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WTS: machined parts for LNC2

Postby Guillaume Bonnaud » Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:18 pm

Hello,

Paul Miller ask me to post here what my friend Dominique is able to make. Do not hesitate to contact me via PM if you are interested. prices are listed in Euros. Sorry for the quality of pdf. In red color, the parts he can make. I will post soon pictures of parts immediately available.

Eclaté du train AV REF DOM copie.pdf
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D188: 165€
D1320: 680€
D1100: 240€
D140: 95€
D120: 40€
D180: 145€
D125: 55€
D135: 68€
D130: 55€


Eclaté train principal REF DOM.pdf
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GM1L: 780€
GM1R: 780€
GM2R: 600€
GM2L: 600€
D1120L: 245€
D1120R: 245€
D175: 130€
D118L: 35€
D118R: 35€
D138: 53€
D185: 140€
Hydraulic damper: 680€
D180: 155€
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D1100 D140.JPG
D188.JPG
D138.JPG
D180.jpg
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Re: WTS: machined parts for LNC2

Postby Guillaume Bonnaud » Tue Mar 19, 2019 5:09 pm

D118 available... left and right

D118.JPG
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Re: WTS: machined parts for LNC2

Postby admin » Tue Mar 19, 2019 5:57 pm

Excellent! That is how you sell airplane parts. Pictures, prices, part numbers and availability.

I am really impressed with the offering. Thank you for organizing that Guillaume.
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Re: WTS: machined parts for LNC2

Postby Bob Mackey » Thu Sep 24, 2020 4:03 pm

Guillaume Bonnaud and Dominique:
I am interested in a modified version of D1320. When the nose gear of my 235 was re-fitted with the 320/360 style oleo strut, the nose tire protrudes through the nose gear door. I am considering using a fork with increased rake to move the tire back inside the airframe when stowed.
Would you consider making a custom D1320 nose gear fork with the rake increased by 25 to 50 mm?
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Re: WTS: machined parts for LNC2

Postby Guillaume Bonnaud » Sun Oct 04, 2020 5:53 am

Hi Bob,

I do confirm Dominique is able to machine a fork with your custom requirements. Please send us a dimensioned plan in order to be sure the custom part will meet your needs.
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Re: WTS: machined parts for LNC2

Postby Bob Mackey » Tue Jan 05, 2021 11:25 pm

I had one concern with making a nose gear fork with longer rake. The increased trail distance gives the tire more leverage and more momentum over the shimmy damper, so I was concerned about an increased risk of shimmy. But after working through the dynamics, I find that the stability should be increased by the longer trail distance.

Of the many papers I read on stability of castering wheels, this one was the most directly useful for me:
https://research-information.bris.ac.uk ... B_2008.pdf

So.... I think I will be ordering a new nose gear fork with increased trail, and then I can re-make my nose gear door as a simple flat plate with not wheel bump.

There will also be increased side load on the seals in the strut, but I will deal with that when it becomes a problem.
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