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What is the link to the online video of the lady picking up a dropped Wing? I had this at one time in my favorites and now I can't find it for the life of me.

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Thanks for the link. I've seen Skert's video and it's just as applicable. But there is another video with a lady picking up a 1500 and it wasn't staged. The first time I saw it was on YouTube but it's not up there now.
 

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I wonder how many guys out there couldn't upright their dropped Wings? :oops:
 

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I can but the handle bars seem a little light for the weight of the bike
you prob need to dead lift 500 + ,to do it over the bike
 

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I dropped my wing while moving it in the garage. It took me awhile to figure the right leverage I needed to get it up, but I finally did it. Man!!! that sucker is heavy. :)
 

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I'm ashamed to say.... I know I can. (more than once)
 

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I have a "friend" who had a Wing fall 1/2 way over in his garage & lodge against the garage wall. :roll:
There wasn't enough room for my "friend" to get between the motorcycle & the wall,so he had to right it from the high side.
As others have said, "he" told me that," that suckers heavy". :p
Of course i have no 1st hand knowledge of picking up falllen Wings,but i have helped my "friend" a time or two. :D
the hobo
 
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