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Unsecured Jet Engine Falls From A Truck In Arncliffe (5 pics)

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A multi-million dollar RAAF jet engine fell from a truck on a major road in Sydney recently and the engine is estimated to be worth $40-50 million dollars. The truck carrying the engine stopped, and that's when the cheap $20 strap holding it in place snapped and caused it to fall.

1 Unsecured Jet Engine Falls From A Truck In Arncliffe (5 pics)


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№1 Author: rostit (9 Sep 2016 17:02) Total user comments: 465


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Ouch. CF6-80e1 is a high bypass turbo fan. Runs around $16mil USD. Likely its ok after that fall due to the carrier, but now its not flight safe without being overhauled and checked. Shame.
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№2 Author: Lu (9 Sep 2016 21:19) Total user comments: 15115


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'Tie me jet engine down, sport'. .
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№3 Author: Nick1090 (10 Sep 2016 09:00) Total user comments: 1257


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Quote: Lu
'Tie me jet engine down, sport'. .

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№4 Author: Jockey straddler (11 Sep 2016 15:17) Total user comments: 705


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Quote: rostit
Ouch. CF6-80e1 is a high bypass turbo fan. Runs around $16mil USD. Likely its ok after that fall due to the carrier, but now its not flight safe without being overhauled and checked. Shame.


How did you know it is a CF6-80e1 engine? Could be any GE turbo fan..
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№5 Author: kryptor (12 Sep 2016 03:04) Total user comments: 4840


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CF6-80E1 is clearly visible on the engine mount in the first photo.
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