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CHAPTER SIXTEEN
T-34C AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS FAMILIARIZATION
WORKBOOK
Towing
Towing of the aircraft should be accomplished ideally with a Beech or suitable towbar. The
propeller restraint must be installed before towing. Caution must be exercised so as not to
exceed 30 nose gear limits either side of center line. Exceeding limits may result in strut
structural damage.
Securing
The proper steps for securing the aircraft must be based on the time the aircraft will be left
unattended, the aircraft weight, expected wind conditions, and the anticipated availability of
personnel.
Normal weather:
Control lock installed
Chock main wheels fore and aft
Propeller restraint installed
Inlet duct plugs installed
Tie-downs attached:
One under each wing
One under the empennage
Figure 16-1 Tiedown/Securing Aircraft
16-4
BASIC FEATURES AND GROUND HANDLING


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