|Quoting DiamondFlyer (Reply 1):|
For the price of that thing, I'd be inclined to look at purchasing a used riding lawnmower/lawn tractor
|Quoting N353SK (Reply 2):|
|Quoting lowrider (Reply 6):|
I would not trust an aircraft the size and weight of a Bravo to that sporty's tug. Nor would I go with riding mower type. They may have enough power to get the aircraft moving, but in my opinion, they lack sufficient brakes for stopping quickly.
|Quoting Corey07850 (Reply 13):|
Maybe it's just me but overlooking something as simple as how to move a plane in and out of the hangar does not bode well for a flight department about to operate what I imagine is their first jet aircraft.
|Quoting pilotpip (Reply 17):|
If they have the money to buy a Bravo they can spend a couple thousand more for a good tug and towbar or perhaps a used lektro.
|Quoting Fly2HMO (Reply 18):|
Anyways, I found this:
|Quoting YWG (Reply 23):|
Quoting donniecs (Reply 11):
Our Lektro tugs have worked great for us, they make a few different models.
+1...literally so simple a pilot could work it! Love them!
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