Main Landing Gear Sample Clauses

Main Landing Gear. (a) Outer cylinder.
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Main Landing Gear. (i) Outer cylinder. (ii) Inner cylinder, including axles. (iii) Upper and lower side struts, including spindles, universals and reaction links. (iv) Drag strut. (v) Orifice support tube. (vi) Downlock links including spindles and universals. (vii) Torsion links. (viii) Bell crank. (ix) Trunnion link. (x) Actuator beam, support link and beam arm. 7. Nose Landing Gear. (i) Outer cylinder. (ii) Inner cylinder, including axles. (iii) Orifice support tube. (iv) Upper and lower drag strut, including lock links. (v) Steering plates and steering collars. (vi) Torsion links. NOTE: The Service Life Policy does not cover any bearings, bolts, bushings, clamps, brackets, actuating mechanisms or latching mechanisms used in or on the SLP Components.
Main Landing Gear. (i) Outer cylinder. (ii) Inner cylinder, including axles. (iii) Upper and lower side struts, including spindles, universals and reaction links. (iv) Drag strut. (v) Orifice support tube. (vi) Downlock links including spindles and universals. (vii) Torsion links. (viii) Xxxx crank. (ix) Trunnion link. (x) Actuator beam, support link and beam arm.

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