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FMS 1400mm P-51 Main Landing Strut Pin

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Main Landing Gear Strut Pin for FMS 1400mm P-51 - FMMSU146

This is the short "pin" which is inserted into the retracts. When this pin is inserted into the retracts, the FMS main landing gear strut (part SU118) slides over the pic. SU118 also includes this pin (it is at the top of the strut and held on by a set screw).

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RF
06/07/2018
Rick F.
United States

studs for the landing gear. Buy extra.

you need them if you float them in and they hit hard.

PM
10/25/2017
Patrick M.

Très satisfaisant

Matériel conforme à ce que j'attendais, aussitôt monté sur mon P51. Impeccable !

SG
10/03/2017
Skip G.

They are great

They are great

HH
04/16/2017
Hamid H.

Great Service

Motionrc service is great service. however; FMS Mustang P51 V8 1400mm retracts are really poor. the material is very poorly selected. Ended up ordering the Trunnion from small parts CNC.

BM
01/19/2017
Billy M.

Items shipped fast as usual

Items shipped fast as usual

CM
07/17/2015
christian martineau

belle amelioration

vous avez bien amelioré les pins de roue beaucoup plus solide merci

J
11/04/2014
Josh

poorly designed part

This part, while identical to the original, is poorly designed. The flats on the strut pin are on the wrong orientation to allow all three set screws to do their job. If the two set screws from the server are allowed to align it will not allow the set screw on the strut to align and the flat will be 90 degrees offset. Similarly, if the flat on the strut is allowed to align, the flats for the servos will be 90 degrees offset. This means that the gear will forever be held in place with at least one set screw using compression to hold against the round of the strut. A single hard landing and the gear will always become loose and mis-aligned.

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