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tinyclark

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  1. None of the T.O.s I have start with Oxford.
  2. I hope you don't think you could install it yourselves. This mod takes serious tooling and leveling equipment.
  3. I apologize if my question offended you. I grew up as a military USAF brat and have lived all over the world. I have never heard that term used in maintenance terms, so just wanted to know what part of the world "snag"comes from. Also, I am an Avionics dude, not engines. And, I have to add, grow some thicker skin. Aircraft maintainers don't get offended by anything really. Good luck solving your problem.
  4. You would have to contact Warner Robins for any documents involving wingbox EBH.
  5. Good on him. He spent a lot of time handling a buttload of C-130 issues.
  6. It is not real simple, and it has been 7 years since I retired. WR-ALC recorded the information on aircraft flights for the USAF. Aircraft flight data was tracked as far as profile, number of landings during a sortie, air drops and flight patterns among other things. There was a multiplication factor used depending on all of the parameters. This was multiplied by actual flight hours to get the EBH. Aircraft that just flew around in circles or straight easy flights had a low multiplication factor. Other missions required harder movement of the aircraft, so those had a higher factor. The engineer that ran the EBH study was Mr. Peter Christiansen, head of C-130 Engineering. I have no contact info for him, but I assume he still works at Warner Robins ALC, Georgia.
  7. So much for Op Chking systems that were disturbed. I'd like to see if that is called out in the TCTO. If it call for disconnecting, surely the check was needed. Glad it was an easy fix.
  8. Did you get this working. I would contact WRALC first. Find out what the TCTO directs as far as disconnecting systems. It sounds like something was disconnected to me.
  9. Does this go back to the Overhead Delivery System days?
  10. Yea, they all went to DRMO I believe. I could have gotten one back then as well. That's OK, my box came out good and he loves it. The master power switch has a red switch guard on it, and it has 14 LEDs that light up with toggle and push switches.
  11. I'll see if I can find mine, but may have given it to someone.
  12. tinyclark

    SMP1522

    Uhm, what is it for?
  13. Are you talking about maintenance? If so, the old system of 9 or so volumes is over with. As a matter of fact, the old -2-X series isn't even supposed to be used. The newer OMMS style manuals have to be used. There is now a: 130J-2-00GV-00-1 GENERAL VEHICLE MANUAL which covers general serving, parking, mooring, etc. General System (GS) Manuals. The GS manuals provide detailed system and subsystem description, as well as theory of operation. Separate GS manuals are provided for each system. Job Guide (JG) Manuals. The JG manuals provide detailed start-to-finish, step-by-step maintenance procedures. The step-by-step instructions are fully illustrated with facing-page art except for steps that reference other data. Switches, controls, and indicators shown in the illustrations may not be shown in the position required by the text. Each JG manual is divided into tasks that cover a particular maintenance action such as rigging, removal and installation, operational checkout, etc. There are some 25 GS manuals and hundreds and hundreds of job guides. This is on all tech manuals. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT - Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies and their contractors (Administrative or Operational Use) (15 January 2004). Other requests for this document shall be referred to C130SG/LGJ, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433-7239. Questions concerning technical content should be directed to C130SG/LGJ. WARNING - This document contains technical data whose export is restricted by the Arms Export Control Act (Title 22, U.S.C., Sec 2751 et. seq.) or the Export Administration Act of 1979, as amended (Title 50, U.S.C., App. 2401 et. seq.). Violations of these export laws are subject to severe criminal penalties.
  14. tinyclark

    APN59 CB

    Nevermind, can't seem to delete this. I am making a box with radio shack parts.
  15. The parts drawing calls the lower light a taxi light. Maybe the upper was used for that? Railrunner, the old antenna was behind that radome, the R/T was behind the lights. I kinda doubt that will happen.
  16. Funny that they had lights on the front of the aircraft like that.
  17. I am an avionics guy, but did work structure issues when my APG guy was a away. "SMP doesn't allow for any damage around fasteners and these are indeed damages." One would have to define "around fasteners" to figure this out. I've never seen skin replaced for this. Those damaged areas almost look blended now. I think damage would be considered oblong holes or cracking around the holes, not a minor indentation that is almost as far away as the hole circumference. Good luck!!
  18. I would think it would be Lockheed Furnished Equipment or Government Furnished Equipment.
  19. You can try this site: https://www.wbparts.com/rfq/1560-00-622-7936.html or http://www.iso-parts.com/Public/Search_NSN_Results.aspx?Part=370512-1R The only manufacturer code for this item listed in the books is Lockheed.
  20. This reminds me of when they closed Khorat. The C-130 gunships used pretty much the whole runway when they took off, due to the extra load of the crews taking a lot of worldly possessions with them.
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