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33 2A4 NOTE 6: Model

33 2A4 NOTE 6: Model 680FL S/N 1471 and up are manufactured as 8500 lb. gross weight aircraft. Serial Numbers 1261 through 1470 are manufactured as 8000 lb. gross weight aircraft and become 8500 lb. aircraft when modified per Aero Commander Dwg. 6100028. Serial Number 1441through 1470 were modified per Rockwell Dwg. 6100028 at the factory. NOTE 7: The Model 680 is eligible as a Model 680E when modified in accordance with Aero Commander Report G10-163. NOTE 8: All Model 680T aircraft are to be modified or manufactured per Aero Commander Report G10-227 and are to be 8950 lb. gross weight aircraft. NOTE 9: The Model 680T is eligible as a Model 680V when modified in accordance with Aero Commander Dwg. 6100034. NOTE 10: Icing Approval: a. The Models 680T, 680V, 680W, and 681 may be flown through known icing conditions when equipped in accordance with Aero Caommander Service Letter No. 196. b. The Model 690 may be flown through known icing conditions when equipped in accordance with Aero Commander Service Letter No. 241A or Drawing 890338. Flight Manual Supplement 4 dated 6/10/71 is required. c. Models 690A and 690B are fully equipped and approved for flight into known icing. See Flight Manual (Pilots Operating Handbook) for list of required operable equipment. Safe Flight P/N C-01426 and C-01427 required to provide stall warning. d. Model 690C Serial Numbers 11600 thru 11619 approved for flight into known icing after compliance with Rockwell Service Letter No. 329. Serial Numbers 11620 and Subs are fully equipped for flight into known icing. See Pilots Operating Handbook for list of required operable equipment. e. Model 695, 695A, 695B and690D are fully equipped for flight into known icing. See Pilots Operating Handbook for list of required operable equipment. NOTE 11: The Models 680T and 680V may have the AiResearch engines TPE-331-43A installed as a product improvement item and in accordance with Aero Commander Service Letter No. 208. NOTE 12: The Models 680T, 680V, 680W, and 681 may have auxiliary fuel tanks installed in accordance with Aero Commander Drawing 890326. These provide 25.5 usable gals. each side. (51 gal. total) Unusable added is negligible. NOTE 13: The Model 685 may be approved for flight into known icing coorditions when equipped in accordance with Aero Commander Service Letter No. 241 or Drawing No. 890338. Flight Manual Supplement 5 dated April 15, 1972, is required. NOTE 14: With GTS10-520-K engine installed, 2 Alcor turbine inlet temperature indicators must be installed per Rockwell Service Letter 300. Flight Manual Revision No. 5. NOTE 15: In some cases, the serial number contains the basic number plus a dash followed by a second set of numbers. This second number is a model unit number and the basic serial number applies with or without the second number. Example as follows: 680FL-1779-148 can be referred to as S/N 1779-148 or by S/N 1779. NOTE 16: If blades LT10673 or LT10673B are installed per STC SA546GL, propeller blade angles at the 42 inch station are: Reverse 14.0° ± .5°, Start Locks -8.7° ± .5°; Low 6.0° ± .5°, and Feather 77.9° ± .5°. NOTE 17: Airframe electrical modifications per 800 788 required when installing Dowty Rotol boots 660709275 or B. F. Goodrich boots 4E2498-10 in place of previously installed B. F. Goodrich de-ice Kit 65-330-1. NOTE 18: Maximum Baggage Weight increased to 750 pounds for Model 695A Serial Numbers 96063, 96069, 96075, 96078, and 96085. NOTE 19: TPE 331-10-501K effective on Models 695 S/N 95000 through 95084, 695A S/N 96001through 96071 except those complying with Service Information Letter 189. TPE 331-1Q-511K effective on Models 695 S/N 95087 and Subs. 695A S/N 96000, 96072 and Subs. plus those complying with Service Information Letter 189. It is acceptable to have one each -501K and -511K engine installed.

2A4 34 NOTE 20: Model 695A Serial Numbers 96062, 96063, 96069, 96075, and 96078, and 96085 are eligible as a Model 695B when modified in accordance with Gulfstream Aerospace Drawing 100062 Rework EO No. 3 except that the maximum value of zero fuel weights is limited to 9500 pounds. NOTE 21: Model 690D airplanes, Serial Numbers 15000 through 15042, are eligible for conversion to Model 695A when modified in accordance with Gulfstream Drawing 100068. NOTE 22: Delegation Option Authorization No. SW-2 expired July 17, 1986. NOTE 23: Model 690D maximum operating altitude may be increased to 35,000 feet through the installation of Twin Commander Aircraft Corporation Custom Kit No. 149. ...END...

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    Computer Testing Supplement for Ins

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    Table of Contents Preface .........

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    • A7S0, Piper PA-34-200 • A11EA

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    Section I: Title 14 of the Code of

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    § 1.1 General definitions. PART 1

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    Category B, with respect to transpo

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    (1) An ETOPS group 1 Significant Sy

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    Glider means a heavier-than-air air

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    Long-range communication system (LR

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    Overseas air transportation means t

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    Rated maximum continuous augmented

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    (2) With respect to turbine engines

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    ETOPS means extended operations. EW

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    SSALS means simplified short approa

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    (2) May is used in a permissive sen

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    § 23.1 Applicability. PART 23—AI

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    (i) The highest weight selected by

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    [Doc. No. 4080, 29 FR 17955, Dec. 1

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    significantly reduce the capability

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    (1) The instrument that most effect

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    [Amdt. 23-1, 30 FR 8261, June 29, 1

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    (2) Each exposed sight gauge used a

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    [Doc. No. 4080, 29 FR 17955, Dec. 1

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    (c) Main power cables (including ge

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    (c) Rear position light installatio

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    system is observed from a distance,

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    (c) For those airplanes required to

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    (d) As used in this section: (1) BT

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    §23.1457 Cockpit voice recorders.

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    23.1511 Flap extended speed. (a) Th

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    23.1541 General. (a) The airplane m

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    (1) Each fuel tank selector control

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    (2) Stating that recovery must be i

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    (3) Acrobatic category airplanes. A

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    (4) The effect on landing distances

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    ecommended at these periods. Howeve

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    Subpart A—General §27.1 Applicab

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    (3) The portion of the total weight

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    warn the pilot of the occurrence of

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    (c) Except as provided in paragraph

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    (2) Compliance with paragraph (a)(1

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    §27.1365 Electric cables. (a) Each

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    §27.1391 Minimum intensities in th

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    where: Ie=effective intensity (cand

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    (2) By installing a continually ene

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    §27.1505 Never-exceed speed. (a) T

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    (i) The maximum value determined by

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    (b) Each arc and line must be wide

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    (2) Oil filler openings must be mar

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    (ii) The maximum safe wind for oper

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    PART 39—AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVES

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    PART 43—MAINTENANCE, PREVENTIVE M

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    § 43.5 Approval for return to serv

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    is permanently removed from use on

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    (b) Rotorcraft. Each person perform

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    Appendix A to Part 43—Major Alter

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    (2) Powerplant major repairs. Repai

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    (31) Removing and replacing self-co

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    (3) Internal engine—for cylinder

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    (vi) Barometric scale error. At con

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    Appendix F to Part 43—ATC Transpo

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    § 45.1 Applicability. This part pr

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    § 45.14 Identification of critical

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    § 45.25 Location of marks on fixed

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    § 91.1 Applicability. PART 91—GE

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    hospital, or doctor, or other perso

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    §§ 91.27-91.99 [Reserved] § 91.2

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    (i) Airplanes with a third attitude

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    (11) On and after January 1, 2004,

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    (iv) Required to be operational by

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    (5) Accept necessary barometric pre

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    § 91.407 Operation after maintenan

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    (g) Inspection program approved und

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    (iii) The time since last overhaul

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    Section II: Airworthiness Directive

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    MESSERSCHMITT-BOLKOW-BLOHM-GMBH AND

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    AGUSTA, COSTRUZIONI AERONAUTICHE GI

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    BEECH =============================

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    d. Coat entire portion of bolt that

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    AIR TRACTOR, INC. =================

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    BENDIX ============================

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    ENSTROM ===========================

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    BEECH =============================

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    BEECH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION ========

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    PRATT & WITHEY AIRCRAFT OF CANADA,

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    (j) Install a CT stator assembly, a

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    Section III: Exhibits • Exhibit 1

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    Rivet identifi cation and part numb

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    Aircraft rivet identification. EXHI

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    Aircraft rivet identification. (con

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    Thickness “t” in inches No. of

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    Thickness “t” in inches No. of

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    Thickness “t” in inches No. of

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    Recommended radii for 90° bends in

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    Minimum Bend Radius for Aluminum Al

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    3-19 RADIUS THICKNESS 1/32 .031 1/1

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    EXHIBIT 10 K-chart for determining

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    . . DATUM D C.G. L . . NOSE WHEEL T

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    COMPUTED WEIGHING POINT (C MAIN WHE

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    NOSE SCALE 464 LBS. TARE 10 LBS. We

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    FULL OIL EXHIBIT 14 Example of chec

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    FULL OIL EXHIBIT 15 Example of chec

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    1. GENERAL. The minimum airworthine

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    Utility Category Aircraft (FAR 23)

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    EXHIBIT 17 Turnbuckle safetying gui

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    Straight-shank terminal dimensions

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    BEND RADIUS INCHES 3 — 2 — 1

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    MINIMUM BEND RADIUS (INCHES) 16 15

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    211. GENERAL. This chapter contains

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    differential of 5.53 in. Hg, i.e.,

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    DC wire and circuit protector chart

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    Where: T1 T2 TR I2 Imax TABLE 11-9.

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    11-67. METHODS FOR DETERMINING CURR

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    (1) The wire run is 15.5 feet long,

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    STEP 1: Refer to the “single wire

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    FIGURE 11-3. Conductor chart, inter

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    FIGURE 11-4b. Single copper wire in

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    FIGURE 11-6. Altitude derating curv

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    Minimum Equipment List Page MINIMUM

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    EXHIBIT 24 Bend Allowance = 2π (R

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    EXHIBIT 25 c = 2π a 2 + b 2 2 Circ

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    Section IV: Type Certificate Data S

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    TCDS BACKGROUND INFORMATION Type Ce

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    Coded Entries Many aircraft and eng

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    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERA

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    I. Model 208, Caravan (cont’d) 3

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    II. - Model 208B, Caravan (cont’d

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    Data Pertinent to All Models (cont

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    Data Pertinent to All Models (cont

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 2 IV. MODEL TYPE (se

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 4 I. MODELS (Cont.))

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 6 I. MODELS (cont.)

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 8 II. MODELS PT6A-45

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 10 III. MODELS (cont

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 12 PT6A-28 PT6A-29 P

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 14 NOTE 1.(continued

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 16 Maximum Continuou

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 20 NOTE 7. The maxim

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    TCDS E4EA PAGE 22 NOTE 13. (Cont'd)

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    P9NE 2 NOTE 2. Blade Model Designat

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    P60GL Page 2 of 3 Certification Bas

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    Page No. 1 2 3 Rev. No. 29 29 29 Re

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    E-252 Page 3 The Model 0-200-C is s

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    2A13 Page 2 of 43 Center of Gravity

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    2A13 Page 4 of 43 Propeller Spinner

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    2A13 Page 6 of 43 Propeller Spinner

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    2A13 Page 8 of 43 VI - Model PA-28-

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    2A13 Page 10 of 43 Center of Gravit

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    2A13 Page 12 of 43 Empty Weight C.

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    2A13 Page 14 of 43 X - Model PA-28R

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    2A13 Page 16 of 43 Control Surface

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    2A13 Page 18 of 43 Engine Limits Fo

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    2A13 Page 20 of 43 Manufacturer's S

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    2A13 Page 22 of 43 Center of Gravit

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    2A13 Page 24 of 43 XVI - B. Model P

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    2A13 Page 26 of 43 No. of Seats Nor

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    2A13 Page 34 of 43 Manufacturer's S

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    2A13 Page 36 of 43 PA-28-236: CAR 3

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    2A13 Page 38 of 43 (Continued) MODE

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    2A13 Page 40 of 43 NOTE 3 The Model

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    2A13 Page 42 of 43 NOTE 20 PA-28-18

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    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERA

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    II - Model 150D, Model 150E, Model

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    IV - Model A150K, Aerobat, 2 PCLM (

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    V - Model 150L (cont’d) Page 7 of

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    VII - Model 150M (cont’d) Page 9

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    X - Model A152 (cont’d) Page 13 o

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    Data Pertinent to All Models (cont

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    Data Pertinent to All Models (cont

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    E-295 Page 2 of 8 Model Lycoming O-

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    E-295 Page 4 of 8 Certification bas

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    E-295 Page 6 of 8 NOTE 5. These mod

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    A7CE Page 2 of 24 Propeller and or

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    3A13 Page 2 of 37 Rev. 66 I - Model

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    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERA

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    Maximum Weight S/N 34-7250215 throu

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    5 of 16 A7SO Maximum Weight 4570 lb

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    Maximum Weight 4773 lb. - Ramp 4750

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    Oil Capacity 8 qts. per engine (5 q

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    13 of 16 A7SO Equipment The basic r

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    15 of 16 A7SO The Model PA-34-200T;

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    Page No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Rev. No. 1

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    Page 3 A11EA 3. McCauley Model 1A10

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    Oil capacity 6 qt. at (+39) (2 qt.

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    UTILITY CATEGORY AA-1 AA-1A Maximum

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    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERA

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    Page 3 of 15 1A6 Maximum Baggage50

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    Page 5 of 15 1A6 Fuel Capacity 36 g

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    Page 7 of 15 1A6 Fuel Capacity 36 g

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    Page 9 of 15 1A6 Required Equipment

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    Page 11 of 15 1A6 105. Vacuum pump

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    Page 13 of 15 1A6 (w) FAA-DOA appro

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    Page 15 of 15 1A6 (3) On left side

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    E-273 Page 2 Model O-470-A O-470-E

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    E-273 Page 4 NOTE 3. The following

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    3A12 30 Rev. 77 XII - Model 172S (c

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    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERA

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    5 A16CE Data Pertinent to All Model

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    7 A16CE (6) On cargo door: "Baggage

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    9 A16CE (7) Near the manifold press

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    Page 4 of 43 3A21 III - Model 210B,

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    V - Model 210D (cont’d) Empty wt.

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    Page 8 of 43 3A21 VII - Model T210F

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    Page 10 of 43 3A21 IX - Model T210G

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    XI - Model T210J (cont’d) Page 12

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    Page 14 of 43 3A21 XIII Model 210K/

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    Page 16 of 43 3A21 XIV - Model 210M

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    Page 20 of 43 3A21 Model 210N (cont

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    XVII - Model P210R (cont’d) Fuel

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