Landing Gear Levers
In this section you will
see sources for purchasing plug and play landing gear
levers for the Boeing 737NG. Just click on the photos
below for a link to the supplier of these components.
While there may be more available, these are all that I
could find. However, if you prefer to use an actual
landing gear lever from a Boeing aircraft please see
photos below of my landing gear lever out of a Boeing
My Landing Gear Lever
Here is my lever which is
out of an actual Boeing 727. As this gear handle is over
30 years old it needed a lot of work. Click on the gear
handle photo below for a direct link to the supplier of
this actual aircraft part.
I would recommend you
take pictures of your assembly before and while you are
taking it apart. They will assist you greatly when
putting it back together. Here are the components taken
apart and ready to be cleaned.
Here I have the
components cleaned and repainted. I chose to paint them
black, whereas I have seen others use Boeing gray or
Here it is reassembled
and ready for the next step; applying the necessary
electrical components to make it fully functional. I
removed the solenoid that interfaces with the lock
override on the gear handle as I have no plans to make
the lock override functional. I have retained the relays
that came in the assembly to possibly use them later. I will
include information in the future when I finish the
I have also included a link to
Project 777. Hans G. Schuetz has included information on
the Boeing landing gear lever as well as valuable photos
that were very beneficial to me in helping to reassemble
my landing gear lever.
Plug and Play Landing Gear Levers
For those interested in plug and
play components clink on the pictures below for a direct
link to the suppliers of these components.
Project Magenta has plans to
introduce a number of hardware components for the Boeing
737; including a 737 landing gear lever. Click on the
logo below for a direct link to their site.