towing eye

towing eye

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A ring or a hook on an aircraft structure in which a tow bar may be attached for moving aircraft on the ground. See also tow bar.
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Prosecutors said Fry was carrying an offensive weapon - a metal towing eye - and the third man was armed with a cricket bat.
Just screw a towing eye to the side of your house and drag it up the road.
Good Samaritan lost a towing eye I''D like to try to contact a lady who kindly stopped to help me out when my car was stuck by the car park at Moel Famau in February.
investment steel casting to replace a six-piece welded towing eye bracket saving $6989 per unit, a total of $4.2 million over 600 quantities.
All models are standard equipped with electric brakes, ICC lighting package, adjustable towing eye, front jack support, lighting harness, safety chains, and document holder.
On the styling front the M3 has a one-off custom front bumper with the towing eye removed and smoothed, number plate holder removed and the holes left behind smoothed out.
Mr Brown said the 4x4, fitted with a towing eye on its bumper, had an 'uncompromising' front end.
For Coventry-based GRP Engineering supplied the towing eye on the Royal State Bentley which is due to be presented to the Queen as a gift during her Golden Jubilee.
The lower part of the coupling can be lowered for the reception of the towing eye.
A steel cable connected to a winch was inserted through the cast iron main and attached to a towing eye connected to a nose cone at the opposite end of the pipe.
The diesel engines are positioned near to the towing eye. The trailer weighs 7 900 kg.