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Aircraft part to ID:help please......

Article about: that can be the airplane because the maker of the plate makes the pomps for all US aircraft from ww2 so.

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    Default Aircraft part to ID:help please......

    Hello dear chaps!
    The frog's calling for help again..
    A friend of mine digged up this a couple of years ago,and still ignore what it is ,and from where it comes ..But,apparently,it's from a plane...
    Can you help us,Obi-wan Kenobi?
    Model number is:P (or I...) F 471325 BCE
    Serial X 9749

    Thank you my friends!
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    Hi Frenchy, I'm guessing the data plate is off a pump or something like fuel injection because it shows dispacement ( Cubic inches ), speed it runs at ( revs ) and pressure it produces ( PSI - pounds pe square inch )......from a US aircraft for sure.
    Regards, Dan

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    I totally agree with you.
    But what plane?

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    Quote by sebfrench76 View Post
    I totally agree with you.
    But what plane?
    No way to tie it down to an actual model I'm afraid - just a nice data plate and that's about it.
    Cheers, Dan

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    its from a ww2 airplane part of hydraulic and mechanical parts. here more information of it this is the man how start the company and what they make in aircraft parts in ww2.Harry Franklin Vickers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    and im now sure from what part this tag is now its from a hydraulic pump from a aircraft here a picture from a a hydraulic pomp Click image for larger version. 

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    Vickers Inc Detroit: Hydraulic Pump...for Aircraft. For parts/repair C-2 PF92713 | eBay

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    Great detective work loldude14 .......I was close!!
    Dan

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    Hats off...
    Thank you once again,you are a bunch of detectives...

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    haha thanks en yes you was close and yw im happy that i can help you.

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    How stupid i am.....
    I didn't asked my friend where he found the plate....

    So with the name of the place,i had clues to keep on searching for the plane ...And after some days:got it!
    This is the only crash that happens there during the WW2.....
    I spent some time more on the net and then,found the extracts of the MACR..and finally the pic of the nose art..

    It could be good ,don't you think?
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