OBSOLETE. These pedals were replaced when we upgraded to the Cleveland brakes with the toe-brake option.
Assembling the rudder pedals is a pretty straightforward exercise in connect-the-dots. Of note is the fact that the back of the pedal has an arm that actuates the brake on one side of the plane for steering on the ground (the nose wheel is freely castering). We’ve decided to install a set of Sparco racing pedals onto the standard Velocity “pedals” which are just tube aluminum, and the paint the pedal assembly.
Pedals Installed on Brake Pedal Tube
Posted By: Brett FerrellMonday June 10th, 2002 at 12:49 PM
Categories: Controls Fuselage Tags: Building Controls Fuselage Rudder