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Brackett Multi-Link Flat Tire Dolly

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Part# 13-04159


This towbar model TY-TB-FTD can be used to tow most aircraft with a nose wheel gross weight of up to 4,000 lbs. For use as a flat tire dolly the max load should not exceed 6,000 lbs. This towbar can also be used in cases where it is necessary to lower the tail of the aircraft to get into some T-Hangars. This towbar is very easy on the aircraft. The strap and tires absorb the startup shock. If you turn past the limits (donít), the nose wheel will slide on the pan. With the tow bar mounted on the front of the tug, drive the towbar up to the front of the tire. Stop a few inches short. Place the rubber protected hook or strap around the strut and winch it up on the pan to the stop.
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  • Length: 12 ft.
  • Pan: 20" X 26" L
  • Ramp Slope: 10į
  • Weight: 300 lbs.
  • Pan Capacity: 6,000 lbs.
  • Winch Capacity: 4,000 lbs.
  • Tire: 5.00 X 5 10 Ply
  • Color: Yellow Powder Coat



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Q: What is the max weight the Brackett Mult-Link flat tired dolly can hold?

Per the supplier: Max weight is 6000 lbs.

Q: Can it be used by aircraft with nosewheel fairings?

Per the vendor, you can use this with fairings but you need to remove the front and rear stops from the unit. The plane would still be secured with cables and in the winch.

Q: What is the largest plane you could tow with this set up? Mainly looking at using this for a main gear (not nose) dolly in the event we have a flat tire upon landing at our airport.

The pan is rated for 6,000 lbs, per the manufacturer.