> Cdfmxteck, you stated "Boeing aircraft use cabling to control their steering system". Can you please explain how these cables are attached to the hydraulic system used for the nosegear steering of a Boeing 747.
In the photo below of a 747's nosegear, you can see the hydraulic steering actuators on the aft side of the strut, near the ramp workers head.
Are there cables that run from the cockpit's tiller wheel and rudder pedals down to a hydraulic pump for the nosegear steering? If so...do you know the route?
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