RAD Cycle Products Highest Quality Rail Mount Heavy Duty Bike Hoist and Ladder Lift – Quality Bicycle Hoist

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    • Ryan C.
    • January 23, 2016
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    Works as advertised — EXACTLY like Racor Pro ABL-1R for 1/2 the price!!! I have 2 Racor Pro ABL-1R’s and 2 of these. I’d bet the same Chinese factory makes both brands. The similarities are uncanny. These, however, are 1/2 the price of the Racor Pro ABL’s and every piece in the box is the same in every way!Some have complained about the screws for mounting and the directions.Regarding the directions:Come on — there’s 3 screws and 2 pulley wheel brackets. Do you really need a 10 page installation thesis for that?Regarding…

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    • Chad E. Petersen
    • January 23, 2016
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    Great Way to Store Bikes (with a few new and handy tips) I read all the other very helpful reviews and was ready with installation screws with (slightly) thinner heads. The unit does everything it’s supposed to. And I gave it a good rating because of that. If I were one of the first pioneering folks to purchase, install, and review this item, I might have given it a lower score.If you follow some of the additional tips for getting the most out of the unit, you can’t go wrong. The biggest benefit this unit offered vs the two-piece units…

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    • MCook
    • January 23, 2016
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    Excellent Product for the price I read most of the reviews that were posted about this bike hoist before I ordered. Install went well and the bike was hanging almost 12 feet in the air in about 10 – 15 minutes. I would rate myself as advanced when it comes to my abilities with tools. I used a cordless impact drill, a drill bit (to make a new hole in the aluminum frame – I’ll get to that in a minute), 4 of my own screws, the supplied allen wrench, and a ladder. That’s it.That being said, here’s a few of my…

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