Introduction: Motorlift

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I made this motorlift with the plans i got from a friend.
For mine i changed it a bit , mine is longer and higher than shown in the plans.
It can easily lift my motorbike which ways about 170 kilo.
I also use it a lot as an extra workbench.

Step 1: Floor and Arms

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The thickness of the steel is 2mm ,only the two bars between the arms are thicker.
Don't forget to put the unwelded arms in place before you weld them.

Step 2: Tabletop

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I have painted the wooden top white for more light reflection.

Step 3: Securing

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Securing the table can be done in different ways .
This is how i did it.

Comments

Bertievanwyk (author)2016-04-06

Fabulous!

mrlunna13 (author)2012-10-30

Great Instructable! It looks very sturdy! How much did it cost you to build it?
Thanks,
Lunna

scarr56 (author)2012-07-10

Good post!

What is the tube inside a tube shown in the second drawing? I don't see it on picture #1.

André B (author)scarr562012-07-10

Thats how it was on the original plans.
It's supposed to be a solid piece milled down on a lathe.
I don't have a lathe ,so i used a straight piece.

sofiadragon1979 (author)2012-04-30

This is perfect I could use this for working on my velomobile thank you :-D

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