Has anyone built one out there? Im getting too old to be on my knees adjusting exhaust valves. ( The 50's are easy, the 150, ha the frigging frame member in front of the engine makes exhaust adjuswtment a biiiaccchhh! THat combined with the 18 screws on the JCL engine covers sure discourages any attempt to work on the engine.
I've been thinking about the same thing. I'm 71 y/o and getting down on these old knees to work on my 2 scoots isn't any fun at all. I was gonna pop for one of those $99.00 lifts from harbor frieght, but just can't see how to keep from damaging the bottom panel with one. Then thought I'd just build a platform on the lift to just drive the scoot up on, then raise it up. I don't know now. Gotta figure something out though!
I also thought about actually building a table out of 2X6's, with a ramp to get the scoots on. It'd be an easy build, but it also would take a up considerable amount of space in my garage, that isn't available, with 2 scoots, a 12 hp rider with a snow blade attached, a lawn spreader, a cart, a 2 wheel dolly, a lawn sweeper and God only knows what else! lol.
I have seen plans some where on the net for a table that lies flat, stands on end to store and uses a jack to raise up after the scooter or bike is rolled onto it. I dont have any room for storage either and was thinking of making one out or yellow wood so it could be stored out behind the garage. have also thought about some cement blocks with 2x6's to drive up on then remove all but what the wheels and stands are resting on. if I had incorporated a beam in the ceiling of garage I could put a chain fall up and lift the scooter up on to a bench high table that way. I think I just may search for the wood table that lifts with a jack and see about building it. john