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6 X 2 GENERAL SOLID TAILWHEEL TIRE

$122.75/Each
Part# 06-15800
MFR Model# 06-15800

Overview

A flexible rubber tire with four knobs on center hole. This is Scott P/N 1879 used on Scott Model 2000 tailwheels and some Scott 3-24B tailwheels. Also used on Lang D-501A tailwheel. Replaces Goodyear 6x2 (11 knobs) solid tailwheel tire.
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Chris P Verified Purchase

SOLID GENERAL TAILWHEEL TIRE 6x2

November 16, 2021

Hi Jim, Everything about this order went perfectly. Don’t change anyone or anything you and your great staff are doing! J ohm Morrissey

John M Verified Purchase

SOLID GENERAL TAILWHEEL TIRE 6x2

July 22, 2021

My service from Spruce has always been great but the longevity of this part is not good. Even allowing that I use my 7AC for training this tire is only good for about 100 hours if Im lucky.

Daniel F
September 2, 2021

The original Goodyear 6 x 2.00 tire on the Lang D501 tailwheel assembly has 11 beads. This General only has 4 beads. I have been thru four of the Generals now and am lucky to get 100 hours and 200 landings out of one, before the beads fail and the tire becomes loose on the rim. The original Goodyear lasted 15 years, 500 hours and at least a thousand landings. Find someone that can make a proper tailwheel tire. At 90 bucks a pop there has to be something better. On a tailwheel airplane the failure prone General is a safety issue.

John L
March 3, 2019

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