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CFM56-7B Engine stand .

The AM-2811/2563 Engine Handling System is designed to transport and or store the CFM International CFM56-7 engine in QEC configuration. The Engine handling system is compliant with CFMI specification 9970-957-889 (Air/Road shipping stand, CFM56-7 engine). It is capable of being shipped (with engine) in the cargo bays of the B-747 , B747F Transall CL44 Guppy, L100 Hercules, C130, DC9, B707, B720, B727, B737 and C130 aircraft. Engine pins securely into place quickly and easily. Bootstrapping capabilities have been incorporated for all engines and aircraft types specified. A document container is secured to the base for all manuals and documents. The Cradle is designed to collapse for shipping.

The transport base unit consists of a frame weldment supported by four wheel caster assemblies. Each caster assembly offers a 5" wide by 10" diameter wheel for easy mobility and a weight capacity of 5000 Lbs. each. Shock absorbing polyurethane tread wheels, position locks and face brakes are standard. All four caster assemblies are designed to pin in an elevated position for air/truck transport of the entire unit, with engine. Tow bar stows on base frame when not in use. Maximum towing speed of unit is 5 km/h (3 MPH). Built-in shock absorbing mounts cushion all transport movements. A series of Tie-down rings (14) offer secure retainment during long distant hauling of unit.


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