ALASKAN BUSHWHEEL INC. designs and manufactures ALASKAN BUSHWHEELS made for flying and landing off-field in the most rugged backcountry conditions. They absorb the energy of rough landings, taking the brunt of the impact off the pilots, wheels, gear, and airframe. Unlike your standard aircraft tire, Bushwheels are tubeless. This distinctive design eliminates the problem of tire slippage and stem shearing and makes it possible to run these tires at very low PSI. Different models are offered to suit needs of aircraft operating conditions. Alaskan Bushwheels are FAA TSO C62d approved. Models are available in the following versions and most of them fit standard 6" wheels:
Standard thread: 3/16"
Heavy thread: 1/4". Heavy tread 26" Bushwheels are constructed with a thicker tread layer. Suitable for pilots operating their aircraft on pavement between backcountry flights.