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Freewing 80mm F-5E Nose Landing Gear Door

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FJ20811093

Freewing 80mm F-5E Nose Landing Gear Door - FJ20811093

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08/23/2018
EDWARD W.
United States
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Great part

great product, good for replacement or modification.

SW
07/09/2017
Stewart W.

F-5 nose gear door replacement

It is a gear door, not much to say. Many people decide to remove the nose door claiming it acts as a rudder due to its size. I have not had that problem and think it looks very nice in place. One thing to know regarding installation, if you need to remove the spring from either mount point, gently twist it clockwise while pulling. Kind of goes against what you would think given the direction it is coiled but trust me, it comes off very easy that way. A counterclockwise twist just seems to tighten it up more.

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