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tinyclark

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  1. Are you saying they put that into the GE manual? Very strange. You'd have to contact WR-ALC for the T.O.
  2. Thanks, Luca, makes complete sense.
  3. How about a gallon of prop wash and 50' of flight line. All tasks are listed in the 1C-130H-2-00JG-00-1.
  4. That was quick. I believe we were ordering covers in ISO before I left the job.
  5. From what I understand, there are two different power units that can be used on the herc. The power units of one type have pins E & F shorted, the other does not. So, it could cause a problem with the power unit that doesn't have the pins shorted inside the unit. I found one thing in a book and I cannot remember which one, but all it stated was what I just wrote. I do not have any books for the ground power units.
  6. You guys never cease to amaze me with your aircraft history. Since I worked on every airframe on the ramp, I was never tied closely to any single tail number. They all seemed to break at the same rate for us, which was all the time. It seems similar to growing up in one town all your life and knowing everyone, compared to being a military brat and moving constantly, always breaking and making friendships at the drop of a hat. I was the latter. Tiny
  7. I do have a question, ? Why would the struts travel outward if they are still in the tracks? If the only thing that was disconnected was the gear box shaft, why would this weaken the ability of the gear moving side to side?
  8. Another subject that is not in any book that I know of. I believe the only thing that would prevent the gear from collapsing during the landing would be the friction washer, so the gear are secured by chains to prevent collapse. That is my best guess, but I am an avionics guy. Maybe one of the Flight Engineers can explain it better. Have you asked your flight engineers?
  9. I wish I could explain it any better. The MLG struts wouldn't have much movement front to back, so there wouldn't be much travel in a bellows, as you stated. Again, there is no better instruction in any books that I have seen. We avionics folks call it FM, Frikkin' Magic.
  10. From what I understand, the main purpose of the torque strut is to maintain wheel alignment. It will move back and forth just a little to absorb loads on the two landing gear struts. There is no need for pressure inside the unit. Unfortunately, there is very little info in the tech orders.
  11. Railrunner is correct, the fittings have been installed on the rear and front beams since Christ was a corporal, I do believe. They are in the drawing dated 1958. We had electronic pods for the E-model birds we had at Ramstein that went out there. Don't know any weight limitations.
  12. Looks like he's removing what looks like the SKE OMNI antenna mount to me, but maybe it comes as an assembly so it is more expensive.
  13. I couldn't find it. Gee, I could make a hundred grand or so.
  14. Don't know anything about blue paddle lights. Here is the purpose statement from the TCTO. This TCTO wasn't even issued until 2001. "The purpose of this Time Compliance Technical Order (TCTO) is to document the installation of Night Vision Goggle (NVG) compatible cockpit lighting by replacing selected lens covers and caution/warning lights with replacements already in use by other C-130 airplanes. This action will provide optimal visual acuity for crewmembers using NVG and permits use of NVGs by aircrews throughout entire mission profiles without measurable degradation and within
  15. There are replacements out there to make the cockpit light NVG compliant. We did TCTO 1C-130-1782 to our HCs and one E-model when I was at Moody.
  16. http://www.lockheedmartin.com/content/dam/lockheed/data/aero/documents/global-sustainment/product-support/2011HOC-Presentations/Wed_1600-Modular_Airborne_Fire_Fighting.pdf
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