Bogert Aviation Flat Pivot Point Adjustable Jack Pad

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Part# 12-00837
MFR Model# 30M-FPP


Pivot point adapts to nearly any angle while jacking. Use on both tri-gear and tail wheel aircraft.
    Adjust width, taper and angle adjustment.
    Adapts to many jacks. Works with jacks with 1.25 diameter ram (Typical 6-Ton Bottle Jack).
    Fits: Cessna C-120, 140, 150, 170, 172, 175, 180, 185. 182, 188, 190, 195, 205, 206, 336, 337, flat gear 177RG, Piper Tomahawk, Beech Skipper, Champion, Bellanca, Diamond DA20/DA40 and similar spring steel landing gear.
    Includes yellow pad and jack adapter
    Sold as Singles
    Made in the USA


Well made and as advertised.

Fred T Verified Purchase


December 14, 2021

Easy to install. Holds in place until its removed. Made jacking the plane up to change bearing a breeze.

October 3, 2019

I made my own similar to this. I just wanted to recommend the use of a piece of leather between the jack and the gear leg. It slips less and protects the gear leg paint

Kurt E
June 3, 2019

The ends are not high enough, does not encompass the strut on a 172 with the wrap on it.

Lonzo H
November 5, 2018

Product along with any bottle jack will not accomplish job. May seem inconsequential, but the product description should state 1. Additional C-Clamp for safety restraint required. 2. Bottle Jack head must be approximately but not to exceed 1 3/16 for swivel head to be secured. 3. Use caution while jacking for weight shift movement of remaining gear points. My bottle jack would not safely accommodate the swivel head due to size so I had to track down another jack. 5/8 Wrench & 11/16 Wrench or socket required for tool fitment. Additional Allen Wrench required for Swivel Head attachment. Instruction also suggests lining tool to prevent marring of Landing Gear. In all, caused delay getting all the proper pieces assembled.

July 23, 2020

Hand made tool did not work as described needs for C clamp extra, as never sit in it place Worth for $25 not more

W. R
September 20, 2018


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Q: What is the contact surface? Is it only the painted yellow metal, or is there a rubber pad on the gripping surfaces, or...? Also, what is the depth of the gripping surfaces (i.e., the dimension corresponding to gear leg thickness)? Weight?

The contact surface is yellow powder coat. The pad is designed to slide into place (angled gear) and the pad will not move, the side brackets are angled. You can put on a shop towel or rubber backing if you like. The depth of the gripping surfaces is 1". The weight would be 5lbs.

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