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The nose wheel assembly is located under the nose of the aircraft and is the third wheel of the landing gear system. The nose wheel design consists of two halves bolted together with a tire mounted and ultimately mounted to the nose gear fork.

The main wheel assemblies are attached to the landing gear and support the tires and weight of the aircraft.

The tail wheel is located on the tail of the aircraft. The tail wheel design consists of two halves bolted together with a tire mounted and is ultimately mounted to the tail gear fork.

The internal main wheel assemblies are attached to the landing gear and support the tires and weight of the aircraft.

Parker's park brake valves are designed for long, reliable service life while holding the aircraft stationary in the closed (locked) position. Valve models range from fairly simple devices to more complex models with additional features.

The brake assembly and disc combination are designed and qualification tested to properly and safely decelerate the aircraft under various conditions. The brake assembly consists of one or more pistons depending upon the aircraft requirements.

The rotor brake assembly is a piston actuated, hydraulically operated braking device for stopping the helicopter rotor and preventing rotation of the rotor.

A carbon brake offers a significant weight savings as compared to steel brakes, consequently, the aircraft is lighter. This has a positive impact on fuel savings, resulting in increased range, and a reduction in engine emissions.

The multi-rotor steel brake assembly is a piston-actuated, hydraulically operated braking device mounted to the main wheel assemblies and is used for stopping the aircraft.

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