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    Boeing toe tip brake movements

    Possibly a reader can answer these questions?

    In a real Boeing aircraft.

    Firstly does the toe tip brake action of the pedals on both sides of the cockpit have a common linkage and move in unison? ( ie right brake linked between both sides)

    Secondly when the rudder pedals move forward and aft , do they maintain the same inclination to the floor? (ie the braking action angles do not change as the pedal moves with rudder input)

    Cheers H.

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    Re: Boeing toe tip brake movements

    Yes and yes...

    Nat

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    Re: Boeing toe tip brake movements

    Thanks Nat,

    I have achived the first ok, but the second, referencing them to the frame will takes some thinking!

    cheers!

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