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Old January 3rd 07, 02:57 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt
Chris
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Default STC for Cessna 140

Does anyone know if an stc exists for float attachments for a 1946
Cessna 140?

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Old January 3rd 07, 04:21 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt
Scott[_1_]
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Default STC for Cessna 140

Not sure if one is required. I believe a float kit may have been
offered for the 120/140 as a factory option, so it may be covered in the
original type certificates. If you are not a member of the
International Cessna 120/140 Association, I would suggest joining them.
They have somewhere around 1500 members and many very knowledgeable in
these matters. Try http://www.cessna120-140.org/

Scott
1947 Cessna 140


Chris wrote:
Does anyone know if an stc exists for float attachments for a 1946
Cessna 140?

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Old January 4th 07, 12:13 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt
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Default STC for Cessna 140


Scott wrote:
Not sure if one is required. I believe a float kit may have been
offered for the 120/140 as a factory option, so it may be covered in the
original type certificates. If you are not a member of the
International Cessna 120/140 Association, I would suggest joining them.
They have somewhere around 1500 members and many very knowledgeable in
these matters. Try http://www.cessna120-140.org/

Scott
1947 Cessna 140


Chris wrote:
Does anyone know if an stc exists for float attachments for a 1946
Cessna 140?


Go he

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Guidance_Library%5CrgMakeModel.nsf/0/F55C36F242F3204E8625724300680EAA/$FILE/A-768.pdf

Floats are listed, and a Cessna drawing number given. Now the
problem will be to find those floats.

Dan

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Old January 4th 07, 12:40 AM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt
Scott[_1_]
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Default STC for Cessna 140

Well, I certainly won't argue with THAT!

I wonder how good a 140 would be on floats (with the C-85)...it's OK on
wheels and fair on skis, but I've never tried one on water....


Scott
'47 C-140


wrote:

Scott wrote:

Not sure if one is required. I believe a float kit may have been
offered for the 120/140 as a factory option, so it may be covered in the
original type certificates. If you are not a member of the
International Cessna 120/140 Association, I would suggest joining them.
They have somewhere around 1500 members and many very knowledgeable in
these matters. Try
http://www.cessna120-140.org/

Scott
1947 Cessna 140


Chris wrote:

Does anyone know if an stc exists for float attachments for a 1946
Cessna 140?



Go he

http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Guidance_Library%5CrgMakeModel.nsf/0/F55C36F242F3204E8625724300680EAA/$FILE/A-768.pdf

Floats are listed, and a Cessna drawing number given. Now the
problem will be to find those floats.

Dan

 




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