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Do You Know What A Jack Screw Looks Like? (Photo)

Sun Jun 25, 2000 11:29 pm


This is the jack screw from the ill fated Alaska Airlines MD-83


The jack screw alters the angle of incidence of the tailplane, as is clearly evident in this pic.
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