Bombardier CRJ700 Landing Gear

Bombardier CRJ700 Landing Gear

The Bombardier CRJ700 landing gear was originally developed by Coltec Industries / Menasco Aerosystems. Coltec merged with Goodrich in 1999 and Goodrich became the manufacturer of the CRJ700 landing gear. Goodrich then merged with United Technologies Corporation in 2012, making United Technologies the maker of the CRJ700 Landing gear.

The CRJ700 landing gear is a hydraulically controlled tricycle configuration landing gear. The nose landing gear is fully steerable by a steering tiller located on the left side of the CRJ700 cockpit.

The Bombardier CRJ700 landing gear is also referred to as the Canadair CRJ700 landing gear, Canadair Regional Jet 700 landing gear and the Bombardier CL-600-2C10 landing gear.

A Bombardier CRJ700 Landing Gear Photo

Above Bombardier CRJ700 Landing Gear photo by Makaristos on Wikimedia Commons.

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