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Old 02-12-2002, 12:26 AM
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Phil
Parts
Thu Jan 10 19:47:09 2002


Who know on which German aircraft belong these parts

R8-109-411-03128cbl 33554
R8-88 mdr 96220

From another airplane
A plate with this
Typ:ESG1
Fabrik Nr :02.01.0678
EDER-MASCHINENBAU
D3307 SCHÖPPENSTEDT
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Phil
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Old 02-12-2002, 12:27 AM
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Hans Ploes
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parts
Fri Jan 11 00:38:44 2002


Hello

R8-109-03128cbl 33554 belongs to a Bf 109.

R8-109-03128 is a part of the installation of the rudder pedals.
cbl: manufacturer of the part
-> Vereinigte Deutsche Metallwerke A.-G., Zweigniederlassung Suedeutsche Metallindustrie, Nuernberg W 20
33554: actually 3355.4 is the German code for the material
e.g. 3xxx are light metalls, x355 is the alloy type in this case a Hydronalium alloy (Al-Mg). The .4 means that the alloy was hardened.

R8-88 is from a Ju 88. Is this the complete number? If so it must be one of the main dataplates.
mdr: Vereinigte Leichtmetallwerke G.m.b.H., Werk Bonn
OK, maybe 96220 is the missing part of the number. Than the complete number is: R8-88.962-20. This would be a part of the general equipment of the Ju 88.

Concerning the last part I can't say very much beside D3307 is the post war zip code for Schöppenstedt. So it is definitely not WW II.

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Old 02-12-2002, 12:31 AM
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Phil
Parts again
Thu Jan 10 20:11:43 2002


Parts again
From another German aircraft a little plate with

SACH-Nr 124894 02
Werk Nr 611436

Any idea on the airplane ?
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Hans Ploes
124-894-02
Fri Jan 11 00:05:52 2002


Hello

This "Geraet-Nr." belongs to the D.F. Loop of the PeilG 6. Ths was installed in most multi engined aircraft. It began to replace the PeilG V in 1942/43.

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Old 03-10-2003, 02:42 PM
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For comments on the location of the ID plate and Werknummer on a Bf 109, the reader is referred to the "Archives in the Mediterranean region" forum, "Museums with Luftwaffe aircraft" topic.

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Richard
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Horst Kube
Fw 190 prop.blade ser. nos.ident
Tue Nov 30, 2004 05:45
217.246.214.1


Hallo friends, can you please help me with the ident of thé following Fw 190 serial nos on a 190 blade, standing on it:

912153 13, 23286, 11852.

Does anyone know the name of the factory which produced this prop blade and/or where I can read/find further infos to idetify this blade?

Thank you very much in advance for your help!
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Old 12-18-2004, 10:41 PM
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Lynn, with a little info
It's a VDM 9-12153 blade...
Tue Nov 30, 2004 17:03
216.49.69.242


The 9- isndicates an airframe component code, as I recall, and VDM is the manufacturer (Vereinigte Deutsche Metallwerke). This was the standard 190 prop blade until the wider paddle blade introduced with the A-9. No idea if they subcontracted prop blade development, and I don't know what the rest of the numbers indicate... so I'm afraid that's not too much help at all. :-/

Lynn
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Old 12-18-2004, 10:42 PM
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Horst Kube
Thank you Lynn,
Wed Dec 1, 2004 08:03
217.246.210.190


VDM and the hint to A-9 was a good help!
Best regards, Horst
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