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Hi Pete,
No they didn’t. I think this is normal but for the 737 i’m not sure. The rudder is more for assistence in (heading change) roll. There function is Turn Entry and Exit coordination. For the planes I’m still a little familiar with, there is no direct feedback. In cruise, the rudder is usually used for yaw damping. These are often small and short movements of the rudder in that case you want to feel back in your rudder pedals. There are aircraft (??) that do get feedback during the landing phase and at a certain altitude etc. so the pilot knows what the position of the rudder is. This is called parallel mode for the ‘decrab’ during crosswind landing.
Parallel functions (CWS, Rudder) deflect the controls. Serial functions (LSAS, Yaw Damper) do not.


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