The Nose-Dragger Dragger™ 6HP Gas Powered Tow Bar features a swing gate front roller (for easy loading), 10 ball bearing rollers (which push and guide the nose wheel), and does not require the use of adapters, winches, or hydraulics. Effortless ground handling is accomplished by its lightweight design and slow walking speed. The Nose-Dragger Dragger accepts nose wheels up to 600 x 6 (with or without wheel fairings), and no metal-to-metal or metal-to-fiberglass contact. Available in gas or electric power models.
Powerful gas motor, Simple hand clutch speed control with reverse, neutral, and 1st, 2nd, & 3rd gears. The Gas powered model accepts aircraft up to 6,500 lbs. The 12V model will accept aircraft up to 3,000 lbs.
• Patented Design • No Winches • No Hydraulics • No Metal To Metal Contact • No Adapters Required • Superior Traction
• Easy 'Swing Gate' Loading • 5 Second Loading & Unloading • Fits Almost Any Aircraft • With OR Without Wheel Fairings • Maneuver In Any Direction • Operator Has Good View Of Wingtips Nose-Dragger Dragger™ Loading Sequence
Q: I have a Lancair Legacy RG and the entrance to the hangar is at a slight slope. Does the tug have an adjustment for the rollers that guide the nosewheel (forward and backward) so that the aircraft wont roll forward and bump hard into the front roller when it goes over the crest of the pavement?
These units are designed to run on a flat surface; however, they can be used on an incline if the grade is below 5% grade. So this will all depend on the % grade of your slope.
Q: What are the weights and dimensions of the package?
DIMS: 57X34X21 / WEIGHT: 165LBS
Q: Just a note for you-all!
I have a Cessna 185 with 10 inch tail wheel.
Been using this nosedragger for a few years by just placing the nylon slides upside down.
Captures the tail wheel perfectly.
Pulls my Skywagon uphill into the hangar here at Show Low, Az.
I like it.
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