Don't use a single tie-down point
(such as the tow pintle)
I sent a technician to the airframes shop to get a different tool because the one they were using kept getting hung up on the chain tie-down point
To avoid entanglements and accidental disconnections, I like to secure cables to the camera or telescope, so I would have liked to see a tie-down point
on the QSI body.
The transducer is located in the aft portion of the brake hub and has a wire protruding from it that is adjacent to the aft wheel tie-down point
I was somewhat fortunate: A tie-down point
absorbed the van's momentum, and the damage was limited.
Almost 13" in overall length, the Model 5 is a brute and comes with a self-locking Celcon sheath with retaining strap and multiple tie-down points
The model features a square-shape cabin to maximise cargo space, with fold-flat front and rear passenger seats that provide flexibility to load items around 10 feet long, and seatbacks are fitted with tie-down points
to securely anchor large objects.
Many of the well accepted features in the current 1-2 tonne range such as the retractable undercarriage, upper-structure tie-down points
and advanced diagnostics are available as standard on the E17Z.
Speaking of the cargo bed, it comes equipped with integrated anchors and tie-down points
, plus multiple recesses to hold items like a 5-gallon bucket in place.
The base model features heavy-duty 3,500-pound Timbren axleless suspension, disc brakes, powder-coated steel sidewalls, adjustable tie-down points
, forward cargo rack, premium off-road tires, rear receiver, locking tailgate, LED lights, an automotive grade harness, and a pintle hitch.
Within the bed, the BoxLink system adds locking cleats that add tie-down points
for securing loads, and there are also handy D-rings and new LED lighting.
Ergonomic multi-function joystick controls, a deluxe color LCD instrumentation panel, extended grease intervals and four convenient tie-down points
further enhance the operator experience.