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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
PostPosted: 18 Sep 2018, 07:16 
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Congratulations!
Looks nice, and it’s hard to beat the utility of a 182.


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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Congrats.

Are you now a two airplane family?

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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Are you now a two airplane family?


Kinda looks that way. I may change my mind down the road but for now I just can't bring myself to sell the RV6. I really like that airplane.

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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Are you now a two airplane family?


Kinda looks that way. I may change my mind down the road but for now I just can't bring myself to sell the RV6. I really like that airplane.

Dave

Dave,

Don't sell that -6!

I frequently wish I still had mine.
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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Very nice! Keeping it at KREI?


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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Very nice! Keeping it at KREI?


Yep. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Ill have to go fill a growler and look for it soon.

Congrats! I love the 182


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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Those fuel selector numbers got my attention; check the AD's and see if those numbers should be 75 , and 37.5,37.5.
By all means, check, but I think my 182 K was also 79 and 39/39.


I found that it only affects '73,'74, and '75 182 models in Cessna Service Letter SE 75-7

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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Those fuel selector numbers got my attention; check the AD's and see if those numbers should be 75 , and 37.5,37.5.
By all means, check, but I think my 182 K was also 79 and 39/39.


For the new to really odd AD folks here:
This Cessna fuel capacity AD has to be the single worst piece of regulatory bad writing I have ever seen - and I have practiced law for 35 years. It is simply impossible to get clearly what aircraft are covered.
:bat: for whoever at the FAA let that POS writing out the door.

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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Dave,

Very nice Skylane, congratulations. :thumbup:

I have two dogs who own the back seats and love to fly. On longer trips I take out the back seats and have a ton of room for our luggage and any dog related item I can think to bring. You will love it :).

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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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My hangar is full. The 182, the RV6A, the Glassair, and my bass boat. I think I'm done. :crazy:

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 Post subject: Re: My New (to me) Cessna 182M
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Congratulations Dave! Your 182 will do every thing a Bonanza will do, except go the same speed on less fuel. :eek: :D

Those fuel selector numbers got my attention; check the AD's and see if those numbers should be 75 , and 37.5,37.5.

On trim; be careful on a full flap go-arounds with full nose up trim; it will head for the moon if you let it, then stall.

Have fun!

Was gonna say that about the Fuel Selector Placard. I changed the one here last Annual, the 1st I did on it.

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Very nice, Dave.


The 182 is a great all-around airplane (if you don't need a bonanza....<grin>)

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Nice planes Dave!

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Your 182M is only 39 serial numbers older than mine. :cheers:


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