bell crank


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bell crank

n
(General Engineering) engineering a lever with two arms having a common fulcrum at their junction
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This system is simplified by replacing the fixed joint for a revolute joint between the bell crank and the chassis and a torque in opposition to its motion as a function of the torsion stiffness of the bar and the turn of the bell crank.
We also noticed that the FIT we had replaced a week ago once again was rubbing the bell crank that sits on the inboard side of the FIT.
In the case of your M88A1 recovery vehicle, that's the steering linkage bell crank assembly.
This Hawaii-based aircraft's rudder torque tube (p/n 263066-3) was scheduled for replacement due to elongated holes in the bell crank.
So, before you lube the steering linkage bell crank assembly quarterly with GAA, wipe off any corrosion you find carefully with a rag.
0 cracked, from the left elevator bell crank mount bolt access hole to the end of the web.
5 kv, 200-kv bil with load break attachments, with interrupter shunt allowing for a distance of 2-5/8" of separation between the interrupter trip arm and the switch blade interrupter pickup arm, with control rod and bell crank as described in subarticle 4d of division f2.
During a routine inspection, a rudder cable (p/n CA13190) was found worn with broken strands where it exits the (guide) tube (p/n 157727) about two inches forward of the rudder bell crank.