Pro 9F

Pro 9F

The Direct Lift Pro 9F is a 9,000 lbs. capacity base plate style automotive lift with symmetric style arms. With an overall column height of 9’3”, the Pro 9F is the perfect choice for a shop owner with low ceiling clearance.
As with all of our two-post lifts, the Pro 9F will come with a free set of adapter extensions and all of the mounting hardware.


  • Dual hydraulic cylinders
  • Automatic arm restraints
  • Adapter extensions included
  • Dual safety latches
  • Powder coat finish
  • Designed & tested to rigid industry standards
  • 9,000 lbs. capacity
  • Five-year limited warranty
  • Simple installation
  • Available in Blue color only



  • Capacity: 9,000 lbs.
  • Overall Height: 111"
  • Lifting Time: 45 seconds
  • Inside Column: 111"
  • Maximum Lift Height: 81"
  • Overall Floor Width: 138.5"
  • Motor: 2HP, 220 Volt, Single Phase
  • Drive Thru: 97"
  • Column Size: 14.25" x 7.5"
  • Base Plate Width: 16"
  • Base of Lift: 20.5" x 17.5"
  • Minimum Pad Height: 4.5"
  • Shipping Weight: 1,730 lbs.

6 reviews for Pro 9F

  1. Jared Miller

    This lift has been something I’ve always wanted. It’s a low ceiling baseplate model, however it’ll lift just as high as a normal two post lift with a “overhead”. It was easy to install and use. It’s built well and has a lot of uses.

  2. Matt Smith

    My employer just installed some of these. 40 years as an automotive technician and this is without any doubt the worst lift I have ever worked on.

    • Direct Lift

      Could you please tell us what it is you dislike about the lifts?

  3. James

    Pro-9 after many years

  4. James A.

    I’ve had mine for 4 years. Easy to install, my vehicles feel very solid on it. Never any issues. The best tool in the garage.

  5. Jerry

    Is this lift made in the USA?

    • Direct Lift

      This lift is manufactured in our American-owned facility in Asia.

  6. Eric

    Purchased Pro 9F a few years ago. It is rock solid. When shopping for a lift , Take a look at the shipping weight. This lift by far had the thickest columns and base plates of all , The method of attaching the arms to the masts is superior to cheapie lifts.
    Very satisfied, worth a few extra bucks.

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