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Redline Stiffy

$295.95/Each
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Part# 13-04064

Overview

1-pound, spring-loaded, reversable-ratcheting mechanism that greatly increases the “leverage” available to help move your plane. Must be used with either the ST-1 or BE-3 Towbar, purchased separately. Made in the USA using 4130 Chromoly material.
Application: Beechcraft - Bonanza, Baron, Travel Air, T-34
   
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Reviews

Works Great! Redline tow bar required, so it winds up around $500, but it does move your plane from a standstill, up hill, etc, doesn’t require batteries and weighs far less than the 38 lbs of a Sidewinder. I use it for travel as I have a Powertow in my hangar, but it really does work. You can essentially pump/cycle the handle/tow bar to keep the plane moving.

Derek C
December 21, 2020

Very happy with my Stiffy... moves my Baron in mysterious ways. No Viagra required.

Russ L
October 22, 2017

I returned it it would not move my V35 an in. All it did was compress the tire

Justin S
July 31, 2019

No clue how it would move that Barron when it would not budge my bonanza all it did was compress the tire !

Justin S
July 26, 2019

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