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B737 Rudder adjusting crank unit

Started by MjTom, June 18, 2017, 11:22:17 PM

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MjTom

June 18, 2017, 11:22:17 PM Last Edit: June 18, 2017, 11:24:45 PM by MjTom
Hello,
Mostly I have no original pictures, now I have two different.






Once directly under the lower light panel....
....the other directly above the metal cladding and a piece below the light panel.

Which is from the B738-NG ?

If somebody have a few pictures from the NG adjusting unit or measures, I would be very grateful.

so long, Thomas

Karl737

Hi Thomas,

The top one is from a classic and the bottom from an NG.

Will take some pics for you tomorrow...

Regards,
Karl

Gallie

It looks like the top is a real crank + CB panel mounted to a replica bracket and mip frame.

Both classic and NG cranks are located at the exact same position. The lower subpanel frame on a classic and NG have the same hights.

The classic crank brackets are rivited to the mip frame where the NG crank is bolted.
The mounting bracket is the only main difference in apearance.

I can send you some pictures of my classic crank + bracket mounted to my replica NG mip frame, let me know if you need them.

Michael

bernard S

rudder crank with cables ... may i suggest an alternative    give it ekectric motor   might be easier   

jackpilot

Cables ? 
Linear motion is best obtained with this type of gearing
Can be manual, with a crank, or electrical with a motor



Jack

MjTom

The manual variant, this I will implement:


willow

June 19, 2017, 05:22:09 AM #6 Last Edit: June 19, 2017, 05:22:40 AM by willow
Hello Thomas

Karl is correct.  The upper image is from 500 series.  I should have mentioned this in my article - my apologies.

I have since updated the article on the website to reflect this.    Cheers,   WilloW
WilloW  (YMHB)
www.Flaps2Approach.com

bernard S

on 74 its cables and oddly enough quite effective ????

Aerosim Solutions

My units are actually a switch as I motorized my rudder adjustment like the 777 has!

http://www.aerosimsolutions.com.au/products/b737-rudder-adjusting-crank/

You can use my pictures for scaling, they are the right size!

Cheers Gwyn
Boeing 737NG using Prepar3D v4.5, Prosim737, FDS SYS cards, FDS CDUs, CP Flight MCP Pro & EFIS Pro & Aerosim Solutions hardware of course!<br />Check out my website here -<br />http://www.aerosimsolutions.com.au

tennyson

I got a set of Gwyns' Aerosim Solutions cranks in my cockpit. I added a set of real circuit breakers in both and they look just like the real thing....thanx Gwyn!



Frank

Buster99

July 07, 2017, 09:46:50 AM #10 Last Edit: July 07, 2017, 09:49:10 AM by Buster99
Hi there,

I do not have the cranks but have a picture of the attachment under the MIP that may be of help.
(737NG)

Best regards,
Marc

737NGer

Is that a real NG MIP frame? Out of its shell? Is it for sale? I really need one of these.

Buster99

July 07, 2017, 03:06:30 PM #12 Last Edit: July 07, 2017, 03:07:30 PM by Buster99
Hi there,

Yes, real 737NG MIP out of the shell but pictures are from some time ago, no shell or MIP for sale  :(

navymustang

Here is what the crank looks like.
My 737-800 full-scale cockpit is complete and been put in storage (for sale). Now onto my full-size helicopter project. An AOPA member and LifeTime member of National Association of Flight Instructors. Please note that I am a self-employed professional cockpit builder that provides consulting to defense contractors and civilian schools and airlines.

Karl737

Hi guys,

Some pics from me, too.

Hope these are of some use.

Karl

Buster99

Wow, super pictures!
Thanks a lot,
Marc

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