|Skylock is an inexpensive throttle lock for aircraft with Cessna type push-pull throttles. The device will accept shafts up to .375" diameter, and is made of heavy-gauge cadmium plated steel. Skylock affords great peace of mind to aircraft owners at very little cost. Just put in place after every flight, secure with your own favorite padlock, and your throttle cannot be moved! Simple, but it works.|
I have the ElectroAir EIS switch panel replacing my key magneto / start switch, so use this for aircraft security when I travel and park outside a hangar. It works perfectly with a combination lock on my Cardinal RG.
We have 4 of these for club Cessna 172S aircraft. Needed to comply with NJ two lock rule for planes locked outside and with ElectroAirElectronic ignitions that replace key start with rocker switches.
Works great! I painted mine bright red and bought a small pad-lock for it.
Bought it for my 1966 Cessna 150 - fits perfectly - I love it
Works great, I used a number dial padlock, also have another one with a keyed hitch pin. Dont like that setup as well as the numbered one.
Did not fit ACS own throttle cable as advised it would, still no resolution
Although the description states that it will work on Cessna push-pull throttles be advised that it will not fit over the early Cessna throttle knobs that have a larger, more rounded shape (similar to AS part #05-13700).
These weigh approximately 0.4 lbs each.
No. These do not work on vernier controls. You would have to use the ACS Products Lock p/n 13-08000.
This actually goes on the shaft behind the knob and will accept shafts up to .375" diameter.