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towbar

a rigid metal bar or frame used for towing vehicles

towbar

[′tō‚bär]
(engineering)
An element which connects to a vehicle that is not equipped with an integral drawbar, for the purpose of towing or moving the vehicle.
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Cars at risk should be provided to service centers for the replacement of towbar bolts.
The report finds that conventional towbar mechanism continues to be the preference for the aviation industry; however, the status quo is undergoing a change owing to proliferation of electric aircraft towbars.
Ian Jordan, Bulldog Security Products managing director, said customers will now be able to have a tracker fitted at the same time as their towbar.
(NYSE: HZN) has terminated its agreed deal to Dutch towbars, wiring kits and towing accessories manufacturer Brink Group from H2 Equity Partners, the company said.
Plus, if you want a barbecue that you know will last for as long as you have your motorhome, campervan or trailer, Huddersfield Towbar Centre supplies a huge selection of top-quality drum barbecues.
Menzies told them they didn't have a suitable towbar and Etihad pledged to put one on the flight to Scotland.
Traveling on 6 x 2-inch low-noise polyurethane wheels (two swivel, two double rigid), the mother cart is outfitted with a self-stowing towbar, clevis and pin hitch, and additional weight in the frame for skid-free tracking when connected in trains.
When I saw the blueshirts approach my jet with a towbar, I squeezed the paddle switch with my right pinky to disengage nosewheel steering (NWS), which was my common practice.
And the rugged Steed Tracker adds the likes of special fit General Grabber all-terrain tyres, an over-rail bedliner, towbar with audible monitor, front and rear mud flaps, rubber mats and metallic paint.
And the rugged Steed Tracker adds the likes of special fit General Grabber all-terrain tyres, an overrail bedliner, towbar with audible monitor, front and rear mud flaps, rubber mats and metallic paint.
When it's time to turn in your wheeled vehicle towbar, NSN 4910-01-365-9304, make sure you include all of its components.
Towing can be an art; it's always an operation in which we risk damaging the airplane due to a faulty towbar, failure to properly attach it to the airplane or exceeding the landing gear's limitations.

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