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What Is Transport Canada Thinking?


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The question isn't why, the question is how did they ever get it certified? There are however similar examples all over the aviation world. A couple that come quickly to mind, dual magnetos on a single drive, Torque limiting an aircraft (why not be able to pull the guts out of it and do an overtorque inspection instead of hauling a wreck off the hill). I know this is a little off topic but if you have been following this site recentyl you will find thats a bit of a norm now.

 

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Just curious, but why did they use a big rubber band to run the hydraulics? Why wasn't it attached to a component that is pretty much fool proof, like the 206 series?

 

that rubber band has a pretty phenominal tensile strength. And an equally impressive friction co-efficient.....when maintained properly (please note this....it is all important)

 

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