1-9. DIFFERENCES IN MODELS.
The major differences in the three models is the maximum load capacity of the assembly. There are minor differences in
the nose pins and release pins The appearance of cradles, hydraulic pumps, hydraulic hoses, and hydraulic rams may
differ, but the function of the parts is identical.
1-10. LOCATION AND CONTENTS OF STENCIL MARKING, DECALS, AND PLATES
There are four markings on the Ground handling wheels assembly as indicated in Figure 1-5. The WARNING label is
attached to the hand pump. The Model number label is attached to the hand pump handle. The tire inflation label and
wheel identification/WARNING label are attached to the wheel nm
1-11. EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATIONS.
All three models of the Ground Handling Wheels Assembly are configured with two wheels, a hydraulic hand pump,
hydraulically actuated eccentric axles, and a mechanism for attachment to a helicopter. Of these, only the
attachment mechanism is configured differently on the three models. The Ground Handling Wheels Assembly,
Model 204-950-200-5, is configured for attachment to helicopter OH-58D. The other two Ground Handling Wheels
Assemblies, Model 214-706-104-101 and Model 1730-EG-100, are configured for attachment to either AH-1 or UH-1