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  • radarsdesk
    Rank 5 Registered User

    Dunlop Wheel Application List

    I've had a bit of a scanning session today and came across this Dunlop Wheel application list which maybe useful to some. It is dated May 1976 and covers quite a lot of 50's, 60's and 70's aircraft. Sorry for the poor reproduction, that is exactly how the document is with some of the edges cut off (mostly the AH section of the p/n is missing).

    Dunlop Aircraft Wheels Applications



    Standard link is here: https://www.scribd.com/doc/294807394...s-Applications

    Hope it's of use

    Regards

    Dave
    www.dsgaviation.co.uk
  • Bruce
    Independent analyst

    #2
    Brilliant - thanks Dave.

    Any idea what an AH40905 Flange was for? Sadly it isn't covered in the list

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    • Air Ministry
      Rank 5 Registered User

      #3
      Many thanks Dave, from a self confessed wheel-spotter. There are a number on that list that I hadn't "copped"!

      While I'm at it, I have a list from a 1950 Dunlop catalogue that has some AH numbers I've not been able to place:-

      Nose wheels:-
      AH8291
      AH8297
      AH8299
      AH8366
      AH8368
      AH8378
      AH8388
      AH8482
      AH8507
      AH8508
      AH8509
      AH8515
      AH8291
      AH8297
      AH8299
      AH8366
      AH8368
      Ah8378
      AH8388
      AH8482
      AH8507
      AH8508
      AH8509
      AH8515

      main wheels:
      AH8145
      AH8270
      AH8312
      AH8365

      Any info would be much appreciated!
      The garage that keeps on giving.

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      • Bulldogbuilder
        Rank 5 Registered User

        #4
        THANK YOU !, Dave and Radardesk. There may be but a very few who will need this post, but the gist of the dissemination of such obscure knowledge is what we are all about. (If only more aficionados would give up time to do such)
        Once again, thank you gentlemen.
        Cheers.

        Ed

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        • merkle
          Rank 5 Registered User

          #5
          Any idea what AH8379 is ???, I’ve scanned the list and can’t see it on there
          coke cans a bottle tops

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          • aeronut 2008
            Rank 5 Registered User

            #6
            I also have an outstanding wheel identification request which this list doesn't help with.
            https://forum.keypublishing.com/show...ase&highlight=
            What had AH8212 fitted is what I'm after.

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            • TempestV
              Rank 5 Registered User

              #7
              Originally posted by merkle View Post
              Any idea what AH8379 is ???, Ive scanned the list and cant see it on there
              Easy... Sea Hornet.

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              • FarlamAirframes
                Scrap Metal Man

                #8
                Thank you for dragging this one back to life - a frequent request.

                On page 10 it has AH5031 being the tail wheel from an H.A.L.

                The information I found was that the AH5031 was used on Hurricanes, Gladiator, Miles Master and Martinet and post war Gliders.

                So what does H.A.L. stand for - apart from a demented computer...?
                Kind Regards,

                Brian

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                • aeronut 2008
                  Rank 5 Registered User

                  #9
                  H.A.L. is/was Hindustan Aircraft Limited

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                  • Vampirefan
                    Rank 5 Registered User

                    #10
                    Anyone have details for Dunlop AHM brake drums?

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                    • Camlobe
                      Rank 5 Registered User

                      #11
                      Wonder if any of you guys can assist. I've been looking at some Dunlop wheels, but am unable to see part numbers on the main part of the wheel assembly. I have found part numbers on the three split rim segments, AH7890. Can any of you guys tell me what this would have been installed on? Many thanks.

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