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 Post subject: SOLD: Cessna Citation 550,
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10,001 hours TT, Fresh Phase 1-5, 10K inspection done, all inspections are fresh and current including RVSM check, Freon Air, no aft baggage, Cleveland Wheels/Brakes.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Cessna Citation 550, $575,000
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no aft baggage

What does this mean? The rear baggage compartment is entirely missing?

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$39K for paint.

Which shop will do it for that price?

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... or you will need to convert it to a 551 (placards/paperwork)

Is that possible currently? I've been told that Textron no longer supports these changes and their involvement is required in some way. Here's the SB for the conversion, last revised in 1989, 33 years ago:

SB550-11-03-R05:

https://support.cessna.com/custsupt/con ... s_id=11748

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Cessna Citation 550, $575,000
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no aft baggage

What does this mean? The rear baggage compartment is entirely missing?

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$39K for paint.

Which shop will do it for that price?

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... or you will need to convert it to a 551 (placards/paperwork)

Is that possible currently? I've been told that Textron no longer supports these changes and their involvement is required in some way. Here's the SB for the conversion, last revised in 1989, 33 years ago:

SB550-11-03-R05:

https://support.cessna.com/custsupt/con ... s_id=11748

Mike C.


So all you really need, other than access to a 551 to copy the correct placards, is a fuse kit, a name plate and an appropriately executed 337?

Other than the name plate (which I suppose can be created in this day and age) why is this difficult? Not like Cessna has required a part that is unobtainable.

Cheap - probably not.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Cessna Citation 550, $575,000
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So all you really need, other than access to a 551 to copy the correct placards, is a fuse kit, a name plate and an appropriately executed 337?


Service Bulletins are not recorded on a 337, they are a Minor Alteration and only get a logbook entry.

And this particular SB has a stipulation that it can only be performed by a Cessna owned service center.


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So all you really need, other than access to a 551 to copy the correct placards, is a fuse kit, a name plate and an appropriately executed 337?


Service Bulletins are not recorded on a 337, they are a Minor Alteration and only get a logbook entry.

And this particular SB has a stipulation that it can only be performed by a Cessna owned service center.


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So all you really need, other than access to a 551 to copy the correct placards, is a fuse kit, a name plate and an appropriately executed 337?


Service Bulletins are not recorded on a 337, they are a Minor Alteration and only get a logbook entry.

And this particular SB has a stipulation that it can only be performed by a Cessna owned service center.



Terry

good catch re Cessna owned service center, I missed that language. Odd restriction but certainly on the document. I listed 337 only b/c the document itself, on P9 of 13, numbered as P 4 of the May 1 87 revision, says explicitly that filing a 337 is required to describe the model conversion. Odd but there.

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Service Bulletins are not recorded on a 337, they are a Minor Alteration and only get a logbook entry.

And this particular SB has a stipulation that it can only be performed by a Cessna owned service center.



Terry

good catch re Cessna owned service center, I missed that language. Odd restriction but certainly on the document. I listed 337 only b/c the document itself, on P9 of 13, numbered as P 4 of the May 1 87 revision, says explicitly that filing a 337 is required to describe the model conversion. Odd but there.

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Missed that! I know the language in Part 43 Appendix A changed at one point, I wonder if this was written before that?

EDIT: The 43 App A language in respect to major alterations is the same as far back as 1977, the exception is "when not listed in the aircraft specifications issued by the FAA", so I don't know why the SB mentions a 337. In my 45 year aviation career we were regularly reminded by our FAA inspectors that a TC holder SB did not require a 337 so there has always been a lot of confusion around it.

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