Lift King LK4037 Heavy Duty Semi Hood Attachment

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Lift King LK4037 Heavy Duty Semi Hood Attachment

*Lift King Main Component shown in pics (in blue) sold separately 

Buy this item as part of a combo package for big savings:


The Lift King Semi Hood Attachment comes with the parts needed to connect to the Main Component (SOLD SEPARATELY) for one technician to perform the removal or installation of semi hoods of all types without any physical lifting or strain.

This package comes with two rear mounting options:

Tilt Scoop Mount: This application requires the grill to be removed. It allows the technician to remove the semi hood, quickly, safely, and with little to no effort. This is a great option when performing collision repairs, fiberglass, or aluminum repair. The technician can tilt the hood to the perfect angle and perform repairs in the most visible and comfortable position.

Non-Tilt Mount: This application does not require the grill to be removed.  It allows the technician to remove the semi hood, quickly, safely, and with little effort. This is a great option when performing mechanical repairs that require the hood to be removed.

Both applications make removing a semi hood a very EASY, FAST, and SAFE process for one technician. They keep the hood very secure and allow the technician to easily relocate the hood anywhere in the shop.

Key Benefits:

PRODUCTIVITY: Pay one technician to do the job instead of four.

SAFETY: Good technicians are hard to find and should be protected as an asset. The Lift King will eliminate physical strain and protect the technician from injury.

QUALITY: The Lift King will allow a technician to remove or install the semi hood with precise adjustments when removing or inserting pins, or the brackets that secure the hood to the truck. Quality is preserved by avoiding human error and possible damage to the hood.

The Lift King is the safest and most efficient way to remove or install a semi hood.

Warranty Information

New Equipment Warranty Policy

Liftking Manufacturing Corp warrants new products sold by it under the trademark Liftking to be free from defects in material and workmanship for twelve (12) months or two thousand (2000) operating hours – whichever occurs first – after delivery of the product to the initial user. Rentals are considered as retail sales.

The warranty shall be fulfilled by any authorized Liftking dealer who will provide, at their place of business, a new orrepaired part (whichever Liftking elects) along with established labor forthe installation ofsuch partsfound upon itsinspection to be defective in material or workmanship. All engine warranty will be provided by the authorized engine dealer.

Defective parts are to be held at the dealership for sixty (60) days (from date of Liftking receiving the completed warranty claim form) and if requested, returned to Liftking (prepaid) for inspection and final determination of warranty coverage. Replacement parts provided under the terms of this warranty are warranted for the duration of the warranty of the product in which they are installed.

This warranty shall not apply to:

1. Any operation which is part of a pre-delivery or 50-hour inspection service.
2. Vendor warranted items such as tires.
3. Normal maintenance services such as engine tune-up, fuel system cleaning, lubrication, brake adjustments, chain and roller adjustment; as well as normal replacement of service items such as filters, oils, tune-up parts, brake or clutch linings.
4. Deterioration of rubber components and exterior finish due to normal use or exposure.
5. Any part of the machine that has been subject to abuse, negligence, alterations, accidents or in connection with parts or attachments made or supplied by someone other than Liftking.
6. Incidental charges such as towing, fluids, and lubricants (including oil, fuel, antifreeze, etc.).
7. Travel time, shipping expenses, meals, and overtime.
8. Transportation and trucking charges.
9. Loaner equipment.
10. Loss of revenue.