Forward landing gears
The Breguet 69x series were equipped with retractable gears. All along the life of the Breguets, their main problem has been the fragility of these gears, that tended to break when pilots were landing brutally (RTB'ing damaged for example).
After the first tests of Breguet 691, the Breguet 693 received more strong gears. But the problem persisted with the Breguet 695 too.
So as you can see on this picture, an engine (treuil) was pulling the cable to bend the gear.
Here is a factory plan:
A pic taken from the prototype's landing gear.
This pic of a crashed Breguet 691 gives us a better exterior view.
Distance between the two landing gears: 4.126 m
Size of the wheel: 800x280 mm
Course (path? This means the movement of amortissors): 0.320 mm
Tail landing gear
Size of the wheel: 420x180 mm
Course (path? This means the movement of amortissors): 0.082 m