Retired DC-10 POH, SRM, NDT, Maintenance Fam manual, IPC, MD11 EAMM schemics, Retired Airbus A310 AMM, Retired Lockheed L1011 AMM, twin DC10 concept

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DC-10-10 was a 1970s heavy jet, originally a medium-ranged jet, whose payload and range was approximately the same with Illyushin IL-76, but could carry 2-times more passengers than IL-76, and its machanical gauges are becoming out of date.
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DC-10 Airplane Characteristics[112]
Variant-10-30
Cockpit crewThree
Std. seating270 (222Y 8-abreast @ 34" + 48J 6-abreast @ 38")
Max. seating399Y (10-abreast @ 29–34" pitch) layout, FAA exit limit: 380[113]
Cargo26 LD3 layout, main deck: 22 88×125″ or 30 88x108″ pallets
Length182 ft 3.1 in / 55.55 m181 ft 7.2 in / 55.35 m
Height57 ft 6 in / 17.53 m57 ft 7 in / 17.55 m
Wingspan155 ft 4 in / 47.35 m165 ft 4 in / 50.39 m
Wing area[114]3,550 sq ft (330 m2​)3,647 sq ft (338.8 m2​)
Width19 ft 9 in (6.02 m) fuselage, 224 in (569 cm) interior
OEW (pax)240,171 lb / 108,940 kg266,191 lb / 120,742 kg
MTOW430,000 lb / 195,045 kg555,000 lb / 251,744 kg
Max. payload94,829 lb / 43,014 kg101,809 lb / 46,180 kg
Fuel capacity21,762 US gal / 82,376 L36,652 US gal / 137,509 L
Engines ×3GE CF6-6DGE CF6-50C
Thrust ×3[114]40,000 lbf / 177.92 kN51,000 lbf / 226.85 kN
CruiseMach 0.82 (473 kn; 876 km/h) typical, Mach 0.88 (507 kn; 940 km/h) MMo[113]
Range[a]3,500 nmi (6,500 km)5,200 nmi (9,600 km)
For engine manuals DC-10 could use, refer to:
GE 1960s CF6 engine early viarant maintenance manual+IPC+ student maintenance training manuals sorted out from public websites:

The thread will include: DC-10 POH(Flight Manual)(KC10), SRM(Stuructural Repair Manual), NDT(Non-Destructive Testing Manual) manuals, Maintenance Familarization manual, IPC(Illustrated Parts Catalogue), and MD-11 General schemics manuals, plus similar tonnage 767 system maintenance training manuals on public websites, and twin DC10 concept, +RETIRED A310 AMM, +Retired Lockheed L1011 AMM.

Thanks to Ron Downey and many other public and shopping websites, there's a set of DC10-changed KC10 jets POH available publicly, which would soon out of service in 2024, being replaced by KC46, because of the huge fuel consumption as well as the aging structures of the aircrafts.
I'm very sorry that there's almost no public DC10 maintenance manuals on public websites including shopping websites, but B767 was a series of aircraft with similar tonnage, weight and payload capacity with DC10, which indicates that the plane systems of 767 had a theoretically potential capability to be transplanted into DC10 after professional calculation and test, although they're totally very different systems and aircrafts with similar parameters and functions.
There are complete sets of Maintenance training manuals of Boeing 767 sorted out from public websites, for proprietary reasons we could not privide original maintenance manuals of 767 for recent years before it's totally out-of-date, but I found Many sets of Maintenance training manuals of 767 publicly in detail, so I'll sort out them for reference only, in the latter posts of this thread for reference.

A310 shares almost the same engine(with little differences) with DC-10, and have a similar tonnage with DC-10-10.

Adding: Thanks to S Scoutdominator50 for RETIRED A310 AMM manuals, and I found that A310 used a completely different Flight control system and many other system with fairly-old mechanically-controlled techs, totally different from A320's digital electronic flight control, and it is said on wikipedia that modern Airbus aircrafts almost all used digital computer-controlled tech from A320, adding that A310 had been out of production 20 years ago and its passenger version have been out of commercial service, the manuals you provided was a passenger variant, so sharing this out-of-date tech early 1970s Airbus mechanical-controlled tech did no harm to modern Airbus with digital electronic-controlled tech, also the manuals A310 were no special labels there.

Thanks to MikeJohnson96, there's Lockheed L-1011 AMM(Aircraft Maintenance Manual). The landing gear system capability is much more similar to DC-10.

Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.

In the first post of this thread, I'll post KC10 flight manuals on public websites, DC10 Airport Planning Manual, as well as FAA Certificate of DC10, plus MMEL of DC10 in the following 8 attachments:
 

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There's DC-10 Structural Repair Manuals in 3 vols of pdf attachments, available for non-profit historical reference only:
Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
 

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There's DC-10 NDT(Non-Destructive Test) Manual in the 1st pdf attachment, available for non-profit historical reference only.
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There's MD-11 General LAMM Schematics Manual in the 2nd pdf attachment, available for non-profit historical reference only.
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There's DC-10 Maintenance Tech Fam Manual in the 3rd pdf attachment, available for non-profit historical reference only.
Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
 

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I'm very sorry that there's almost no public DC10 maintenance manuals on public websites including shopping websites, but B767 was a series of aircraft with similar tonnage, weight and payload capacity with DC10, which indicates that the plane systems of 767 had a theoretically potential capability to be transplanted into DC10 after professional calculation and test, although they're totally very different systems and aircrafts with similar parameters and functions.
There are complete sets of Maintenance training manuals of Boeing 767 sorted out from public websites, for proprietary reasons we could not privide original maintenance manuals of 767 for recent years before it's totally out-of-date, but I found Many sets of Maintenance training manuals of 767 publicly in detail, so I'll sort out them for reference only, in the latter posts of this thread for reference.
AMM System equipment tech historical ref British Airways Concorde Supersonic jet historical manuals - AFM, AMM, WDM, SRM, IPC
Retired Douglas DC-9-30 Passenger Jet POH(FCOM), AMM, WDM, IPC, and Retired MD-90 SRM and NDT
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B767 very detailed Maintenance Training Manual(NOT official AMM, or Aircraft Maintenance Manual!!!!!) on public websites Part 1 of 2 in 15 pdf attachments, following ATA-100 Standard:
Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
 

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B767 very detailed Maintenance Training Manual(NOT official AMM, or Aircraft Maintenance Manual!!!!!) on public websites Part 2 of 2, following ATA-100 Standard:
Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
 

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For specs of Boeing 767, refer to B767 Flight Deck Manual, Pocket Ref Manual, Airport Planning Manual, as well as Type Certificate.
 

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Concept Improvement Design Program: DC-10 Twin Series:
1. Basic DC-10 Twin Series:
DC-10-10 was powered by 3* 177kN CF6 Small Thrust Version.
If DC-10-10 uses 2 CF6-80C2 engine used on Boeing 767, with the thrust of greater than 235kN, it would remain similar performance with DC-10-10, but much more fuel efficient, and its cabin width and space is 11% wider than Airbus A300, but with almost the same engine, which had a great potential to compete with A300 in medium-range market.
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Operating Approximately Empty Weight: about 230,000lb
Operating Maximum Takeoff Weight: about 420,000lb
Range with 399 passengers: >5500km at a takeoff weight of 445,550lb, >4600km at a takeoff weight of 420,000lb. (> original DC-10-10 range performance)
Cruise Performance: Very Similar with DC-10-10 when engines are operated at the same thrust, but detailed windtummel test should be done.
To improve takeoff performance, if the engines are not strong enough, we could consider using water injection:
DC-10-10 Twin Edition Concept General Arrangement can be seen from pdf attachment:
 

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2. Special Gravel Runway Kit for DC-10-10 Twin Concept:
B737-200 has a capability of gravel runway landing, based on the tech of engine high-pressure gas transmission system, to prevent ground objects from being eaten into the engines, and added other duct-prevention system.
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Gravel Runway Kit included:
  • Nose-gear gravel deflector to keep gravel off the underbelly.
  • Smaller deflectors on the oversized main gear to prevent damage to the flaps.
  • Protective metal shields over hydraulic tubing and brake cables on the main gear strut.
  • Protective metal shields over speed brake cables.
  • Glass fibre reinforced underside of the inboard flaps.
  • Metal edge band on elephant ear faring.
  • Abrasion resistant Teflon based paint on wing and fuselage undersurfaces.
  • Strengthened under-fuselage aerials.
  • Retractable anti-collision light.
  • Vortex dissipators fitted to the engine nacelles.
  • Screens in the wheel well to protect components against damage.
To operate on Gravel Runway, DC-10-10 Twin Could Consider Operating with 6* 78kN JT8D-17AR Engine used on B737-200, which had a capability of Landing on a gravel runway.
For Triple JT8D pack infomation, refer to:
GE 1960s CF6 engine early viarant student maintenance training manuals sorted out from public websites:
For JT8D engine manuals, refer to:
P&W JT8D/Volvo RM8 Engine Early version Maintenance Manuals with ipc, and early AL-31 engine 1980s manual and partial drawing:
Because of the engine 33% more fuel consumption, the range of this type of DC-10 TWIN would cut down 25% range.
In this way, DC-10-10 TWIN with gravel runway kit could land on gravel runways like IL76, and has a very similar payload capacity with IL76, with more than 2 times of passenger capacity.
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Operating Approximately Empty Weight: about 230,000lb
Operating Maximum Takeoff Weight: about 420,000lb
Cruise Performance: Very Similar with DC-10-10 when engines are operated at the same thrust, but detailed windtummel test should be done.
Range with 399 passengers: about 4200km at a takeoff weight of 455,550lb, about 3450km at a takeoff weight of 430,000lb.
Gravel Runway Kit patents and introduction can be seen from the first 7 pdf attachments;
DC-10-10 Twin Edition Concept General Arrangement can be seen from the 8th pdf attachment:
 

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For long range navigation equipment manual, refer to:
Long Range Navigation Equipment - Star-light, LORAN, TACAN, and ADF public available Tech Manuals on C-141:
For basic machanical gauge manuals, refer to:
Aviation Machenical Gauges Maintenance Manuals:
For radar IFF manuals used for Air Traffic Control, refer to:
Radar IFF Manuals Thread - from the first iff to modern civil iff:
For civil modular radio speech system, refer to:
F-86's RADIO set AN/ARC-3 service manual including wiring diagram 1955
For its 60kVA APU manual, it could be replaced by:
Honeywell Jet and turbine helicopter 60KVA APU&GPU with turbine engine mm & ipc - Approved for public release, distribution is unlimited:
For Early digital weather radar manual 1970s:
1970s Early Digital Weather Radar AlliedSignal RDS81 Historical Operator, Install and Maintenance Manual including wiring diagram:
For basic materials of aircrafts, refer to Basic Aircraft Materials and treatment:
NACA 1950s Airfoil Design Manuals with detailed formula and diagrams:
Fuel Tank Inert Tech Patent Manuals:
For Passenger Seat and pilot seat Manuals, refer to the 2 pdf attachments:
 

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Concept Improvement Design Program: DC-10 Twin Series:
3. DC-10-30 Gravel Fortress Concept:
Gravel runway capable DC-10 adjustment,
Payload/Range/Economy much better than C141 and IL76, even close to C-17 Globalmaster.
Long-range gravel runway usage edition, Takeoff/Landing performance better than B707, but worse than original DC10.
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Engines: 8*JT8D-17AR, 8*78kN
For Triple JT8D pack infomation, refer to:
GE 1960s CF6 engine early viarant student maintenance training manuals sorted out from public websites:
For JT8D engine manuals, refer to:
P&W JT8D/Volvo RM8 Engine Early version Maintenance Manuals with ipc, and early AL-31 engine 1980s manual and partial drawing:
Operating Approximately Empty Weight: about 269,000lb
Operating Maximum Takeoff Weight: about 555,000lb
Cruise Performance: Very Similar with DC-10-30 when engines are operated at the same thrust, but detailed windtummel test should be done.
Range with 399 passengers: about 5972km at a takeoff weight of 555,000lb, Range with 240 passengers: about 7500km at a takeoff weight of 555,000lb.
 

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Concept Improvement Design Program: DC-10 Twin Series:
3. DC-10-30 Max Concept:
Economy: Better than B777-200 due to a slightly narrow cabin, and a much more load capacity. An extremely cheap choice compared with B777 and A350, much cheaper than B777 or A350 with advanced avoinics and carbon fibre materials.
Special: For engine ground clearance, DC-10-30MAX should use a nacelle shaped like 737-max, and might need a MCAS to prevent stalling.
Engines: 2*PW4000/Trent800/GE90, 2*340-360kN
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Operating Approximately Empty Weight: about 269,000lb
Operating Maximum Takeoff Weight: about 555,000lb
Cruise Performance: Very Similar with DC-10-30 when engines are operated at the same thrust, but detailed windtummel test should be done.
Range with 399 passengers: much larger than 7963km at a takeoff weight of 555,000lb, Range with 240 passengers: much larger than 9800km at a takeoff weight of 555,000lb.
 

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I'm very sorry that there's almost no public DC10 maintenance manuals on public websites including shopping websites, but B767 was a series of aircraft with similar tonnage, weight and payload capacity with DC10, which indicates that the plane systems of 767 had a theoretically potential capability to be transplanted into DC10 after professional calculation and test, although they're totally very different systems and aircrafts with similar parameters and functions.
There are complete sets of Maintenance training manuals of Boeing 767 sorted out from public websites, for proprietary reasons we could not privide original maintenance manuals of 767 for recent years before it's totally out-of-date, but I found Many sets of Maintenance training manuals of 767 publicly in detail, so I'll sort out them for reference only, in the latter posts of this thread for reference.
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B767 very detailed Maintenance Training Manual(NOT official AMM, or Aircraft Maintenance Manual!!!!!) on public websites Part 1 of 2, following ATA-100 Standard:
Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
Please download the following 15 pdf attachments:
Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.

Adding: Thanks to S Scoutdominator50 for A310 manuals, and I found that A310 used a completely different Flight control system and many other system with fairly-old machenically-controlled techs, totally different from A320's digital electronic flight control, and it is said on wikipedia that modern Airbus aircrafts almost all used digital computer-controlled tech from A320, adding that A310 had been out of production 20 years ago and its passenger version have been out of commertial service, the manuals you provided was passenger viarant, so sharing this out-of-date tech early 1970s Airbus machanical-controlled tech did no harm to modern Airbus with digital electronic-controlled tech, also the manuals you sent me were no special labels there.
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Retired A310 Passenger version Aircraft maintenance manual+Aircraft Airport manual(AMM+APM+FCOM, APM from official website.) Part 1 of 5
 

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Disclaimer: These items are shared for reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide original manuals from long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.


Adding: Thanks to S Scoutdominator50 for A310 manuals, and I found that A310 used a completely different Flight control system and many other system with fairly-old machenically-controlled techs, totally different from A320's digital electronic flight control, and it is said on wikipedia that modern Airbus aircrafts almost all used digital computer-controlled tech from A320, adding that A310 had been out of production 20 years ago and its passenger version have been out of commertial service, the manuals you provided was passenger viarant, so sharing this out-of-date tech early 1970s Airbus machanical-controlled tech did no harm to modern Airbus with digital electronic-controlled tech, also the manuals A310 were no special labels there.
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Retired A310 Passenger version Aircraft maintenance manual+Aircraft Airport manual(AMM+APM+FCOM, APM from official website.) Part 2 of 5
 

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Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.


Adding: Thanks to S Scoutdominator50 for A310 manuals, and I found that A310 used a completely different Flight control system and many other system with fairly-old machenically-controlled techs, totally different from A320's digital electronic flight control, and it is said on wikipedia that modern Airbus aircrafts almost all used digital computer-controlled tech from A320, adding that A310 had been out of production 20 years ago and its passenger version have been out of commertial service, the manuals you provided was passenger viarant, so sharing this out-of-date tech early 1970s Airbus machanical-controlled tech did no harm to modern Airbus with digital electronic-controlled tech, also the manuals A310 were no special labels there.
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Retired A310 Passenger version Aircraft maintenance manual+Aircraft Airport manual(AMM+APM+FCOM, APM from official website.) Part 3 of 5
 

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Adding: Thanks to S Scoutdominator50 for A310 manuals, and I found that A310 used a completely different Flight control system and many other system with fairly-old machenically-controlled techs, totally different from A320's digital electronic flight control, and it is said on wikipedia that modern Airbus aircrafts almost all used digital computer-controlled tech from A320, adding that A310 had been out of production 20 years ago and its passenger version have been out of commertial service, the manuals you provided was passenger viarant, so sharing this out-of-date tech early 1970s Airbus machanical-controlled tech did no harm to modern Airbus with digital electronic-controlled tech, also the manuals you sent me were no special labels there.
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Retired A310 Passenger version Aircraft maintenance manual+Aircraft Airport manual(AMM+APM+FCOM, APM from official website.) Part 4 of 5
 

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Airbus Official website's apm, claimed 'confidential', but in fact freely opened to the public for sale of Airbus aircrafts:
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Retired A310 Passenger version Aircraft maintenance manual+Aircraft Airport manual(AMM+APM+FCOM, APM from official website.) Part 5 of 5
 

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There's DC-10 NDT(Non-Destructive Test) Manual in the 1st pdf attachment, available for non-profit historical reference only.
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There's MD-11 General LAMM Schematics Manual in the 2nd pdf attachment, available for non-profit historical reference only.
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VERY IMPORTANT UPDATE: Retired Douglas DC-10 IPC manual in 3 parts:
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Thanks to MikeJohnson96, there's Lockheed L-1011 AMM(Aircraft Maintenance Manual). The landing gear system capability is much more similar to DC-10.
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Retired L-1011 AFM vol2+type certificate pdf manuals here:
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Retired L-1011 AMM manuals here:
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or this link:

another alternate link with access code 1234


L1011 AMM here:

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L-1011 System training guides thanks to MikeJohnson96 here 6 pdf files:
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Very Nice, I had a Love/Hate relationship with Northwests DC10-40's, The later 2nd hand DC10-30's they bought were much better A/C from my point of view. You didn't need to put on rain gear before opening the hatch to get to the #2 engine maint. platform!

I have never see the proposal to power a DC10 with 6 JT8D's before, interesting.
 
My Mistake not 6 JT8D's but EIGHT! I missed the 2 mounted at the base of the vertical Stab!

I am assuming they would be -15 or dash -17 models given the time frame. I do not believe the JT8D-217's were available before the late 1970's. Around the time that they launched the DC9 super 80 series, soon to be renamed the MD-80
 

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