Part Number: MC0743008-1

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STEERING TUBE (Left)

Product Details

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
0743008-1 MC0743008-1

Eligible Aircraft

Make Series Model Beginning S/N Ending S/N Quantity Per Aircraft Location Comment Eligibility Chart
Cessna 172 172B 17247747 17248734 1379
Cessna 172 172C 17248735 17249544 1379
Cessna 175 175 55001 56238 1379
Cessna 175 175A 56239 56777 1379
Cessna 175 175B 17556778 17557002 1379
Cessna 175 175C 17557003 17557119 1379
Cessna 182 182 33000 33842 1379
Cessna 182 182A 33843 51556 1379
Cessna 182 182B 51557 52358 1379
Cessna 182 182C 52359 53007 1379
Cessna 182 182D 18253008 18253598 1379

Related Product Catalog Pages

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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