Atwood Fifth Wheel Landing Gear. Light Up Inline Skate Wheels
Atwood Fifth Wheel Landing Gear
- an undercarriage that supports the weight of the plane when it is on the ground
- The undercarriage of an aircraft, including the wheels or pontoons on which it rests while not in the air
- In aviation, the undercarriage or landing gear is the structure (usually wheels, but sometimes skids, floats or other elements) that supports an aircraft on the ground and allows it to taxi, takeoff and land.
- Landing Gear is Devin the Dude's fifth studio album. It was released on October 7, 2008. It was his first studio album since signing with the label Razor & Tie. It features a high-profile guest appearance from Snoop Dogg. As of October 30, 2008, the album has sold 18,906 copies.
- An extra wheel for a four-wheeled vehicle
- A superfluous person or thing
- an extra car wheel and tire for a four-wheel vehicle
- A coupling between a trailer and a vehicle used for towing
- someone or something that is unwanted and unneeded
- a steering bearing that enables the front axle of a horse-drawn wagon to rotate
- Margaret (Eleanor) (1939–), Canadian novelist, poet, critic, and short-story writer. Notable works: The Edible Woman (1969), The Handmaid's Tale (1985), Cat's Eye (1989), and Alias Grace (1996)
- Atwood is a small neighborhood in Placentia, California. It was named for W.J. Atwood, an oil company executive, and was formerly an unincorporated town within Orange County. Its unofficial boundaries are defined roughly as the area of Placentia in the square formed by Orangethorpe Ave.
- Atwoods is a farm and ranch supply company based in Oklahoma. It was founded in 1960 in Enid, Oklahoma, by Wilbur and Fern Atwood, who had moved to Enid from Marshall, Minnesota, in order to start a store that sold farm, home, and auto supplies.
- Atwood is a small lunar impact crater that is located on the Mare Fecunditatis, to the northwest of the prominent crater Langrenus. It forms a triple-crater formation with Naonobu attached to the north rim and Bilharz near the west rim.
atwood fifth wheel landing gear - 7000lbs 5th
7000lbs 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set (No Motor)
This Heavy duty constructed 5th Wheel Landing Gear Set is a great replacement for your bent or broken landing gear. With an easy to use system and the dependability that all our jack and leveling products provide, your trailer will be safer and more stable. Kit includes x2 7000lb jacks that have a quick release beam inside the main beam that raises and lowers by simply removing a pin and adjusting to preferred height. Use our optional Quick Release One Pull Pin and it becomes even more effortless. After dropping the inner beam, simply twist with the supplied cranking handle and the powerful gears inside will raise and level your 5th wheel to your desired height. A supplied rod included with the kit is adjustable for different widths depending on application and allows precise and even raising and lowering of the Landing Gear Set by connecting both left and right units together. Features & Specifications Kit Includes: Dual 7000 LB. Jacks Brackets For Attaching Jacks Gear Set 2 Piece Adjustable Rod Crank Feet w/ Included Lynch pins
British Airways Concorde Port Main Landing Gear
The port wing main landing gear of British Airways' BAC/Aerospatiale Concorde G-BOAG. British and French aerospace companies collaborated to design and build 20 Concorde aircraft between 1966 and 1979. Flying with Air France and British Airways, the supersonic jets offered a luxurious and speedy trip across the Atlantic for 27 years. Capable of speeds over two times the speed of sound and at elevations up to 60,000 feet (18,290 m), the Concorde could fly from London to New York and return in the time it took a conventional aircraft to go one way. Flagging demand and rising operating expenses finally ended Concorde service -- symbolizing a lost era of luxury travel. The Museum's aircraft, registration code G-BOAG, is referred to as "Alpha Golf." It was first flown in April of 1978, and delivered to British Airways in 1980. Equipped with four powerful Rolls-Royce/SNECMA Olympus 593 Mk. 610 turbojet engines, the Alpha Golf logged more than 5,600 takeoffs and over 16,200 flight hours while in service. The Museum's aircraft made the last commercial Concorde flight, which took place on October 24, 2003. On its way to The Museum of Flight, the Alpha Golf set a New York City-to-Seattle speed record of 3 hours, 55 minutes, and 12 seconds. This aircraft is on loan to the Museum of Flight from British Airways.
XB-70 Valkyrie Landing Gear Animation Sequence
This is an animation of the landing gear for the XB-70 Valkyrie. As far as I know, the folding sequence was never filmed. This was put together using several references to create an accurate animation. There is only one error that I'm familiar with and that is: When the wheel truck starts its initial rotation it is also rotating in the 2nd axis to bring it parallel with the landing gear. So, basically, the two rotations you see in the beginning happen at the same time.