Aero Commander Model 112 PARTS CATALOG Serial 1to 25
Aero Commander Model 112 ILLUSTRATED PARTS CATALOG
This Parts Catalog is intended as a positive means of identification of all replacement parts for the “Model´•112”. LTNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THIS CATALOG BE USED FOR MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR PURPOSES.
This Parts Catalog is broken down into eleven major sections, and each section is divided into subgroups. Each division will contain an illustration and a parts listing. These illustrations and parts listings will completely cover all replacement parts for the “Model 112”.
The following is an explanation of the parts listing. i. The “Fig. and Index Number” column indicates the illustration figure number and part index number. See example. The 9 is the figure number and will appear only at the top of each new parts listing. The -1, -2, -3, etc., are index numbers. 2. The “Part Number” column contains the identifying part number. 3. The “Code” column indicates special uses of a part. An explanation of each letter code used per page appears at the bottom of each parts listing. 4. The “Nomenclature” column indicates the part name or description. 5. The “No. Req. column represents the total quantity of parts used per aircraft per figure. 6. The indentures in the Nomenclature column indicate assemblies, components, and individual parts. See example a. No indenture indicates assemblies. If the aileron assembly ivzre ordered; it would include the six items listed under it. b. If the spar assembly were ordered, it would include the spar, doubler, and hinge. c. If you want only a hinge or doubler, order only that item. 7. The “Serial Number Affected” column gives parts usage by airplane serial number.