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Aircraft wheel WHLWI600XLT-2

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MATCO mfg produces this outstanding 600X6 wheel with a triple piston I Series brake assembly. The WI600XLT-2 configuration is specifically for the RV-10 installation. This wheel and brake assembly is designed for use on high performance aircraft over 2,000 pounds that require maximum braking dynamics. DIMENSIONS The WI600XLT-2 Series wheels are a 600X6 inch wheel manufactured to tire and rim specifications. They have a 6.53 inch width for the wheel and brake with additional 1.61-inch caliper clearance. Bearing spacing is 3.30 inches and axle spacing is 1.49 inches. The bearing axle diameter is 1.50 inches. For the RV-10 Installation, the WHLARV10SL axle sleeve to provide proper spacing between the brake plate and inboard wheel bearing. The MSCTRA1.50 washer is also used between the axle nut and bearing. Specify the MSCTRA2435 thin washer for retrofit installations FEATURES The WI600 series wheels are cast utilizing a 535.2 aluminum alloy for superior strength and corrosion resistance. This alloy provides a lightweight wheel and affords many years of efficient performance. The WI600 Series wheel utilizes a 1.5” tapered roller bearing that is rigorously tested and designed to resist bearing fatigue providing long bearing life. The WI600 series wheel also features a triple piston I Series brake assembly. The WI600XT and WI600XLT boast three 1.50-inch pistons for maximum torque. The WHLWI600XLT-2 is specifically modified to ease installation on the RV-10 aircraft. The I Series caliper provides for simplified removal of the brake shoes for relining. The use of the WHLARV10SL axle sleeve is recommended to simplify the installation on the RV-10 Axle.
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