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Alloy Oleo Strut 169mm Straight Mains for 60~120 Class 2pc

Alloy Oleo Strut 169mm Straight Mains for 60~120 Class 2pc

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Alloy Oleo Strut 169mm Straight Mains for 60 ~ 1.20 Class 2pc - Superb looking and high quality Oleo leg's for Warbirds and scale models, complete with axles & wheel spacers.

Specs:
Length to axle centreline: 169mm (not inc pin)
Retract Mounting Pin: 5mm
Axle: 4mm
Weight: 90g

 

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  • SKU:
    344000016
  • Brand:
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  • Weight(g)
    119.00
  • Length
    225.00
  • Width:
    12.00
  • Height:
    102.00
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Perfectly processed product. The weight of one piece is 37 grams. Stroke 18 millimeters. Initial spring compression force of about 1950 grams to more than 5000 grams (I have a weight with a range of up to 5000 grams).
I estimate the power at full compression to 5700 grams.
At 5,000 grams there was about 3 millimeters of lift.
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Perfectly processed product. The weight of one piece is 37 grams. Stroke 18 millimeters. Initial spring compression force of about 1950 grams to more than 5000 grams (I have a weight with a range of up to 5000 grams).
I estimate the power at full compression to 5700 grams.
At 5,000 grams there was about 3 millimeters of lift.
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Very well made oleo strut.
High quality machining.
Max spring pressure about 4.5 kg.
I'm going to use them on a KLEMM 35
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Seem very well built.



Going to be using them in a 1600mm FW190.
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well done, would like to have adjustable spring pressure
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los he comprado para montar en un Zero 120, a ver que resultado dan, tienen buena pinta.
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Have just received a set ( 2 ) of these legs,so have not been able to fly them yet,the quality is excellent,the grub screw fixing seem firm,and nice smooth action of oleo. The leg diameter is about 11mm. The unit,single leg,starts to depress under load at 2.0 kg,and fully depressed at aprox 6 kg, movement about 15mm total.
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This is a beautiful product. Fine machine quality. Spring-loaded. One leg contracts fully at apprx. 4 kilograms load.
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