|Ring No.||Ring Size (In.)||Test (Lb.)||PN||Price Ea.||Buy Ea.|
|8097||1/2 x 9-7/8||400||8097||$22.50|
|1380HD||13/16 x 8||1460||06-00828||$81.75|
An endless elastic ring composed of multiple strands of natural rubber, wound into a circular skein. Braided cover is high grade yarn. Manufactured to meet specification MIL-C-5651B, Type II. Shock cord is used in landing gear to reduce shock transmitted to fuselage while landing and taxiing and on other shock mounting applications. Color coded to insure fresh stock.CW (Cold Weather)shock rings available on Special Order basis. Prices are approx. twice that of standard shock rings. Add "-CW" to standard part number when ordering.
SOLD AS EACH.
Note: Size listed is cord diameter x ID
Arrived on time and good conditions
Received my matching (colour band) set of four 1280HDs and they are installed. Obvious to see they are an improvement by checking the tire angle to ground.
Cords rec and now installed, no problems
Here is an example: for part # 1080HD, the 10 is 10/16 of the cross section, and the 80 is 8" ID in a perfect circle.
Per the manufacturer, no it does not meet this. They have not heard of this requirement or been asked this question previously. They are not sure that it relates to aviation.
These shock chords are made of natural rubber that is chemically blended with the manufactures reciepe. These are not fuel and oil resistant as this will break down the ring if you spill any on it.
1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015 - Black
1996, 2001, 2006, 2011, 2016 - Green
1997, 2002, 2007, 2012, 2017 - Red
1998, 2003, 2008, 2013, 2018 - Blue
1999, 2004, 2009, 2014, 2019 - Yellow
Per the supplier: it is "Load at distance." However, they said in an aircraft application they will likely not reach that kinda of load.
Yes, there are priced and sold per bungie.