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Topic: American 737-800 Blows Tire At MIA
Username: Medic2366
Posted 2008-09-15 07:50:38 and read 2653 times.

Flight 1631 from Washington Reagan to Miami blew a tire on landing this morning. It was a 737-800. No injuries.

Topic: RE: American 737-800 Blows Tire At MIA
Username: LGBFltTrainer
Posted 2008-09-15 10:13:12 and read 2533 times.

A second AA 738 to blow a tire in a couple of weeks? What's goin' on here?

Topic: RE: American 737-800 Blows Tire At MIA
Username: AA737-823
Posted 2008-09-15 13:25:40 and read 2357 times.



Quoting LGBFltTrainer (Reply 1):
A second AA 738 to blow a tire in a couple of weeks? What's goin' on here?

Quite obviously a conspiracy has taken place. All mechanics should be interrogated, and all suppliers should be raided.
 Yeah sure

Undetected defects, hard landing, leak developing inflight, or other reasons lead to tire failure. Not normally a cause for alarm.

Topic: RE: American 737-800 Blows Tire At MIA
Username: Sv7887
Posted 2008-09-15 13:54:33 and read 2315 times.



Quoting AA737-823 (Reply 2):

Quite obviously a conspiracy has taken place. All mechanics should be interrogated, and all suppliers should be raided.
Yeah sure

Undetected defects, hard landing, leak developing inflight, or other reasons lead to tire failure. Not normally a cause for alarm.

Who is the OEM supplier to Boeing for tires? Goodyear, Michelin and the usual guys?

I have this funny image of someone pulling up in that 737 to Sears and saying, "Hey can you fix a flat on this thing?"


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