|The deluxe Cessna towbar is very popular and designed for those who demand the ultimate in convenience and durability. Spring loaded forks allow easy one handed engagement without getting on your hands and knees. Length 46.5" extended, 26" collapsed. Wt. 3.75 lbs. Ideal for Cessna RGs Including 210 series. Attached to 5/8" lug nuts on nose strut.|
Just what I was looking for.
What a great little tow bar! Great value. I would like to see a bit shorter spring, but it can be changed. I dont turn the handle around for storing, just slide it down. Tossed the welded-up rusty original. Very nice.
Needed a lightweight tow bar for my light sport Cessna 162, and this works great. Fits well on the nose gear, and stows nice and snug in the back.
Works well -- sturdy and compact. Was being repurposed to tow an RV12 vs a Cessna. Fork does not open enough when spread by the grip at mid-bar, but can be forced the needed extra 1/4 by pulling at the tang. Once attached, it works wonderfully. Dont know how long it will last, but the impression is very positive.
Works exactly as advertised. Handles the 172/182s well. Lightweight yet strong.
Excellent tool for my Skylane . Spring tensioner works as it should. Happy with it.
easy to use and stays on when turning.
Great product that shipped really fast! Would definitely recommend!
This is not a universal part. It will work depending on where on the aircraft it connects. This towbar connects to 5/8" lugs on the aircraft. So the customer will need to know where it will connect to the aircraft and if it has 5/8" lugs on the nose gear.
Per the supplier: They will come as close as 2-7/8" apart.
These towbars are made in the USA.
The max width between the lug receivers is approximately 8-1/2".
Yes, these towbars will work great for a Cessna 172.
This should fit the 210 provided he has 5/8 lugs on the nose gear strut.
This will fit the Cessna 150 if he uses a 5/8 lug on the nose gear strut.
4130 chromoly steel.
As long as the 310 has 5/8" lugs it will work.