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2016, July

Chris in Concord, NH Reviews PRO 1200 Motorcycle Lift and Posts Pics!

We wCustomer Photo Closeup PRO 1200 FLRant to thank Chris in Concord, NH for all the great comments he left on our Facebook page about his new PRO 1200 motorcycle lift! We loved the photos, too.

Here's what Chris had to say: Want to thank you guys again, fixed up my dresser, now we hammer out some old iron!"

"No problem lifting this beast. Thanks again NH pro equipment."

"Thank you again NH pro equipment here's the FLH, all done with belt swap. Awesome lift, great product, company, and people!"


2006 Arctic Cat 500 4x4 ATV on PRO 1200 Motorcycle Lift

Thanks to Scott, of Pembroke, NH, for the pic of his 2006 arctic cat 500 4x4 ATV!! His Review: "Great lift!" Visit for more info on the PRO 1200SEMAX Motorcycle Lift Package Here. 2006 arctic cat 500 4x4 on pro 1200 motorcycle ilft



UPDATE: THIS SALE HAS ENDED ****** Please Note: MUST BE PICKED UP AT OUR STORE IN BOW, NH for $950 PRICING.******  If you are local to the New England area and want shipping included, the price will be $1,095 and we will also include 54 lbs. of wheel weights (normally $195) all for $1,095. This deal is available for NEW ENGLAND states and Albany, NY area only. Beyond the states listed above, shipping is available at customer expense. Please call us for a quote @ 603-234-2612. We have a Service Tech on duty 8-5 pm Monday through Friday for any technical questions. ***1 year parts warranty*** VISIT: CALL: 603-234-2612 FOR MORE INFO OR TECHNICAL SERVICE OR QUESTIONS ABOUT PHOENIX TIRE EQUIPMENT, WE OFFER FULL SUPPORT. UPDATE! THIS SALE HAS ENDED! ---------------------------------------------------------- **OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT: WE ALSO HAVE WHEEL WEIGHT KITS AVAILABLE INCLUDING STEEL CLIP ON, ALUMINUM CLIP ON WEIGHTS, ADHESIVE STICK ON WEIGHTS TOTALING 54 lbs FOR $195. See offer above!! ---------------------------------------------------------- Phoenix PWB1530A Wheel Balancer is a 110v 60 hz motorized digital wheel balancer with auto entry for distance and diameter setting. It is capable of balancing of steel and aluminum wheels as well as motorcycle wheels with optional adapter. 3 Aluminum Modes allow weight placement to avoid interference with brake and steering parts.

PHOENIX PWB1530A WHEEL BALANCER FEATURES: Auto Entry (Distance and Diameter) Self Calibration Quick Switch - Grams to Ounces Hood Actuated/Auto start or Press Button Start Dynamic and Static Modes Quick Release Wing Nut Split weight Mode 4 Aluminum Modes, weight placement pullout, ALUS mode Motorcycle Mode - Optional Accessories required OPT Mode Fine Balancing Mode Auto Brake **LARGE CONE AND SPACER INCLUDED, WILL HANDLE UP TO 7 1/8" CENTER HOLE WHEELS SUCH AS F350. OTHER BRANDS CHARGE $300.00 OR MORE OR THIS.**

SPECIFICATIONS: Motor Power: 110V / 60 Hz Max Wheel Weight: 154 lbs Rim Width: 1.5 - 20" Rim Diameter: 10 - 24" Balancing Accuracy: +/- 1 g Balancing Time: 6 - 9s

INCLUDES: 4 Cones 1 3/4" - 2 5/8" 2 5/8" - 3 5/8" 3 1/16" - 4 5/8" 4 9/16" - 7 1/8" for larger wheel centers such as Ford F350. Spacer for larger pickup wheels such as F350 Quick Release Wing Nut Wheel Weight Pliers Small and Large Hub Wheel Calipers Calibration Weight Display standard/metric Storage Pegs for Cone Set

Harley-Davidson FXDB Dyna Street Bob on Lift Table

We happened upon a great pic posted to Facebook by Tom in Paxton, MA.

This is his 2007 Harley-Davidson FXDB Dyna Street Bob sitting on the PRO 1200 lift. He says of the lift: "Working mint so far just need to get extensions for it"


PRO 1200 Motorcycle Lift Review: I'm very impressed with the lift"

We want to thank Bob in Raymond, Maine, for posting this pic and the great comments about his new PRO 1200 Motorcycle Lift to his Facebook page! "I couldn't be any happier with it. Awesome lift. I'm very happy that I purchased the side extensions. They make the lift complete." He goes on to say: "I'm very impressed with the lift. If you need any help by recommendation have anybody else interested in your lifts to just ask me how much I like mine. I should have bought one years ago." Bob also posted this to his Facebook page, which we found interesting if you are considering side extensions: "Very difficult to put the motorcycle on the lift alone. I have had the Wide Glide up on the lift but it isn't wide enough to put the kick stand down so if you don't have help you are stranded. I had to do a service work job in Concord N.H. today so I stopped in Bow and picked up the side extensions and the ramps that go with them. What a difference. I just got done putting the Electra Glide (big red) on the lift. Much easier with the side extensions. I can't wait to start assembling the Liberty Edition FXRS."

Here is a pic of Bob, standing next to his 1986 Harley Davidson FXWG, sitting atop his new PRO 1200 lift:

1986 Harley Davidson FXWG

Eastwood 20279 Mig 250 Welder Review from Richard in Vermont

EASTWOOD 20279 MIG WELDER 250 AMPSI have done a couple of small repair/fab projects since getting it.  Maybe 15 minutes total operation time.  I am not what I would remotely call skilled at welding, by the way.  Sometimes I get a good bead, but mostly it is bubble-gum city, albeit functional.

For the past 25 years or so I’ve only used a 220v buzz box and a 110v flux core wire feed welder so this is the first time in a long time that I have used 220v wire feed welder and the first time ever running flux core through one. 

Right out of the box everything set up quick and easy; the settings chart got me quickly into the ball park:  My eyeglasses were nearly useless under the helmet (couldn’t see the puddle) but I was able to make some of my best welds ever.

Smooth operation, consistent results, predictable performance.  I am currently using .035 flux core and am looking forward to trying the .045 for a large truck bed rebuild I’ll be doing in a few weeks.

Summed up, I should have been using one of these from the beginning.  It would have made my previous projects much nicer and easier. Lastly, I couldn’t have asked for quicker shipping than you folks provided.  It is too bad I’m never in that part of New Hampshire during the work week, otherwise I’d stop by and pick up some more goodies!"

-Richard, VT