|Part Number||2005 RAD Bike Hoist|
|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 6 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||2005 RAD Bike Hoist|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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RAD Cycle Products Heavy Duty Bike Lift Hoist For Garage Storage 100lb Capacity Mountain Bicycle Hoist
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- Hooks are designed with a rubber coating to protect your bicycle from scratches
- Robust engineering allows you to lift heavy bikes-100lbs capacity
- For Ceilings up to 12ft
- Safe locking mechanism prevents accidental release
- Not the same as our competition; we use thicker rope and offer a lifetime warranty
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Here are some key things we'd like you to know:
1. It takes some time to get these things mounted right, so just plan on it... you need to string the rope through the 4 pieces and pulleys just so, mount them on joists just so, and ensure the distance between the two pieces is just right for your bike. We recommend at least two people, chips and salsa, and perhaps a coors light ;)
2. You can mount several bikes fairly close together if you offset the handlebars a bit forward and back among the mounts so that the handlebars never "share the same space." We bought 5 of these bike hoists and mounted them to run parallel to the joists spaced at 24" for mounting 5 bikes, one bike on each of five different joists mounted side-by-side. We bought long screws from the hardware store to replace those included in the package so we could securely screw through the drywall and further into the wood joists. We'd recommend including this hardware store errand in your time estimates for installation.
3. It is important that the BACK tire go toward the wall where the rope coming out of the brake will be cleated. The whole rope and braking mechanism works so well this way ... if you put the handlebars on the wall side like the picture for this product, then the handlebars block you moving the rope to operate the brake (trust, trust, trust me on this). If you put the back tire to the wall, the rope moves freely :) By the way, the braking mechanism in the pulley seems so sturdy you might choose not to mount/use the cleat, but it does feel safer to us to use it.
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Review from my Racor purchase (applies to all of them):
We purchased four lifts (three of this brand, one Racor) for our garage and are happy with them. We were able to position each bike about 16" apart and have no trouble getting any bike up or down.
I have several hints from our installation, and one complaints, but on the whole am very satisfied:
* Works smoothly
* Clever, simple system
* Locking mechanism for rope is nice
* Installation is straightforward
* Hooks need a safety strap, depending on where you attach them
* I attached the hooks to a lower location on each bike to have the bike lifted all the way to the ceiling. This gives me enough room to stand beneath the bikes without bending my head.
* I used some of the extra rope, after cutting to an appropriate length, for safety straps for the hooks. Depending on where the hooks attach, they may not have enough bite to fully trust -- easy way to prevent potential injury (see an earlier post on earthquakes!!)
* I don't recommend using the supplied bracket for excess rope. I just coiled the rope and hung it from one of the quick-release levers on the bike. Works great, and keeps the ropes from getting tangled.
On the whole, I'm happy with our purchase. Almost identical to the Racor lift here ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Be sure that the place you're installing this is level -- don't install on a slanted roof truss. In order for the catch to latch and allow you to lift/lower the bike, it needs to... Read morePublished 2 days ago by JC
Works okay if the load isn't balanced perfectly one side moves on one side stays stationary.Published 10 days ago by Blake
Measure the 2X4 good before you install on ceiling and it - the directions are your friendPublished 22 days ago by reinzcarnation
I wish I had known how much of a pain it would be to put this rack up. I'm 5'2" and ended up having my tall 6'2" friend put this up for me. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Kimberly
The concept is really nice because it has the locking device. The pullie system it self doesn't work. The pullies do not raise and lower evenly. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer