convair880mfan wrote:Or would they just continue spinning until they decelerated on their own in their wheel wells? Would the spinning wheels engendered by failed snubbers create a gyroscopic force on the aircraft. I've never read of snubbers failing. Maybe they are too simple to fail. I collect aircraft manual and have never seen a chapter on this type of failure condition.
fr8mech wrote:It's usually when the flight crew writes up that the nose wheels continued to spin after gear retraction.
vikkyvik wrote:Is the cockpit crew able to feel it, or is there a warning of some sort?
vikkyvik wrote:fr8mech wrote:It's usually when the flight crew writes up that the nose wheels continued to spin after gear retraction.
Is the cockpit crew able to feel it, or is there a warning of some sort?
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