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Goodyear Flight Eagle Tire H38X12.0-19 20Ply 382K03-3

$3175.00/Each
Part# 06-01356
MFR Model# 301-489-058

Overview

Goodyear has updated the H38x12.0-19 Flight Eagle main landing gear tire for the Bombardier Global Express family of aircraft. The new part number 382K02-1 has a higher speed rating for the Global 5500/6500 and replaces P/N 382K03-3.

Future orders should be placed for 382K02-1 and existing orders for 382K03-3 will be converted per the following information:

Size / PR / Speed Part Number
Product Code Status
H38x12.0-19 20/225 382K02-1 301-489-058 New
H38x12.0-19 20/210 382K03-3 301-487-870 Discontinued

With over 100 years of brighter ideas about lighter flight, it's only natural that Goodyear lights the way with LJs and VLJs.

Goodyear Flight Eagle LT is a new tire, but it's already been chosen for the Embraer Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 aircraft. The LT stands for Light Turbine... a new generation of aircraft tires for demanding high speed take-offs and landings.

Features

  • Computer-aided design
  • Special inner-liners
  • Enhanced bead compounds and construction
  • Sidewalls with a reservoir of antioxidants

Benefits

  • Maximum number of landings
  • Enhanced air retention
  • Great serviceability and resistance to wheel damage
  • Special wear-resistant tread compounds Low cost-per-landing Excellent resistance to weather effect of sunlight and ozone
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