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      Could you fit both in the garage at the same time with one of these?

      Motorcycle Dolly - Low Profile

      If I was going to leave my bike outside, i would dig 4 holes, fill with quick cement and a post holder, then after it dries mount some posts and build a roof over the top and some walls and a door. Windproof, rainproof, sun proof. The only way to protect your investment.
       
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      Anyone here have one? Looking for something to move the bike around in the garage and figured I could work with a local fab shop to put a dolly together for around $100 - but then saw the Venom dolly on the bay. I know the bike (2010 DL650A) is near the weight limit (if I recall the bike is 485 wet) of the dolly (500#).

      Just wondering if anyone has any experience with this particular one.

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      I thought about a homebuilt dolly until I priced out the caster wheels....a decent set of casters alone would cost $100.00 or more.

      I have a Harbor Freight dolly for my Super Tenere. For $89.00, it would be tough to beat. It's rated for 1250 pounds.

      https://www.harborfreight.com/low-profile-motorcycle-dolly-95896.html
       
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      It would be a heck of a lot cheaper to buy one of those motorcycle dollies from Harbor Freight to use to spin your bike around. They're about 90 bucks as opposed to whatever it costs to make a custom ride-on turntable in the floor. Plus, the dolly makes it really easy to move bikes around in a limited space, especially if you have more than one bike. I've been using one for years, and it works great.
      Totally agree ! MC Dolly
       
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      I think that the simplest solution is @NVDucati's in post #5: MC Dolly. Not too expensive, takes up only the footprint of the bike. and it can be moved freely, not just rotate as in a turntable.

      Lift Master makes gate and door openers that can be activated with several types of remotes, app, visor clip or keychain, and can control up to three doors or gates.
       
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