage for a lift. Otherwise I would be getting a table lift type to ease the old bones and joints on me.
     
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    Abba Skylift..
     
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