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Almost everything you’ve ever wanted to know about PMA parts:
What they are, and what they’re not. Where they come from.
And why they’re good for everyone who owns an airplane.
I own and fly a 1960 Cessna 310D. Yeah, it's got those big wingtip (tuna) tanks that aren't nearly as streamlined and sexy-looking as the tanks on the later 310s, but it's a good airplane.
Nothing else quite compares to nudging a throttle
that's connected to a big radial engine.
In reality I had far more flight time in turbine-powered aircraft over the 50-plus years of my flying career than I did with piston powerplants, but it was those days that I fiddled with old-fashioned whirling and chugging bangers that made me feel that I was a real pilot.
Hartzell Engine Technologies Cabin Heater FAQ & Troubleshooting PDF.
Click link below to download.
A desktop simulator may help you correct chronic problems in your flying.