Part Number: MC0543022-1
TUBE STEERING (Left)

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TUBE STEERING (Left)

Product Details

Stainless steel tubes for improved corrosion resistance.

 

Nose Wheel Steering Rods for Cessna Aircraft 

Tired of "soft" worn out steering rods?  

Replace them with improved McFarlane FAA-PMA approved steering rods!

 

  • New re-designed long-life springs
  • Hardened internal washer for greater durability
  • Optimum performance even after years of service!

 

 

Can You Stop Nose Gear Shimmy? by Dave McFarlane

 

Maintenance Tip:
How do I know if my steering rods need to be replaced?

  • Nose wheel steering is unusually sluggish.
  • One or both sides offer little to no spring resistance to steering input.
  • More than 1-1/8" of free travel is present in either steering rod.
  • The aircraft pulls to either side during taxiing.
  • Inconsistent steering or rudder rigging.
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Supersedures

OEM Part Number McFarlane Part Number Comment
0543022-1 MC0543022-1
0543022-7 MC0543022-1
MC0543022-1C MC0543022-1

Eligible Aircraft

Make Series Model Beginning S/N Ending S/N Quantity Per Aircraft Location Comment Eligibility Chart
Cessna 172 172 28000 46754 1005
Cessna 172 172A 46755 47746 1005
Cessna 172 172D 17249545 17250572 1005
Cessna 172 172E 17250573 17251822 1005
Cessna 172 172F (T-41A) 17251823 17253392 1005
Cessna 172 172G 17253393 17254892 1005
Cessna 172 172H (T-41A) 17254893 17256512 1005
Cessna 172 172I 17256513 17257161 1005
Cessna 172 172K 17257162 17259223 1005
Cessna 172 172L 17259224 17260758 1005
Cessna 172 172M 17260759 17267584 1005
Cessna 172 172N 17267585 17274009 1005
Cessna 172 172P 17274010 17276673 1005
Cessna 172 172Q 17275869 17276516 1005
Cessna 172 172R 17280001 999999999 1005
Cessna 172 172S 172S8001 999999999 1005
Cessna 172 F172D F1720001 F1720018 1005
Cessna 172 F172E F1720019 F1720085 1005
Cessna 172 F172F F1720086 F1720179 1005
Cessna 172 F172G F1720180 F1720319 1005
Cessna 172 F172H F17200655 F17200754 1005
Cessna 172 F172H F1720320 F1720431 1005
Cessna 172 F172H F1720432 F1720435 1005
Cessna 172 F172H F1720436 F1720442 1005
Cessna 172 F172H F1720443 F1720443 1005
Cessna 172 F172H F1720444 F1720446 1005
Cessna 172 F172H F1720447 F1720654 1005
Cessna 172 F172K F17200755 F17200804 1005
Cessna 172 F172L F17200805 F17200904 1005
Cessna 172 F172M F17200905 F17201514 1005
Cessna 172 F172N F17201515 F17202039 1005
Cessna 172 F172P F17202040 F17202254 1005
Cessna 172 FP172 FP1720001 FP1720003 1005
Cessna 172 FR172E FR17200001 FR17200060 1005
Cessna 172 FR172F FR17200061 FR17200145 1005
Cessna 172 FR172G FR17200146 FR17200225 1005
Cessna 172 FR172H FR17200226 FR17200350 1005
Cessna 172 FR172J FR17200351 FR17200559 1005
Cessna 172 FR172J FR17200562 FR17200590 1005
Cessna 172 FR172K FR17200591 FR17200675 1005
Cessna 172 P172D P17257120 P17257188 1005
Cessna 172 R172K R1722000 R1723454 1005

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Nose Wheel Steering Parts

Frequently Asked Questions

Question
The free play movement of my new steering rod has a little drag when I push it in and out. My old steering rod does not have much shaft drag. Is there something wrong with my new steering rod?
What else can cause poor steering response besides the steering rods?
How do I know if my steering rods are working properly?

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