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If the airplane or helicopter you are seeking is not listed below in the Chart, please go to the end of the Application Chart to find how easy it is to get the right TriTask Aircraft Jacks and accessories for your application.



Aircraft TriTask Jacks Capacity Necessary Accessories
Aero Comander 100
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT63448 (2) AT-EBZA (1) AJL-ZB (1) ATS
Beechcraft:  1900,  99,  King Air (all series)
  (3) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
Beechcraft: 95, Baron, Debonair, Bonanza
  (2) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT-EB035 (1) ATS
OR (2) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT500-CA (2) AT-EB035(2) AT-JPR1 (1) ATS
Beechcraft: Bonanza Twin 50, Queen Air
  (2) A634
(1) A622
6000 lbs. (2721kg)
6000 lbs. (2721kg)

(1) AT62234
Beechcraft: Duke 60
  (3) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT62222D Inner Slide Tube w/offset socket
OR (3) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT500-CA2 Adapter w/offset socket
Beechcraft: Hawker 400, 400A Diamond, 700
  (2) A728B 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A725B 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Beechcraft: Hawker 800's, 900's, 1000
  (2) A728C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
  (1) A740C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)

(1) AT-EBZB

Beechcraft: Hawker 4000 Horizon
  (3) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
Beechcraft: Premier
  (3) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Bell: 204, 205, 212, 412
  (2) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (2?) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (4) AT500-CA (for load cell use)
Bell: 206 Series
L Skid (2) A512 6000 lbs. (2721kg) *** See the selection instructions at the end of this Chart
  (1) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EBZA (3) A500-CA
H Skid (2) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT500-CA
  (1) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Bell: 407
L Skid (2) A512 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EBZB (3) AT500-CA (for load cell use)
H Skid (2) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT500-CA (for load cell use)
  (1) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
Bell: 427, 429
Skids only (3) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (3) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZB
*** See the selection instructions at the end of this Chart
Bell: Ch-139, OH-58
L Skid (2) A512 6000 lbs. (2721kg) *** See the selection instructions at the end of this Chart
  (1) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (3) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZA
H Skid (1) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZA
Bell: UH-1, UH-1H
  (2) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg  
  (2) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg (4) AT500-CA (for load cell use)
Britten Norman: Islander/Trislander
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AJL-ZB (1) AT-EBZA (2) AT63448
  (1) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS (1) ATS-AA72
Bombardier: Challenger 300 Series
  (2) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
  (1) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Bombardier: Challenger 600 Series
  (2) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
  (1) A728C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)

(1) AT-EBZA  

Bombardier: CL-215, CL-415
  (2) A740C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZA
  (1) A728C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
Cessna: All High Wings except Caravan's
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT63448 (1) AJL-ZB (1) AT-EBZA (1) ATS
Cessna: Caravans 208, 208B, 406
  (2) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
  (1) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EBZA
OR (1) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
Cessna: 310, 320, 337 Skymaster, 340
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EB055 or (1) AT-EBZB
  OR    
  (3) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
Cessna: All 400 Series except 406 Caravan II
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EB055 or (1) AT-EBZB
  OR    
  (3) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
Cessna: Citation I 500, II 550, V 560
  (2) A725B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
  (1) A722B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZB 
Cessna: Citation CJ1, CJ2, CJ3 (525's)
  (2) A725B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
  (1) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT500-CA
OR (1) A722B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
Cessna: Citation CJ4 (525C)
  ?   *** See the selection instructions at the end of this Chart
Cessna: Citation V 560XL, 560XLS
  (2) A728C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
  (1) A725B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Cessna: Citation III 650, VI 650, VII 650
  (2) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
  (1) A725B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZB
Cessna: Citation 680 Sovereign
  (2) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
  (1) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Cessna: Citation X 750
  (2) A740C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (2) AT-EB015 (1) AT-EBZB
  (1) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
Cessna: Mustang 510
  (3) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
Dassault: Falcon 10
  (3) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Dassault: Falcon 20
  (3) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZB
Dassault: Falcon 50
  (2) A740C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
  (1) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZB
Eurocopter: AS355, BK-117, BO-105, EC135, EC145 (UH-72A)
  (4) A512 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (4) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZA
*** See the selection instructions at the end of this Chart
Eurocopter: AS365
  (2) A521 ? 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (3) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZA
  (1) A519 ? 6000 lbs. (2721kg) *** See the selection instructions at the end of this Chart
Eurocopter: EC120
  (2) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZA
  (1) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AJL-ZA (2) AT63448
Eurocopter: EC130
L Skid (2) A512 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (3) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZB
H Skid (2) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT500-CA (1) AT-EBZB
Eurocopter: All others
  ?   *** See the selection instructions at the end of this Chart
Eclipse: 500 (VLJ)
  (2) A519 6000 lbs. (2721kg)  
  (1) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) AT-EC01
Fairchild Swearingen: Merlin II, III, IV
  (3) A740C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Gulfstream: Aero Commander
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2722kg) (2) AT63448 (2) AT-EBZA (1) AJL-ZB
Gulfstream: I
  (2) A740C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZA
  (1) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
Gulfstream: G100
  (3) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZB
Gulfstream: G150
  (2) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
  (1) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZB
Gulfstream: G200 Galaxy
  (2) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg)  
  (1) A728C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Gulfstream: Tubo Commander
  (2) A760A 10000 lbs. (4536kg)  
Jet Commander Westwind
  (2) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZB
Learjet: All 20's, 30's, 55
  (2) A725B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZB
  (1) A722B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
Learjet: 45
  (2) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
  (1) A725B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Learjet: 60, 70/75
  (2) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
  (1) A722B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Lockheed: JetStar, JetStar II
  (3) A734C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZB
Mitsubishi: MU-2's
  (2) A760A 10000 lbs. (4536kg)  
  (1) A722B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Mooney
  (2) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS
OR (2) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS
Navion
  (2) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT-EB055 (1) ATS
OR (2) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS
North American Sabreliner
  (3) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA
Pilatus: PC-9
  (3) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZA (1) ATS (Pilatus jack point studs fit Jacks)
Pilatus: PC-12
  (2) A728B 16000 lbs. (7258kg)  
  (1) A740C 24000 lbs. (10886kg) (1) AT-EBZA (Pilatus jack point studs fit Jacks)
Piper: Aztec, Cherokee, Comanche, Seneca
  (2) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS
OR (2) A521 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS
Piper: Aerostar & Chieftan
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS
Piper: Cheyeene II
  (2) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) ATS (1) ATS-AA72
Piper: Cheyenne III
  (3) A734B 16000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) ATS (1) ATS-AA72
Piper: Malibu PA-46
  (2) A627 6000 lbs. (7258kg) (1) AT-EBZB (1) ATS ?
Piper: Navajo
  (2) A634 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS
Piper: Saratoga
  (2) A622 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (2) AT-EB055 (1) ATS
OR (2) A627 6000 lbs. (2721kg) (1) ATS


Fixed Wing Airplanes

How to select the correct TriTask A500, A600 or A700 Series Aircraft Jacks to lift fixed wing airplanes...

  1. If the airplane weights more than 8000 lbs. (3629kg) but equal to or less than 32000 lbs. (14517kg), you must select any of the TriTask A700 Series Aircraft Jacks.
  2. Measure the distance from the hanger floor up to the bottom of each of the jack point tips located on the underside of the airplane.
  3. When deciding below which TriTask Aircraft Jacks to use for your application, please factor in the following conditions, as they have an effect on the jacking point height:
    1. Is the fuel on board the airplane less than or more than normal?
    2. Are the tires under inflated... over inflated... or normal?
    3. Are the struts less compressed or more compressed than normal?
  4. The normal primary net clearances will be 4.5" (11.4cm) less than the measurements you took in number 2 above. If any of the conditions found in number 3 were not normal, then you should adjust either up or down as much as 2.5" (6.4cm) to establish the adjusted net clearances needed.
    1. Example...
      1. An airplane has more than the normal fuel on board and the struts are compressed more than normal. Therefore it would be wise to add to your measurements maybe 1.5" (3.8cm) to establish the adjusted net clearances you need.
      2. If one of your measurements was 30." (76.2cm) from number 2 above, then your net clearance would be 27." (68.6cm). This represents 30." minus the normal primary 4.5" plus the adjusted 1.5" equaling 27" (76.2cm - 11.4cm + 3.8cm = 68.8cm).
  5. If you'll be using the standard top-of-the-jack load cells to lift the airplane, your new net clearances will be 4.5" (11.4cm) less than what you established in number 4 above.
  6. Now you can choose the TriTask Jacks that are equal to or just a little shorter than the appropriate net clearances you established before. If the difference is more than 2" (5cm), you should use an AT-EBxxx Extension Bar to make up the difference.
  7. Sometimes it is better to have a little shorter TriTask Jack combined with one of the AT-EBxxx Extension Bars so the TriTask Jack can possibly be used on other airplanes - so long as the shorter TriTask Jack has enough lifting stroke to lift the wheels off the hanger floor.
  8. Please call or email us with your findings so we can better serve our customers at 800-253-2076 or customersupport@meyerhydraulics.com

 

Helicopters

How to select the correct TriTask A500 or A600 Series Aircraft Jacks to lift any helicopter with skids that weighs less than 8000 lbs. (2722k...

  1. Measure the distance from the hanger floor up to the bottom of each of the jack point tips located on the underside of the helicopter.
  2. If you'll be using the standard top-of-the-jack load cells, then take 4.5" (11.4cm) away from each of the above measurements to give you the net clearances.
  3. Select the TriTask Jacks that are equal to or just a little shorter than the net clearances. If the difference is more than 2" (5cm), you should use an AT-EBxxx Extension Bar to make up the difference. This way valuable hydraulic lifting stoke won't be lost.
  4. Please call or email us with your findings so we can better serve our customers at 800-253-2076 or customersupport@meyerhydraulics.com.

 

Application Chart Limitations
This chart was developed over the years to assist the buyer in the selection of any equipment that may be needed for lifting certain aircraft. While we've tried to be as accurate as possible, it's ulitmately the buyer's responsibility to make sure the suggested selection of lifting equipment matches the actual requirements. Meyer Hydraulics does not warrant the accuracy of the information found in this Application Chart.

Please contact Meyer Hydraulics if your aircraft weighing under 32,000 lbs. isn't listed in the above chart. Someone in Customer Support will work with you to see if we can take care of your needs.



The above aircraft jacks are listed under the index categories of: Aircraft Jacks, Tripod Hydraulic Jacks, Hydraulic Jacks.
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