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Old 1st July 2020, 17:47
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Parts identification

Dear all,

can some one help me identify from which aircraft these parts come from ?

It could be a Ju188 or a Do217, but any clue will be appreciated

Thanks a lot and take care

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Old 1st July 2020, 19:25
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Re: Parts identification

Gilles, looks like some kind of scavange driven pump (oil) for something...Shall have a look later at some sites and manuals to try to find out something similar, but as you do know this is NOT my field.

My initial guess (first picture) was that it was related to the hub of a propeller....but it seems too small and the alluminium tub does not fit onto the picture of a propeller hub...so...we do need a manual indeed to match this, or an expert from the Forum.

There are guys here who are indeed MASTERS onto the subject.

But why the 87 number instead of a 88 number for a JU 88 part?

Am really happy for your findings! Another nice mistery! "Kiss the children for me", paraphrasing Tri Yann!

Semper Fi

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Old 1st July 2020, 21:52
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Re: Parts identification

You miss the scale Gilles...
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Old 2nd July 2020, 07:02
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Re: Parts identification

Salut les amis,,

Adriano, I agree with you, we miss information to identify but we will go on the crash site in September and we will hopefully find more parts and P/N.
What we know is that these parts come this aircraft (picture already shared on

http://forum.12oclockhigh.net/showthread.php?t=56490

So, JU188 or Do217 ?

Clin/nicolas: pictures were sent to me, I did not make them myself

We will be back in September with more data

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Old 2nd July 2020, 09:04
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hello,

I read "Werk Nr. 2507" or "2567" on the second nameplate ...


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Old 2nd July 2020, 12:58
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Re: Parts identification

aerobau lehmann made pumps and filters. 8-**** are engine parts.


8-4817?




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