(5)Thanks again, Dave. Giuseppe Da: "dlevydo firstname.lastname@example.org [G104]" A: "Giuseppe Franzoni email@example.com [G104]"
(13)Hi Paul, you are right, also in my experience every part of assembly is marked at every level of the manufacturing process, but with its own number.Here the
(3)Hi P-O: No definite information, but two guesses: The part number differences are probably the result of drawing instructions at various assembly levels
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(8)Joe, I don't have the drawing dates but can provide the dates when the designation was created by the Ordnance Committee. T66 - OCM prepared 10 Aug 43, issued
(5)Indeed. Feeding the commo wire in through the engine screens is another way. Anything and everything was used, but there was no need to go into the turret at
(8)The drawing for the D50878 ( or 6550878 as it came to be known) was even updated, so I have not been able to figure out why they were continued to be worked
(5)I see this all the time with some of my customers, authors and even people I have never heard of (or can’t recall) because they will have my email address in
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