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Started by Joe Lavery, March 03, 2023, 03:28:19 PM

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bernard S

nose gear

jackpilot



Jack

bernard S

the other side

jackpilot

#28
what is the red line for on the wheel rim(1st pic)?


Jack

bernard S

well Jack there are reasons why wheel rims have so much detail in real life..

1 they have yellow cap on valve as caution  to put back on and easy to notice when off

2.. the rectangle red bit is screwed to wheel and has tail number on it

3.. what you did not notice is a bit that has a counterweight inside of the split rim to balance it

4.. the thin red line yiubask about is a warning marking which reads .. Cautiin deflate before removing bolts ..why because nose wheel takes 120 psi

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Educational... ;)
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test buff  getting there still more to do

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