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Kaneg centre lift mate for 2005 F4

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Has anyone bought this unit for their 1st gen F4 ?

https://www.kaneg.com.au/categories/...tre-Lift-Mate/

I have and for the life of me cant set it up to lift the front wheel, It just touches the ground with the rear wheel way up.

Ive contacted the guys at Kaneg and they are as baffled as i am. They have sold them before to F4 owners with no issues reported.
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I have the same type and had the same problem as you !
Once you get everything setup in the correct place it works perfect evertime.
I can add pics of the plate position etc later today or tomoz......
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Thanks Merc that would be most helpfull. Ive run out of set up options myself and nearly dropped it twice.

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Here you go, if you need any more just shout..
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Itís all to do with that diagonal adjustment. There is a hell of a load on it to lift the front.
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Itís all to do with that diagonal adjustment. There is a hell of a load on it to lift the front.
Yep, the setup is critical. A few of the Honda owners have had issues with this type (not Brand) of lift. Once sorted out though, they are very good on a stable and even floor/base.

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