Re: Rudder control & front gear

From:         tristar500@aol.com (TriStar500)
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Date:         27 Apr 95 02:53:20 
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>However, once on the ground does the pilot have to make some change to
steer the craft with >the nose gear vs. the rudder?  In other words, are
the rudder pedals also used to steer the >nose gear?

The operator gets limited control of the nose wheel using rudder pedals,
10 to 20 degrees is typical. Using the steering tiller, the nose wheel can
be steered full travel, which is typically up to about 70 degrees.

BTW, under tow the nose wheel can be turned to about 90 to 100 degrees.

Dave