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extrusion bac

extrusion bac

extrusion bac

Hello to All
Someone knows where I can find the data of extrusion BAC 1514-1687? I am working in B727, where it needs to perform a splice repair. I have seen in SRM 727 but there is no the dash that I need. There are only the dash 404 and 1017. I will apreciate any help.

RE: extrusion bac

If you have access to www.myboeingfleet.com you can go to ProFile Drawings Library and then Index of Profiles where you can get that information.

If the 727 owner/operator has access to that web site via their agreement with Boeing, you can find it there.

If you do not have access to that web site I am not sure where else you would find it.  I can't send it to you as I would be in violation of my company's agreement with Boeing.

RE: extrusion bac


I presume Boeing has  727 service engineers very familiar with the fleet who can assist You, this issue.

BAC1514-1687 profile is listed in my old Tiernay [now Castle Metals] extrusion catalog as their P/N 60-21368. They [Castle Metals] may be able to provide the profile shape.

CAUTION. Knowing the profile shape is only 1/2 the battle... it is important to know the alloy/temper. Strongly suggest You do a hardness and conductivity test of the existing part to ball-park the alloy/temper.

NOTE. I've heard that BAC profile info MIGHT be available thru MyBoeingFleet.com... asssuming you are a registered user.  

Regards, Wil Taylor

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RE: extrusion bac

Thank you for your comments and suggestions.
Yes, when I was  a registered user with Boeing, I used to get data from myboeingfleet for working.
Well, I will try with Castle Metals catalog.
Best Regards.

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