Moose Racing Front Lift Strap

Front Lift Strap

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Moose Racing Front Lift Strap
  • Buckles and bushing are made from 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Mostly universal fit that mounts to the front forks
  • Perfect for when you are in a bind in those nasty situations
  • Perfect for loading a machine into the back of your pickup
  • Item # 27979
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Never knew I needed

It's great to have. Helps with lifting the bike on the trail or traveling.

Troy - March 11, 2015

(portland, OR)

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getting out of a bind

I ride a KTM 530 in the Dunes and mountain ridges south of Lima Peru. The hills are so massive that I don't always make it up. These straps are perfect for positioning the bike for going back down

Philip - August 14, 2013

(Lima, GA)

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Front Lift Strap from Moose Racing.

Put the strap on the wife's New CRF230F, works great in moving it around the shop, and for loading bike on trailer. I am going to order one for my CRF250X. Real fine, useful product.

LeRoy - January 31, 2013

(Alamogordo, NM)

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Works as described

Nice to have an easier lift point for the front of the bike. Hoping I won't need to use it too much out on the trail. Great product at a great price.

Dan - September 30, 2011

(Cortland, NY)

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Moose Racing - Front Lift Strap

We bought and installed this lift strap on our new KX250F, and routinely use it while moving the bike around in storage. It makes it much easier to lift the front of the bike than grabbing by the framework. We expect this will help when loading it on our trailer as well. We'll likely get one of the rear straps as well at some point.

Jamie H. - March 1, 2010

(Brighton, CO)
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