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SR-71 Blackbird Wreckage (Item # A-1012)

SR-71 Blackbird Wreckage (Item # A-1012)

    This appears to be a section of tubing that has been bent and mangled. It still has a tubing clamp, isolator, and bracket attached to it. It also includes a piece of tubing wrap and some desert residue.

    This tubing carried fluids—possibly fuel, coolant, oil, or air—throughout the engines or other parts of the aircraft. The image below of a J58 engine shows an example one such tubing/bracket assembly.

    Dimensions: 4" x 3" x 1.5"


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