It seems like the main gear is in a slightly odd configuration, with the front wheels on the bogie hanging lower than the rear ones. I would have thought that the configuration as seen on a 777 would make more sense:
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If you do a search on "767 gear" in the Tech/Ops forum you will find a recent thread on this topic. It had 44 responses that should answer your question. However, I am sure some else will answer your question in this thread.
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