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Thread: Stc sa1-167

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    Who holds the STC

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    Copper River Airmotive LLC... in Alaska....holds the STC......

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim kerns View Post
    Who holds the STC
    Copper River Airmotive in Alaska

    Here is there website http://www.crairmotive.com/
    Forrest Miller

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    Forest posted the document on the first page of this thread and somehow deleted it because he didn't think it posted. It should show up now. Thanks Forest.

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    Thanks again Forrest ....
    The docoment looks in good shape for 54 years old....

    Paul

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    I also have the AFM supplement and I have the Maintenance Instructions for the installation, it is a scanned copy of the original and is in poor shape, but better than nothing. I am currently on the road right now, Union of Migrant Aviation Workers of America, and my work computer's internet nanny and balking at the attachment size, I will have to mess with it later and try to post it.

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    "Union of Migrant Aviation Workers of America"

    Rocket - after watching the series "Ice Pilots" (about Buffalo Airlines), I reckon you blokes deserve a medal for working in those conditions. I really felt for the engineers who had to do an engine change on an open tarmac. Blowing snow, -40F and he had to take his gloves off to start each nut! (Cast iron fingers?)

    Much prefer the +40C of the Aussie outback.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Curly View Post
    "Union of Migrant Aviation Workers of America"

    Rocket - after watching the series "Ice Pilots" (about Buffalo Airlines), I reckon you blokes deserve a medal for working in those conditions. I really felt for the engineers who had to do an engine change on an open tarmac. Blowing snow, -40F and he had to take his gloves off to start each nut! (Cast iron fingers?)

    Much prefer the +40C of the Aussie outback.

    Here's a little wintertime fun, St Paul Pribilof Islands.
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    I have the Crosswinds STOL STC on my 1951 PA-20/150 and it looks the same as the Susquehanna Aero. Maybe Charlie Center bought/ took it over? I was told - though I have no factual knowledge - that my STC required a Tri-Pacer engine mount, and that the mount tilts the engine to one side quite a bit for torque. I have the new Tri-Pacer mount (has some extra fittings) and I notice that the engine does appear offset to the left quite a bit, and this make a problem with spinner clearance on the left (pilot's) side. The air inlets are quite a bit off center of the spinner as well. I noticed this on a PA-22/20 I looked at before I bought this plane as well. Spinner rear bulkhead is just a hair away from the nose bowl. Can anyone shed some light on this?

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    Default Re: Stc sa1-167

    Wayne, here is a link to a high resolution photo of the engine mount drawing. http://www.shortwingpipers.org/forum...-22-amp-25-150
    The mount is the same for the PA16, all 20's and 22's including the 150 hp Pawnee. Dimensions and tube sizes are all the same with a 2 degree offset to the right and 4 degrees down. The only differences between the mounts are brackets that hold things like the muffler, brake cylinder and nose gear.

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