ASSEMBLE PILOTS COCKPIT CONTROL ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLE THRUST IDLER BELLCRANK
Press bearing (dissimilar metals) (66) in bellcrank
(67) until it bottoms. Use arbor press.
Install spacer (68) in bellcrank (67).
Press bearing (dissimilar metals), (69) in
bellcrank (67), until it bottoms. Use arbor press.
Install two bushings (dissimilar metals), (70 and
71), flange inward, in lower lug of bellcrank (67).
Install two bushings (dissimilar metals) (72 and
73), in upper lugs of bellcrank (67).
INSTALL THRUST IDLER BELLCRANK
Install bushing (dissimilar metals) (74), flange
inward, in upper arm of support (75).
Install bushing (76) in lower arm of support (75).
FLIGHT SAFETY PARTS
This is an installation critical flight
safety part. All aspects of its assembly
and installation must be ensured at
each joint connection and mounting to
Ensure that all bushings are properly
installed (including orientation) in
the output and input clevises of the
Ensure bellcrank hub bearings are
serviceable and properly installed.
Ensure associated bushings are
properly installed in the adjacent
Ensure proper attaching hardware
(impedance type bolt, nut, and
washers) is installed including
verification of bolt head orientation,
torque, and installation of cotter pins.
Loose attachments within flight control
primary linkage will degrade aircraft
control. Missing components will
cause loss of control.
Bellcrank shall be positioned as
indicated by marks on bellcrank;
otherwise, serious damage to
components can occur.
Position bellcrank (67) in support (75), hole (77)
aft and arm (78) up.
Install bolt (79), two washers (80 and 81), and
nut (82) in support (75).
Torque nut (82) to 30 inch-pounds. Continue
tightening to align cotter pin holes. Do not
exceed 45 inch-pounds. Install cotter pin (83).
Check bolt (79). Bolt shall not rotate with torque
less than 10 inch-pounds. There shall be no
axial looseness. If bolt rotates or is loose, add
washer under nut and repeat step 42.