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Is A Taxi Light Optional On A B732

Thu Jan 15, 2004 9:16 pm

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Is a Taxi light optional on a B732.The Picture above shows no Taxi light Assy.
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RE: Is A Taxi Light Optional On A B732

Fri Jan 16, 2004 2:36 am

I couldn't tell you forsure, but Im pretty sure all 737 series came with taxi lights. Unless the early ones placed the light on another part of the aircraft. In my career all -200's I've seen have had the taxi light on the nose.

P.S. I hope that aircraft in the picture above is being scraped for parts, it doesn't look like its in the best shape..

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