Figure 2-35. Towing, Turn Limits
Release brake pedals.
Do not set parking brakes when the
ambient temperatures. Allow brakes
to cool before setting parking brakes.
To release the parking brakes push in
on the parking brake handle.
The control lock (fig. 2-21) holds the engine
and propeller control levers in a secure position. The
elevator, rudder, and ailerons are secured in a neutral
position. Install the control locks as follows:
With engine and propeller control
levers in secure position, slide lock around the aligned
Install elevator and aileron lockpin
through the pilot's control column to lock control wheel.
Install rudder lock pin through floor
mounted door, forward of pilot's seat, making sure
rudder is in neutral position.
Reverse steps I through 3 above to
remove control lock. Store control lock.
2-104. INSTALLATION OF PROTECTIVE COVERS.
The crew will ensure that the aircraft protective
covers are installed when leaving the aircraft.
The aircraft is moored to ensure its immovability,
conditions. The following paragraphs give, in detail, the
instructions for proper mooring of the aircraft.
Mooring Provisions. Mooring points (fig. 2-
36) are provided beneath the wings and tail. Additional
mooring cables may be attached to each landing gear.
General mooring equipment and procedures necessary
to moor the aircraft, in addition to the following, are
given in TM 55-1500-204-25/1.
Use mooring cables of 1/4 inch
diameter aircraft cable and clamp (clip-wire rope), chain
or rope (3/4 inch diameter or larger). Length of the
cable or rope will be dependent upon existing
circumstances. Allow sufficient slack in ropes, chains,
or cable to compensate for tightening action due to