The following listing indicates the part numbers of the old type stainless steel control cables and the replacement cables of new design which may be used.
General guidelines for inspection and maintenance of control surfaces.
Failure of part number 69650 piston pins, caused by transverse grinding or heat cracks which occurred during manufacture of the piston pin.
Information on how to improve the lubrication characteristics of the Bendix S-1200 series magnetos.
Operational and maintenance procedures used to reduce or maintain lead deposits at a minimum when using higher lead content aviation fuel more than 25% of engine operating time.
Availability of required material and instructions for the installation of an approved shoulder harness at each seat location in all Pipers.
Corrosion and pitting on control cable attachment fittings could lead to loss of some flight controls.
Over time, a chafing condition resulting from the control cable sliding against the stationary pulley groove can cause the control cable to wear completely through, possibly resulting in loss of aileron control during flight.
Maintenance procedures for improving the reliability of the gascolator.
The following information covers seaplane structural finishes called for in Piper Specification No. 10.
Spar repair information for Piper aircraft with aluminum spars.
Refinishing procedure for airplanes which are finished with Butyrate dope and which are to be refinished with Butyrate dope, or "Duraclad".
Refinishing procedure for airplanes which are finished with Nitrate dope and which are to be refinished with Butyrate dope, or "Duraclad".
Safety procedure instructions which must become an integral part of the aircraft owner's operational routine and/or preflight inspection.
Refinishing procedure for airplanes with enamel type finish and airplanes finished with acrylic lacquer.
Refinishing procedure for airplanes covered with synthetic cloth.
Replacing the oil pump drive shaft and drive impeller in select Lycoming engines.
Use of alternate aviation grade fuels in engines originally certificated on 80/87, 91/96 and 100/130 grade fuels.
The attached publications may affect Bendix equipment installed in Piper airplanes.
Information regarding piston pin plug replacement during engine overhaul.