Rudder Pedals or Rudder and Brake Pedals

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Rudder Pedals or Rudder and Brake Pedals

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Originally Posted on Fri Aug 26, 2005 2:41 pm

There were two fundamental ways a plane could be outfitted, rudder and brake pedals on the pilot's side always but with only rudder pedals on the copilot's side or with rudder and brake pedals on the copilot's side as well. Rudder pedals could be sheet metal or cast and later sheet metal types had "spurs" to assist in keeping the shoes from slipping off.

Figures from the manuals, enhanced with color to illustrate the features, present all the variations.

Neal
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Variations of the Rudder and Brake pedals.
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