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Redline Engineering RL135 Motorcycle ATV Lift Jack

Model: RL135

(1 review)

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This Redline Engineering RL135 Cycle/ATV lift is a great fit for your shop or garage. This jack can be used to lift a varity of small motorized vehicles such as ATVs and motorcycles. Its compact design and removable handle allows for easy storage, while the powder coat finish ensures it'll remain rust free for quite awhile! Order yours today!

• 6 position safety locks
• Compact for easy storage
• Lifting capacity 1250 lbs
• Handle for easy maneuverability
• Powder coated finish resists rust
• Fits nearly every common cruiser on the road including most Harley Davidson and metric motorcycles and all 4-wheelers


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• Max lift height 15"
• Collapsed height 4-1/2"
• Lifting arms are 7-1/2" apart
• Lifting arms are 13-1/8" long and 2-3/4" wide
• Dimensions (w/o handle): 32"L x 15-3/4”W x 14-1/2"


• Ships 66 lbs. at 33" x 16" x 5"


5.0 / 5 (1 review)
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  • Gary Jun 14, 2024

    Great Jack

    Jun 14, 2024
    I looked at several different brands of motorcycle lift jacks. The safety catch arms on most other brands appeared to have flimsy looking flat bars that barely catch the safety detents whereas Redline's jack uses square tubing. This is a great jack that is made of quality parts, easy to assemble, and works great. Paired with Redline's SD1K ATV Motorcycle Engine Cradle Dolly allows me to quickly and easily jack up my Road Glide and put it on something solid for longer term use with the ease of rolling around. I highly recommend this product and I would also recommend buying this as a package deal with the Engine Cradle Dolly. Tried using a scissor jack for a while but should have bought this from the start and saved myself the headaches and hassles! [From Redline: Dear Gary, are you interested in a salesman position here at Redline? LOL]

Ask & Answer

  • Sergeant May 23, 2024
    Q. Hello! What is the tonnage rating on the bottle jack? Thank you!
    A. My apologies but we do not know the tonnage rating. We "think" it's 2 tons. Granted, once we install it into our SD1003P motocross lift, the capacity of the jack is lowered to 300 lbs due to the linkages of the lift in which this pump is installed. Thus, whether the bottle jack is rated to 2 tons or 3 or 4 tons, it's far over rated and accomliplishes the job just the same either way. Thanks for your question!
  • Harleydave May 17, 2024
    Q. What kind of hydraulic fluid is used in this power lift jack
    A. #32 is fine. We've also seen people use 30 weight motor oil and that works too. Thanks Dave.
  • H Dog Feb 28, 2024
    Q. Will this lift work on a 2016 Harley FLHTK bagger?
    A. Assuming the jack has an ample spot to lift from under the engine cradle, then yes. With that said, this jack is not what I’d choose if I were you. Instead, I’d use two of the RE-FJ and put one as far forward as possible under the front and one as far rearward as possible. Doing so will distribute the weight over a broader area. You’ll jack up one end an inch or two, and then the other, and repeat. Take our word for it on this one; this is by-far the better way to go. Thanks for shopping with us!
  • Steve Feb 21, 2024
    Q. Would you recommend this lift for an 07 Nightster 1200? Thanks.
    A. Maybe. Online Photos make it seem like there might be an obstruction that protrudes below the frame on the underside. You really need to measure your bike's ground clearance and length/width of your frame cradle to be sure the RL135 is short enough to get under the bike, and from there, that it has ample space for the arms to lift from the frame. My apologies, but this inspection must be done by the customer. We'd love to answer your question with a simple "yes" or "no" but that's not something we can do given the huge number of motorcycles that this lift will potentially work. Thanks for reaching out, Steve!
  • Dave Feb 15, 2024
    Q. Is it safe to remove both wheels from a 1200cc cruiser while it’s up on one of these?
    A. Can the lift hold the weight? Yes. Is it safe? I cannot answer that because it depends on you. How you load the bike onto the lift and how you change the center of gravity will determine if removing heavy items like wheels and tires is safe or not. I hope this helps. Thanks Dave.


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