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    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    harrison987 - 24.02.2007, 23:28

    Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify
    These parts were found at an airfield in Poland.

    Any ideas what they are for?



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Pathfinder - 25.02.2007, 00:12


    Here are the photos:
    (Notice: The photos are not in the correct order !)

    Nils





    arts I do not know about.


    - 1st Photo looks like rivets, but I have never seen coloured one before…
    - 2nd - me109 Glycol Tank
    - 3rd photo , not sure…maybe engine related?
    - 4th/5th photos – some sort of “honeycomb” rods? There were all welded together at one point.
    - 6th – EPD101? Some sort of electrics?
    - 7th – Storch tailwheel fork and what I think is an Me109 tail fork rod?
    - 8th - ???
    - 9th – Engine cap???
    -10th – Exhaust Stubs from BMW801
    - 11th –engine cap?
    - 13 ???
    - 14/15 – I think is an Me109 part, but the number is covered. A friend of mine has my manual, so I can’t look it up.

    Any help you can provide is great!!

    Mike
















    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Pathfinder - 25.02.2007, 00:35


    Hi Mike,

    Photo #6 (Tail gear) - I think is not from Bf109
    My photo show the tail gear of Bf109:


    Photo #11 - It is a screw joint from fuel pipe (ARGUS) used on some german aircrafts


    When you find more numbers on the parts, let us know ! It is easier to identify with a number.


    Nils



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    harrison987 - 25.02.2007, 00:44


    Hi!

    Thanks! I just found out it is 100% Fi-156 Storch!!! :)

    But the long bar in the photo may be Me109?? Fw190? it does not fit this piece as it is too long :(

    Thanks for finding #11 !!!!

    I am 99% sure the exhaust is BMW801...

    Mike



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Anonymous - 21.04.2007, 01:30


    Hi Mike
    Where you found this in Poland ?
    greetings
    focke190



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    focke190 - 21.04.2007, 14:39


    Hi Mike
    This part call EPD 101A is a Pneumatic Ventil from boardcannone MK108 30mm .
    Greetings
    Focke190



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Roy N - 07.07.2007, 05:00


    Mike

    picture #1 is a "small" oil tank, used on the DB 605. ME109
    it fits on the front of the engine

    picture from. http://109lair.hobbyvista.com/techref/systems/engine/as_vs_d/asd2.htm

    Roy



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Anonymous - 06.09.2007, 14:10


    The 6th "EPD101" looks like a solenoid valve. If it's what I think it is it is an electrically operated valve for controlling fuel flow (on or off). At least it looks very similar to those fitted to Handley Page Victor APUs (Blackburn/Turbomeca Palouste), but then I don't know anything about wartime aircraft or if they are even used on anything but jet aircraft.



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Anonymous - 17.03.2008, 12:57

    prts found
    hi i am a member of a museum in norway placed at sola south westwern part of the country near stavanger.we have been restoring a me 109g1 werk nr 14141 since 1988 and we still need an oil tank for it.is yours for sale or excange in other parts you can contact me on email fiaten@c2i.net

    check wit the side preserved axis aircraft

    Ernst knutson



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Pathfinder - 17.03.2008, 18:41


    Ernst,

    do you send a request to the deutsche Technik Museum Berlin ?
    Maybe they could help ! Please ask Prof. Dr. Dr. Holger Steinle.
    Sometimes they changed aircraft parts ;)

    http://www.dtmb.de/

    Regards
    Nils



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Anonymous - 20.03.2008, 12:54

    parts found
    hi Nils ,yes we have contact with dtm and there is possibilety to have a new replica oil tank made,as all the flyable ones need.but if we can get parts like this without help we can use dtm or others for other parts that we need.so if you or (harrison) = mike can put me or other from the ledership in our museum in contact with the owner of the oiltank.as the oil tank seems to be damaged its ok for us as our me is only for statick display this is a spesial macine as it has pressureiced cabin .the hull is easy to make or restore but all the parts thaths goes in there is dificult to get,but it helps as more and more dumps is digd in.may be it helps if we put in a picture of the me

    Ernst



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    peter monasso - 20.05.2008, 12:20


    Hi,
    Pic. No. 5 EPD is the abbreviation of Elektrische Pneumatische Durchladeeinrichtung (Elctro-pneumatic cocking Apparatus)* and 101A indicates that it was designed for using with MK101 Maschinekanone 101 (30mm) It has nothing to do with the fuel system. 'gog' was the Manufacturerscode for Stanz-und Ziehwerk, G.m.b.H. Inhaber W. Tauscher (1943), Oederan in Sachsen bei Chemnitz.
    * Glossary of German aeronautical codes, models, project numbers, abbreviations etc.- Defense Documentation Center-USA 1947.
    The tailwheelstrut on Pic. No. 6 I think is of a Fw 190.
    Peter



    Re: Parts Found at an airfield in Poland...need to identify

    Roy N - 14.07.2008, 15:24


    Photo #3 is part of the oil cooler from an FW 190



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