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Boeing 737-200 (C-GNLK)

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mike prendergast
Nice shot Mark!
Dave Sheehy
Outstanding shot!
Mark ThomasPhoto Uploader
Thanks guys!
Michael Hoare
Hi guys I'm no expert by a long shot but is that normal to have the nose wheel door like that.I didn't think it was that way.
CHRIS ROBEY
That's part of the modification for the nose landing gear spin up kit.
Dave Sheehy
Michael- the nose gear has a gravel deflector installed. The bleed air tubes protruding from the engine inlets and the gravel deflector are part of a B737 kit for flight ops from rough runways. Not a very common sight these days and a great catch by Mark.
Diogo Ricardo
Nice classic!!
I would like to know if you have any problems with me, since I see that all the photos that I upload are stolen according to your comments. If you both bothered what I do please just do not enter my photos. I would thank you from the heart.
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