INSTALL COCKPIT CONTROL TRANSFER CONNECTING LINKS
If yaw connecting link (41) is a replacement,
loosen nut (42) of adjustable end. Turn bearing
(43) 90º to bearing (44). Torque nut to 110
FLIGHT SAFETY PARTS
This is an installation critical flight
safety part. All aspects of its assembly
and installation must be ensured.
Ensure that machined rod end and
solid section attachments to the tube
Ensure smaller diameter section of
the link assembly faces aft towards
the transfer bellcrank.
Ensure that both rod end jam nuts are
installed and torqued.
Ensure that the rivet through the fixed
rod end bearing is secure.
At installation of this component,
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.
Position link (41) in access (5), bearing (43) aft.
Move link aft and down into access. Move link
forward about 12 inches through access (45) of
control assembly (6).
Working from passageway, remove nut (46) two
washers (47 and 48), and bolt (49) from bellcrank
Position link (41) in bellcrank (50). Install bolt
(49), two washers (48 and 47) and nut (46) in
bellcrank. Do not torque nut at this time.
Move bellcrank (51) for access to bolt (52).
Remove nut (53), two washers (54 and 55), and
bolt from bellcrank.
Position link (41) in bellcrank (51). Install bolt
(52), two washers (55 and 54), and nut (53) in
bellcrank. Do not torque nut at this time. Remove
tag from link.
Remove nut (56), two washers (57 and 58), and
bolt (59) from bellcrank (61).
Position link (31) in bellcrank (60). Install bolt
(59), two washers (58 and 57), and nut (56) in
bellcrank. Have helper in cockpit hold bolt. Do
not torque nut at this time. Remove tag from link.
Neutral rig transfer bellcranks (Task 11-46).