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Old 06-22-2010, 02:49 AM   #1
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Found a curious picture of a 767, looks kinda cool
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767-200 u mean
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I don't get it.. It's AM's Boeing 767-200ER in Skyteam colors.. What does this picture have more to do with a 777 than any other picture of this jet?
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The angle of the picture makes it look like a 777 gear. Im not literall about the 777-100
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The angle of the picture makes it look like a 777 gear. Im not literall about the 777-100
There Is No Such Thing As A 777-100. And It's Easy To Tell The Difference Of A 767-To 777.
Engine Size. Look How Small The Engine On The 767 Is In Relation To The Fuselage. Now Compare The 777.
Tail. Note The 777 Has A Screwdriver Tail (In Other Words Sharply Squared Off)
The 767 Tail Is Rounded.
Other Less Noticeable Differences Are Cockpit Size In Relation To Fuselage.
Large Doors On 777.
767-200 Has 2 Main Doors, One Forward, One Aft And A Small Overwing Exit.
The 763 Has A Medley Of Door Configurations, But Still Is Different Then A 777.
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Old 06-23-2010, 08:19 PM   #6
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there is no such thing as a 777-100. And it's easy to tell the difference of a 767-to 777.
Engine size. Look how small the engine on the 767 is in relation to the fuselage. Now compare the 777.
Tail. Note the 777 has a screwdriver tail (in other words sharply squared off)
the 767 tail is rounded.
Other less noticeable differences are cockpit size in relation to fuselage.
Large doors on 777.
767-200 has 2 main doors, one forward, one aft and a small overwing exit.
The 763 has a medley of door configurations, but still is different then a 777.
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I KNOW IT'S NOT A 777!!!!!!!!
It was only a joke to show a curious picture of a 767

if you can read I wrote: Im NOT literall about the 777-100

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Jon, this is NOT a 777-100. It's a 767-200SMLGT. Due to consistently high ground speeds due to Hot/High conditions at Mexico City, Boeing offered this little known option...much like the 4 MLGT bogie on Indian Airlines A-320's to accommodate rough/unprepared strips in India. Boeing used 6 smaller, high-speed tires on the 767-200 truck to aid in braking.

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Jon, this is NOT a 777-100. It's a 767-200SMLGT. Due to consistently high ground speeds due to Hot/High conditions at Mexico City, Boeing offered this little known option...much like the 4 MLGT bogie on Indian Airlines A-320's to accommodate rough/unprepared strips in India. Boeing used 6 smaller, high-speed tires on the 767-200 truck to aid in braking.

Now quit huffing that paint thinner.
wtf?! you need to quit smoking that cheap weed and READ I was showing a curious pic of 767 that looked like if it had a 777 gear due to the angle of the picture. I was NOT literall about the 777.

You guys really stress me out! I can't tell if your'e sarcastic or serious

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jonathan, we know what you mean and Dylan is only offering another joke about the photograph. Now, will you please edit that "wtf?" that you wrote?
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Now, will you please edit that "wtf?" that you wrote?
and why would I do that?
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if you can read I wrote: Im NOT literall about the 777-100
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Jon, there is no such thing as a 777-100. This is a pic of a 767-200 operated by Aero Mexico in the SkyTeam livery.
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I have a book on the 777, and there was something written in it about a 777-100. I'm not sure though, this was a while ago. I'll see if I can dig it up.
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I have a book on the 777, and there was something written in it about a 777-100. I'm not sure though, this was a while ago. I'll see if I can dig it up.
Trevor, I'll save you the time. Like the 757, and 767, the -200 was the initial offering. In the 777, the -100 was intended to be what is now the -200LR
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Trevor, I'll save you the time. Like the 757, and 767, the -200 was the initial offering. In the 777, the -100 was intended to be what is now the -200LR
I always thought that the -100 variant was supposed to be a replacement offered to domestics that were looking to unload their trijets... seating was supposed to be in the 250-270 range.
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I always thought that the -100 variant was supposed to be a replacement offered to domestics that were looking to unload their trijets... seating was supposed to be in the 250-270 range.
Boeing News Release: Boeing Looking Ahead to 21st Century

Anyway, the plane never existed off of paper.

Poor Jon, the first posters obviously didn't read and/or get the pic (looks like a 762 with 777 gear) then he has to put up with my obvious shenanigans, then HE doesn't get the joke. This thread is FULL of win!
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Boeing News Release: Boeing Looking Ahead to 21st Century

Anyway, the plane never existed off of paper.

Poor Jon, the first posters obviously didn't read and/or get the pic (looks like a 762 with 777 gear) then he has to put up with my obvious shenanigans, then HE doesn't get the joke. This thread is FULL of win!
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have you been practicing you aircraft id on a.net?lol
yep, and my aircraft name is: foot long

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Thanks for the article Dylan... this is the only article I could find that mentions the mini 777 I referred to.

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Trevor, I'll save you the time. Like the 757, and 767, the -200 was the initial offering. In the 777, the -100 was intended to be what is now the -200LR
Thanks, yeah that does sound familiar.
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yep, and my aircraft name is: foot long
Jon, you're always a good sport. And for that, I thank you.

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Thanks for the article Dylan... this is the only article I could find that mentions the mini 777 I referred to.

Boeing 777 Aircraft Facts, Dates and History
Guess it all depends on timeframe, eh? Tell you what though, I would have MUCH preferred to see a 777-100 "Domesti-Liner" as a replacement for the L-1011/DC-10 fleets than the 764/753.....
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