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Redline LD1K 1000 lb. Light Duty Motorcycle Lift Table CLEARANCE

Model: LD1K

(1 review)

Optional Accessories

Include RE-FJ Motorcycle Frame Jack

Include RE-ATVJK ATV Frame Jack

RMC1 Wheel Chock
Capacity by LBS
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Redline Engineering's light duty lift is perfect for guys that work on dirt bikes, street bikes and crotch rockets. With a solid 11-gauge steel construction and powder coat finish, this lift is a sturdy piece of equipment that is a great addition to any mechanic's home garage. Equipped with a heavy duty, rubber padded wheel vise and an air over hydraulic power unit, this simple lift is leagues above other base model units on the market today. Order your new Redline lift today!

• 1 year parts warranty
• Swivel casters are built-in
• Tie down rings are built-in
• Includes rear drop out panel
• Includes heavy duty wheel vise
• Foot control pedals are removable
• Features removable safety lock bar
• Features adjustable stabilizer posts
• Operates either via air or foot power
• Includes extra long removable ramp

• Wheel vise alone not sufficient
• Motorcycle ratchet straps mandatory

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• 30'' lifting height
• 7'' lowered height
• Table width: 26-13/16"
• 1000 pound lifting capacity
• Safety locks at 19" and 28"
• 86.5'' table length standard
• Total length + sweep/arc with vise: 110"
• Power Supply - Min. 90 PSI / Max. 100 PSI
• Overall width with pedals installed: aprox. 33"


• Download the pdf manual HERE


• Shipping dims 90' x 29.5" x 10" Class 65
• Total shipping weight 381 lbs
• Residential deliveries cost extra
• Local dock pickup saves residential fees
• Pensacola, FL pickups – read our policies HERE
• FREE shipping to commercial location w/ forklift*
• Units available in Pensacola, FL with $150 discount
• Free shipping applies to $200 maximum. If shipping exceeds this amount a surcharge may be needed




5.0 / 5 (1 review)
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  • Dane Ericksen Aug 7, 2019

    Great replacement for my 14-year old Lift Buddy

    Aug 7, 2019
    I purchased the LD1K lift after my 14-year old Lift Buddy motorcycle lift failed. It had been a great lift for my 2003 Yamaha Star, but when the hydraulic cylinder failed to extend I could not find anyone interested in repairing, and Lift Buddy no longer made motorcycle lifts. So, had the old Lift Buddy removed and replaced it with the nearly identically sized Redline Engineering LD1K. Plus, this was an upgrade, because the LD1K offered the option of using air pressure to raise the lift instead of manually pumping. My DeWalt 4.5-gallon home air compressor was able to accomplish that task, although manually pumping up the lift was also not a problem for my 630-pound motorcycle. The LD1K's tire vice was not quite as huge as the tire vice my Lift Buddy had, so agree with Redline's instructions to also use straps. After some experimentation found that strapping via the highway pegs on the engine guards gave rock solid mounting, so it's not a big deal to use straps along with the tire vice. Also appreciate the quick assistance Redline Engineering provided in issues for motor freight delivery to my location; that ended up making the residential, "inside" delivery work out. The LD1K came well packaged in a wooden crate, so also will provide additional firewood after removing the nails and cutting up.

Ask & Answer

  • Steve May 10, 2022
    Q. Is there a replacement air motor available, mine is giving out..
    A. Yes sir. We know a guy who knows a guy who knows a guy that can get you ONE OF THESE Thanks Steve!
  • nhsteve Sep 21, 2021
    Q. Is there a "maximum" air PSI limit for using this? Currently my air compressor, a larger unit with good capacity, puts out 145-150 PSI. I do not have any way (currently) of reducing that (a regulator is planned, but several months away). I would not want to damage the hydraulics with over-pressure. Thanks.
    A. We tell folks that about 120 psi is where you want to be. A regulator is a very quick, cheap, and easy install, so we'd definitely recommend doing that versus blowing the air motor apart. Thanks Steve.


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