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Wed Apr 07, 1999 7:47 pm

1. What part of the 777 gear can turn?

2. How many degrees can it turn?
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RE: 777

Wed Apr 07, 1999 8:05 pm

Hmm... the nose gear should definitely turn :). Maybe at 90 Degrees, which would allow maximum maneuvrability for such a long plane.

Alexander Alexeyev
Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - Yakutsk, RUSSIA

RE: 777

Wed Apr 07, 1999 8:17 pm

Not only the nose wheels turns, but as well as the main gears, but only the last pair.

this is the arrangement for the 777's main gears: 2-2-2, and the last pair can turn to help the 777's ground manvourability.
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RE: 777

Thu Apr 08, 1999 1:26 am

Every tire rotates through 360 degrees........:)
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RE: 777

Thu Apr 08, 1999 3:55 am

the last bogie turns a max. of 8 degrees

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