- Part Number
- Design Load
- 3,500 lb. (1,587 kg)
- Ultimate Strength
- 15,750 lb. (7,140 kg)
- Release Capacity
- 8,750 lb. (3,969 kg)
- Minimum Release Load
- 7 lb. (3.2 kg)
- Unit Weight
- 3.0 lb. (1.36 kg)
- Typical Overhaul
- 5 years/1,000 hours
- Electrical Requirements
- 22-28 VDC (9 amps)
TALON LC Cargo Hook Replacement Kit
Product Number: 200-244-00
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Maintaining or overhauling old, outdated cargo hooks is expensive — both in terms of cost and in turnaround time. Why not save time and expense with a robust and readily available replacement cargo hook from Onboard Systems? With latest generation innovations and improvements, lower future overhaul costs, and quick availability to reduce downtime, Onboard Systems' replacement cargo hook kits are clearly the most cost-effective solution available.
NOTE: This replacement cargo hook kit is approved for installation on the Schweizer 269C P/N 269A4971-27 Cargo Hook KitView Manuals, Certifications, and Hardware Notes
- TALON® LC Cargo Hook:Our cargo hook sets the standard in reliability — a high quality, lighter weight and lower cost hook that also costs less to maintain over the life of the product.
- Trade-in Credit:Onboard Systems offers trade-in credits for competitor products, as well as upgrades. Please see our Trade-in Program Sheet
- The Onboard Advantage:Our cargo hook kits can be installed on new or existing aircraft using standard hand tools. Time between overhauls is five years or 1,000 operating hours. And because Onboard Systems maintains a large inventory of cargo hook kits and spare parts, we can usually ship your order out quickly.
- Easy Maintenance & Overhaul:Onboard cargo hooks can be overhauled in the field, at our factory, or by a qualified repair facility using simple hand tools. Quick parts availability minimizes downtime!
- Easy Field Installation:Available in easy-to-install kits for new installation or replacement of existing hook equipment.
- Release Safety:Onboard cargo hooks are designed to release 2.5 times rated load. In an emergency situation, such as a longline snag, Onboard hooks give pilots a significant margin of safety in which to release the cargo load.