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Motorcycle Recovery System



Lets face it we ride dirt bikes and adventure motorcycles to get places most can’t. Do we get in over our heads at times or pinch tubes on our way? Absolutely. Recently I was contacted by Albert the owner at Nifty-Lift.com about a recovery system he invented that helps in recovering or hoisting your motorcycle. This nifty block and tackle is only 1.4 LBS and has a 700 pulling/lifting ability.

The 2 main features I see myself using this product for are hoisting/holding a bike using a tree branch for a tube change or pulling larger adventure bikes up gnarly hills to avoid damage to the bike. I also talked Albert into adding a tow rope to this site at $25 using 15 Ft. of his 2100 lbs. pull strength cord that is shoe string thick.

Nifty Lift Basic ($89.95)

2- Pully System- 10 Ft. power pull standard-Custom Lengths available.

2- 7 ft. Lanyards- Perfect for lifting/pulling bike by handle bars or swing arm.

2- Clevises

Lifetime Warranty

Carrying Burlap Sack

Made In U.S.A

Veteran Owned

More Info- Link Here

Deluxe Model Extras ($159.95)

Locking Cleat (Deluxe Model Only)

Anodized Solid Aluminum

Plastic Carrying Case

More Info- Link Here

Add-Ons

Snatch Block- Perfect for utilize a tree uphill to recover bike. ($45)- Link

Tow Rope- 15 Ft of 2100 test cord. ($25)- Link Coming Call 603-401-4966

Conclusion

Lets face it will you use this product every time we take a ride? I hope not, but if you find yourself in the situation where you need it you will be glad you packed it. With its light weight and compacted design it fits perfectly into a side bag or backpack. Below is a video of a 500 LB. snowmobile being picked up by this system. I’m currently working on a video myself to show the abilities of this product so keep an eye out for it.

 

Picking up 500 Lbs. Snowmobile

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