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Old August 6th 09, 08:03 PM posted to rec.aviation.owning
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John wrote:
I need to acquire a dolly capable of recovering a typical general
aviation aircraft with a flat tire.
I would like something that I can just place the flat tire wheel
assembly onto without removing wheel pants or brakes. It also needs
to be capable of being towed up to a mile using only one tug.

Any ideas?


Have done it with a 4 wheel dolly, but it was one of
the really sturdy ones that moving companies use.

McMaster-Carr has many of them, but I don't know which
model would be it. www.mcmaster.com
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Old May 16th 14, 03:53 AM posted to rec.aviation.owning
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On Thursday, April 16, 2009 7:48:26 AM UTC-7, John wrote:
I need to acquire a dolly capable of recovering a typical general
aviation aircraft with a flat tire.
I would like something that I can just place the flat tire wheel
assembly onto without removing wheel pants or brakes. It also needs
to be capable of being towed up to a mile using only one tug.

Any ideas?


go to theirontire.com for the answer
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Old May 16th 14, 05:25 AM posted to rec.aviation.owning
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Default Aircraft Recovery Dolly

wrote:
On Thursday, April 16, 2009 7:48:26 AM UTC-7, John wrote:
I need to acquire a dolly capable of recovering a typical general
aviation aircraft with a flat tire.
I would like something that I can just place the flat tire wheel
assembly onto without removing wheel pants or brakes. It also needs
to be capable of being towed up to a mile using only one tug.

Any ideas?


go to theirontire.com for the answer


As the original post is 5 years old, I would think the problem is solved
by now.



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Old August 18th 14, 10:04 AM posted to rec.aviation.owning
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Default Aircraft Recovery Dolly

On Thursday, April 16, 2009 9:48:26 AM UTC-5, John wrote:
I need to acquire a dolly capable of recovering a typical general aviation aircraft with a flat tire. I would like something that I can just place the flat tire wheel assembly onto without removing wheel pants or brakes. It also needs to be capable of being towed up to a mile using only one tug.Any ideas?


I have built what you wish for. It carries a capacity of 10,000lbs and works great. Hydraulics up to twice as much. Typically you can roll a flat tire 1 1/2 ft Even if rim is damaged the same can happen. If interested visit aircraftrecovery.net
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Old August 18th 14, 05:25 PM posted to rec.aviation.owning
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Default Aircraft Recovery Dolly

wrote:
On Thursday, April 16, 2009 9:48:26 AM UTC-5, John wrote:
I need to acquire a dolly capable of recovering a typical general
aviation aircraft with a flat tire. I would like something that I
can just place the flat tire wheel assembly onto without removing
wheel pants or brakes. It also needs to be capable of being towed
up to a mile using only one tug.Any ideas?


I have built what you wish for.


After 5 years I would imagine the original problem has been solved.



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