Eliminates the frustration of having unstable Aircraft Jacks that conflict with landing gear components and gear doors adjacent to your jack point. Owners of Beechcraft Bonanza 33/35/36 aircraft especially appreciate these aircraft jacks for the manner in which they may be positioned clear of the inner gear door hinge. If the only plane you'll be lifting is the Bonanza….please see Model #324.
Effective Range: 26" - 43"
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Great jack but will not work on a Bonanza or Baron if the strut completely goes flat. The 324 would work better as the 2 inches makes a big difference
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Yes the application chart lists this as the jack most commonly used with this aircraft.
The manufacturer recommends the 324W for that model. A 326W would work, but they may need to lift the plane up onto the jacks if there is not enough clearance.