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10 Apr 2023 12:00 #3909 by Kent Dellenbusch
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Hi Arthur.
I will have to email you the parts and maintenance catalogs.  The files are too large to attach to our forum.  You will have them in a couple of minutes. 

Here to help.
Cheers.

 

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10 Apr 2023 11:15 #3908 by Arthur Tiller
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Oh, may bad your are offering a parts catalog. Thanks. Also it was produced in 1967. No six pack.
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10 Apr 2023 11:13 #3907 by Arthur Tiller
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Hi Kent,
    I shall take you up on the offer of a maintenance manual. Thanks   N4959L S/N 28-4330
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10 Apr 2023 09:49 #3906 by STEVE ELLS
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Hi Arthur,
My name is Steve; I am the first responder to forum posts and so am the first to welcome you to the Piper Flyer family. I would like to suggest that you make plans to fly to Waupaca, WI (KPCZ) for our annual Piper Flyer/Cessna Flyer Gathering. This year it will take place the weekend prior to the start of AirVenture. 


The weekend dates are July 21-23. 

We've established a special rate at a couple of the motels in Waupaca. There's no need to get a car (they're expensive that week) as we provide transportation to and from the airport, AND bus transportation to and from AirVenture for the first three days of the show. It's all included in the Gathering price, except for the motel costs. 

There you'll meet all manner of Piper and Cessna owner, and will surely form friends and get to hear some great flying stories. I imagine you can tell a few.

Click here for more details on The Gathering: www.simpletix.com/e/2023-gathering-at-wa...-tick-tickets-110791.

You can also use the forum for technical advise and for parts locating services. 

Explore the website. Click on the "Magazine" tab for access to a wealth of Piper information and for access to years of back issues.

Best,
Steve

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10 Apr 2023 09:46 - 10 Apr 2023 09:47 #3905 by Kent Dellenbusch
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Hi Arthur. 
Welcome.  You will find a ton of useful knowledge here. Don't be afraid to ask any questions. Let me start off by offering a parts catalog for your Cherokee 180.  What year and serial number is it?    
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08 Apr 2023 08:49 - 08 Apr 2023 08:55 #3903 by Arthur Tiller
Hello Piper People was created by Arthur Tiller
I have recently rekindled my interest in Piper aircraft. I learned to fly in high school graduating in 1969. In 1970 Uncle Sam called and I became a helicopter pilot. Wasn't really my idea, but there you have it. From 1989 until my recent retirement I was a medical helicopter pilot. No time for fixed wings. Prior to 1989 I did fly a wide range of piper aircraft. I instructed in Piper Colts, Cherokees, Seneca, and Aztecs. I even trained pilots in Tomahawks. After my retirement from full time as a check airman for a very large air ambulance I bought into a 3 way partnership in an RV-12. Very fun aircraft. But a year ago the wife informed me that we were moving to Kansas City. Seems that   a grandchild had something to do with that. I sold my share of the RV-12 and started looking for an other airplane. I was not having much luck when an extended family member offered to let me use his Cherokee 180 for a year. Who can resist a free aircraft. Now after several decades of not flying Piper aircraft, here I am again. I am looking forward to making some new friends here. 
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