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    Mystery aircraft/helicopter parts available!

    Hello all,

    three of these boxed actuators were donated to the Museum recently - we dont know what they are - any guesses and does anyone need them!

    Best regards

    Ben
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    Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
    Visit Sywell Aviation Museum @
    www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
    Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014

    #2
    Unfortunately I don’t have section 27KH of AP1086, but that section is for Aircraft Powered Flying Controls and Spares- Hobson.

    Regards

    Dave
    www.dsgaviation.co.uk

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      #3
      Thank you Dave - much appreciated - donor seemed to think maybe ex-chopper parts!

      ATB

      TT
      Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
      Visit Sywell Aviation Museum @
      www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
      Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014

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        #4
        Simulator might mean just that - from a simulator, in which some sort of "feel" needs to be introduced to the control stick(s) to make them feel realistic.

        Just a thought.

        Anon.

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          #5
          Try WEALD AVIATION ,or the Heli museum ..

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            #6
            Thanks will do!

            TT
            Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
            Visit Sywell Aviation Museum @
            www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
            Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014

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              #7
              Label says Type 192 ? Belvedere?

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                #8
                Bloody good shout sir!

                TT
                Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
                Visit Sywell Aviation Museum @
                www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
                Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014

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                  #9
                  Thought that, but immediately rejected as co-incidence that 'Type 192' refers to the Bristol design number for the military Belvedere - as that type only ever reached Mk.HC.1, no Mk.2 or Mk.3 that I'm aware of. If Type 192 does refer to a Belvedere, ignoring the Mk.3, the line 'Jack Feel Simulator' is rather difficult to make sense of. Subsequent Bristol design numbers allocated to developments of the Type 192 Belvedere, the 192C (civil version) and 193 (for the Royal Canadian Navy) were not proceeded with (Wikipedia).

                  At this stage I'm backing 'Anon' rather than 'Dev One's' interpretation of the parts label.

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                    #10
                    To me it could have an alternative name of Artificial Feel Unit - TSR2 had a hydraulic unit attached to the joystick below the cockpit floor. Similar vintage?
                    Texantomcat - I'm from Sywell - my father was there in '38 & bought his Proctor there in '49.

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                      #11
                      Thanks Dev one- bit of a mystery really! They need a home as they aren’t relevant to us!
                      Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
                      Visit Sywell Aviation Museum @
                      www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
                      Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014

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                        #12
                        Texan tomcat....Come to this thread a bit late but definitely Belvedere ...27J matches.
                        The Helicopter museum at Weston super Mare will find them a home in XG 452 ...email Helicollections @btconnect.com please.

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