By Peter Bowers
Aerofax Minigraph #8
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Ring cowling improved airflow through and around cylinders. " 0 ~. -- Though taken in 1962, this photo of Ed Maloney's P-26A gives a good visual impression of the 1930's vintage hand-cranked starting method using the aircraft's inertia starter. ,~ For routine operations, the Army used an electrically-driven energizer with a geared drive to wind up the inertia starts on P-26's. This is P-26A, 33-51, of the 34th Pursuit Group. ~-<-~~. ~~ ~~. ~~ Two 116-pound demolition bombs are seen mounted on a US Army Type A-3 bomb rack beneath the first XP-936 on March 14, 1932.
29 The original XP-936 landing gear had a full fork on the shock strut and it was necessary to remove the axle in order to replace the wheel. Tires shown are General "Streamlines" and not Goodyear "Airwheels". The landing gear structure was not stable until both the inside cross-wires, shown, and the flying wires were installed. When the wings were off, a spreader bar, shown, was installed to maintain tension. :z':2lit~~~_~ P-26A landing gear are shown attached to a jig that was designed to assist in attachment of fairings.
RIGHT AUX. TANK 26 GALS. MAIN TANK 55 GALS. (INCL. 20 GAL. OT~ SEAT. ;:! R OIL MAIN 4 GALS. RIGGING DIAGRAM -'0 I K-2 COCK PUMP B-2 REL. VALVE C-2 STRAINER F-4 PUMP CARBURETOR RIGHT ANGLE DRIVE ~--D-2 ! 026 COPPER. UM. L. ALUM. L. ALUM. O. FUEL SYSTEM INST. 15-2707. ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM SEE: DWG. 6-3008. C. 33-51 INCL. C. 33-IOS INCL. DWG. S-3463, TWO WIRE SYSTEM F"OR: AC. C. 33-138 INCL.
Boeing P-26 Minigraph No. 8 by Peter Bowers