"I put a Scott 2000 on mine. Just a logbook entry. No STC needed. Check with your A&P/IA. I love it. Mine had a taylorcraft steerable but not breakaway when I got it. Nice to not have to pick up the plane to put it in the hangar.
I also have a…"
"No, but they're probably out there and hopefully, anyone reading this who has one will respond with a review. I have a Maule on my tail and it works well. It didn't break from shimmying when I lost a spring and the arm &…"
"Thanks for the reply Andy, The stock tailwheel assembly always seemed pretty minimalist and a weak link. Although it hasn't caused any problems, I always like the design of the Scott's. Do you know anyone who's put 2000 on their…"
"The TCDS (A-720) for your little girl states:
203. Tail wheels(a) 6x2.00 full swivel with special spring +4 lbs. (+195)(b) 6x2.00 steerable with special spring +5 lbs. (+195)(c) 3-3/8 solid rubber +2 lbs. (+195)
So if a Scott 2000…"
"Hi Shawn, I left a reply about your landing gear shock rubber question, but it's added as a comment to my original post. I couldn't figure out how to attach the response directly to your post. I'm an analog man in a digital world....."
"If you do a search for "Drew White" on this website, and look for his comment on Feb. 26, 2010, there's some dialog about this topic, and a link to a photo of the original drawing for the shock rubber and aluminum spacer disc.…"
I recently replaced the landing gear rubber on our 1940 LP65. The old ones were cracked and sagging and in dire need of replacement. I talked with Leroy Blum about this via the telephone, and he was very informative. I acquired the rubber stock from L.A. Rubber at a reasonable cost. On this website, I found a link to a photo of the original blueprint showing the proper dimensions (diameter, square hole size, and radius of corners) Near our airport, Arlington Municipal (AWO), I found an… Continue
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